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Each player uses small, large, wild and exotic animals and their young to try and attract as many visitors as possible to their zoo. But be careful - the zoo must be carefully planned. Before you know it, you have too many animals and no more room for them. That brings minus points! Luckily, your zoo can expand.
A zoo of a family game in which less is sometimes more ...
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|A fantastic family game of set collection and zoo building. This attractive game appeals to children and adults of all ages. This game has become a regular.
|Great game for children and adults alike. My children especially like choosing the carts with animals. The artwork is very cute and well done.
|Hopefully the award-winning Zooloretto comes back into print. Even if the theme feels a little pasted on at times, it's a family-appealing theme (building a zoo) for a set-collection game. It's better with some of the expansions (The Polar Bear set, The Gorilla set) but still very adequate on its own. We picked it up after visiting the amazing San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park and it made our kids enjoy Zooloretto even more.
|I picked this up because as mentioned it is a great family-themed game with quality components. I was surprised that it does have quite a bit of strategy underlying it. Like Coloretto there are some tough choices to make and I enjoy games like that. And there are cute, cuddly animals so what's not to love?
|Way too light for me, but my wife and kids love it so I would recommend having if only to get family gaming in.
|Cute game of animal collection. Good for children and adults alike.
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