Wildlife Park PC


Mixed or average reviews - based on 8 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 8
  2. Negative: 0 out of 8
  1. The animals are not as easy to please as in Zoo Tycoon. With coming of age most animals not only have the urge to pass on their genes (this is a PG rated review) but when getting older they can get sick and aggressive.
  2. A decent simulation with cute animals, always a sure bet for kids and all lovers of nature. There are a few rough edges, but there are also more things to do than in "Zoo Tycoon," and the price is better.
  3. 68
    I think that people who love this style of game will get a real kick out of being a wildlife refuge manager. It may also have some benefit as a teaching aid, as the care of the animals seems very realistic.
  4. If the subject matter sounds intriguing, then "Zoo Tycoon" is a much better bet, especially since you can get it all bundled together now for a cheap price.
  5. Cheat Code Central
    There's just enough depth to this game to make it challenging to newbies and novices. If you're a "Roller Coaster Tycoon" fanatic you will find the gameplay much too similar to hold your interest.
  6. Since the game gives more than a passing glance at animal satisfaction, this game could have been much better if it built upon that better. This one just didn't hold my interest.
  7. Wildlife Park might have been a fun distraction for theme park fans, but the poor design and execution cripple it in a crowded field of competitors.
  8. This theme has been tried before with Microsoft's Zoo Tycoon, so what will Wildlife Park have to differentiate it from the rest of the field? Well, as it turns out, a more natural look and.....not much else, really.
User Score

Mixed or average reviews- based on 8 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 4
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 4
  3. Negative: 1 out of 4
  1. Jun 1, 2016
    Arguably one of the best Zoo games ever made, far superior to its sequels, this game manages to produce a more realistic zoo simulation thanArguably one of the best Zoo games ever made, far superior to its sequels, this game manages to produce a more realistic zoo simulation than Zoo Tycoon, the model T of this genera. The clever use of ground harness rather than arbitrary biomes is admirable, while the cloning of extinct animals is done in a much cleverer way than any other game. The attention to detail is astonishing, with resources coming in and rubbish going out. Another way this game scores above the others is the realistic behaviour of guests, who do not freak out when a peafowl is not in its enclosure. The gameplay is smart, with a range of missions that are not simply "build a zoo", and instead can range from chasing Yetis around the Himalayas, to creating an ecosystem with Horses, Wolves, Tigers and Snow hares.

    This is the little Zoo game that could, and it is a shame that so few people have ever heard of it
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  2. RonW.
    Sep 2, 2007
    Terrible game....interface is horrible...graphics are good but gameplay is rotten.
  3. Kennethw.
    Feb 10, 2004