While Animal Paradise’s biggest downfall is a lacking camera mechanic of any kind, other minor issues definitely plagued the game as well. The mini-games were repetitive and melancholy more than they were enjoyable.
As I mentioned earlier, Animal Paradise is geared toward younger kids, but this title will only keep them occupied for a couple of hours at most because even kids are going to see through the paper-thin amount of content in this game.
All in all, the only thing Animal Paradise has going for it is that it contains amusing animals and various cute Hanadeka photos. It misses the boat on potentially being a fun Pokemon Snap clone, and instead settles for being a vastly inferior Nintendogs clone.