Comments 16 Comments for this article are now closed, but please feel free to continue chatting on the forum! A management game, creating and running your own zoo, could be beautifully controlled with the gratifying immediacy of the stylus.
The sound? Still June.
We get the right to do it all over again. Melee absent from Evo 2019 line-up. Still April.
When over an enclosure, a zoo keeper will tell you which terrain types are needed, which there are too many of, and whether the animal would like some trees, rocks, shelter, or even a toy. It would be a pleasure.
And I already did the washing up. The task would be to create six enclosures of varying types, emulating the correct conditions for the particular animals, presumably before time runs out.
A small amount of imagination has gone into these, following the usual variations on the theme - limited funding, limited animals, etc, more difficult challenges unlocked as you progress. The 10 most popular stories of the day, delivered at 5pm UK time. If a chimpanzee falls from a third storey window onto concrete, it will pick itself up, dust itself off, and bound away. And then press A. Latest Image. Which is...
And July. Except, well, the game can be played on pause. Just not this time. My brain hurts. It was painfully confusing. So, I learned today that chimpanzees have a bone density seven times greater than a human. Standard management fodder, sure enough.
Meet you on the third floor. This could be anything from a nice grassy field, to a lake surrounded by jungle, to a volcanic hill.