Australia Zoo Quest

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  • Learn about Zoo animals
  • Twenty intriguing levels
  • Three difficulty levels
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  • OS : Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU : 1.0 GHz
  • Memory : 256
  • DiretX : 6.0
  • Hard driver (MB) : 117

Review for game Australia Zoo Quest

At what age will a tiger cub become independent? Learn this answer and more when you head down under in 20 outback levels of Puzzle fun. Race against the clock as you try and stop the Zoo's animals from becoming extinct. After each level, you'll be rewarded with incredible photos and info to help you learn about that particular animal. Venture into Australia Zoo Quest to challenge your wits and skills.

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Genre : Arcade & Action

Test your hand and eye skills with quick action and challenging levels.

Date release

March 17, 2009

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3821 points

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dissappointed Australian
September 17, 2012

This game is an insult to the intelligence of all australians. Firstly Australia Zoo is just that Australian and Steve Irwin was a true blue Aussie. The first level showed a tiger. Not an Australian Animal, and the animal charactors were in cartoon form so it is hard to imagine what they look like in real life. A very boring game with no challenges at all I played it for about 2 minutes and was thoroughly bored. Please BF if you are going to give us games from another country get the facts straight

Way Too Many Issues to Enjoy this Game.
July 28, 2014

I hope the real Australian Zoo doesn't have as many issues as this game does. This is a game of hurry up! Because if you don't move fast enough to get a string of 3 or more like animals together, you get slimed with a "sickness" and as long as that particular animal is slimed, NONE of the animals of that ilk can earn you points. Thereby keeping you from reaching the points you need to complete the level. So, you need to have fast fingers to play this game and hope to achieve ... well ... anything. The issues I had while trying to play were limitless. From trying to make a string of like animals and suddenly part of my string disappeared, to trying to make a string and one or more of the animal pictures not registering, to the wrong animals getting attached to a string (NOT user error). This could have been such an amazing learning tool for children with the information that was given about the animals at the end of each level, but, there was just too much wrong going on. Not to mention none of the animals (at least up to level 7) were Australian in nature. HUH? For ALL these reasons and more, this is definitely NOT a purchase for me. I also cannot in good conscience recommend it to anyone and not feel guilty that they were wasting their time. Want to know more about an Australian Zoo? Go visit one on vacation.

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