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Disco Zoo for Android

Editors' Review

by   / June 12, 2014

Disco Zoo offers a unique gaming experience, proving to be even more fun than it sounds, but its pixel art doesn't look all that great on a tablet. Even so, this game remains great fun.

Pros

Enjoyable gaming experience: With Disco Zoo you collect animals for your zoo by solving casual puzzles, which initially may seem hard, but in time become easier as you get used to their repeating patterns. Collected animals appear in your zoo, where they generate the coins that you need to buy new modes of transportation and travel to more distant regions to find penguins, elephants, and even dinosaurs. The catch is that animals in your zoo fall asleep after a time and stop generating money, so you have to keep returning to the game to wake them up.

Disco party mode: The hilarious disco mode turns your zoo into a veritable dance floor -- everyone dances, the visitors, the workers, even the animals. This mode keeps the animals awake and doubles their earnings. To initiate this mode you need anywhere from one DiscoBox currency for one minute of disco to 50 DiscoBoxes for eight hours. You start with ten DiscoBoxes and then have to pay real money to buy more.

Great soundtrack: The mellow, laid-back soundtrack matches the theme of the game perfectly, enriching the gaming experience.

Cons

Clumsy graphics on a tablet: The pixel art looks great on a smartphone and goes well with the gameplay, but on the larger screen of a tablet, it isn't as good.

Requires a bit too many taps at times: When all animals have fallen asleep, it would be more convenient to be able to wake them all with a single button, rather than to have to wake up each one.

Bottom Line

If you enjoy playing games on your smartphone, you should definitely try the hilarious Disco Zoo. It's fun, accessible, and doesn't demand too much time. The only downside to it is that you may not like how it looks on a tablet screen.

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Editors' Review

by   / June 12, 2014

Disco Zoo offers a unique gaming experience, proving to be even more fun than it sounds, but its pixel art doesn't look all that great on a tablet. Even so, this game remains great fun.

Pros

Enjoyable gaming experience: With Disco Zoo you collect animals for your zoo by solving casual puzzles, which initially may seem hard, but in time become easier as you get used to their repeating patterns. Collected animals appear in your zoo, where they generate the coins that you need to buy new modes of transportation and travel to more distant regions to find penguins, elephants, and even dinosaurs. The catch is that animals in your zoo fall asleep after a time and stop generating money, so you have to keep returning to the game to wake them up.

Disco party mode: The hilarious disco mode turns your zoo into a veritable dance floor -- everyone dances, the visitors, the workers, even the animals. This mode keeps the animals awake and doubles their earnings. To initiate this mode you need anywhere from one DiscoBox currency for one minute of disco to 50 DiscoBoxes for eight hours. You start with ten DiscoBoxes and then have to pay real money to buy more.

Great soundtrack: The mellow, laid-back soundtrack matches the theme of the game perfectly, enriching the gaming experience.

Cons

Clumsy graphics on a tablet: The pixel art looks great on a smartphone and goes well with the gameplay, but on the larger screen of a tablet, it isn't as good.

Requires a bit too many taps at times: When all animals have fallen asleep, it would be more convenient to be able to wake them all with a single button, rather than to have to wake up each one.

Bottom Line

If you enjoy playing games on your smartphone, you should definitely try the hilarious Disco Zoo. It's fun, accessible, and doesn't demand too much time. The only downside to it is that you may not like how it looks on a tablet screen.

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Full Specifications

What's new in version 1.1.1

bug fixes

General

Publisher NimbleBit
Publisher web site http://www.nimblebit.com/
Release Date May 01, 2014
Date Added May 01, 2014
Version 1.1.1

Category

Category Games
Subcategory Adventure Games

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Android
Additional Requirements Requires Android 2.3.3 and up

Download Information

File Size Not Available
File Name External File

Popularity

Total Downloads 389
Downloads Last Week 1

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License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free
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