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Zoo Keeper (DS)

Zoo Keeper (DS)
alaScore 79

50 reviews

Jul, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 50 reviews from magazines and websites. Opinions about the gameplay and action are on the whole positive. The value for money and usability also get good comments.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo DS Games the Zoo Keeper (DS) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 79/100 = Good quality.

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(Based on 50 reviews)

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Zoo Keeper

 

Zoo Keeper is a wacky puzzle game developed by Success, it was first released on the GBA in 2003, due it its success a PS2 game was made in 2004. However in 2005 the original game was ported to the Nintendo DS. Zoo Keeper is a shameless clone of Popcap...

A fantastic puzzle game, it's fun guaranteed.

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Zoo Keeper - DS review at Thunderbolt Games

 

Puzzle games can be wonderful things when they're done right. You'll either be playing one for far too long and waste days, or you'll have played one for half and hour and get distracted by something else. Of all the (well, three) puzzles games I've...

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Zoo Keeper Review

 

Many moons ago, a game by the name of Tetris was launched with the original Game Boy and a star was born, is Zoo Keeper the Tetris of the DS? ...

Zoo Keeper is a good buy if you can find it at a bargain price, but otherwise there’s just not enough game to keep you entertained for more than a short amount of time. However, if that’s all you’re looking for, Zoo Keeper definitely has its charm and...

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Zoo Keeper Review

 

Puzzle your brain alongside cute, cuddly zoo animals!

Zoo Keeper for the Nintendo DS is a grade A puzzle game, and could keep someone entertained for hours upon end. It's extremely accessible, easy for both young and old to enjoy, and has a charming appearance. The only two reservations we have are with...

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Zoo Keeper Nintendo DS Review

 

In the opening moments of play, a grid of animal heads appears on the touch-sensitive screen just begging for you to pair them up. The cursor at your pen-tip is limited to swapping pieces left to right and up to down (never diagonally), and all the...

Simple, quick, and clean puzzle action with a presentation and style that services it well

Not enough depth or strategy

If you have any prior video game history or knowledge bottled up inside of you, then Zoo Keeper will remind you of more than a few different puzzle games from your past. Depending on your internet prowess, it may also remind you of some popular, free...

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Zoo Keeper

 

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Zoo Keeper

 

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Zoo Quest

 

Zoo Quest is an action-puzzle game of the same genus as Bejeweled, Jewel Quest, or the early DS game Zoo Keeper. Players swap the positions of tokens to line up matches, which are then removed them from the game board for points. The game's theme is anima

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Zoo Keeper

 

Alone or in pairs, players are challenged to keep their zoos in order in this early Nintendo DS release. Not to be confused with the fixed-screen action game ubiquitous to early-'80s arcades, the Nintendo DS version of Zoo Keeper is a puzzle game that inv

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Zoo Keeper Review for DS

 

Zoo Keeper for DS Review - Don't let Zoo Keeper's simplicity fool you. This game, despite its basic presentation and easy-to-grasp concept, is a minor classic.

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