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Fun game, but limited on what you can buy without signing up for stuff we don't want. Would like it if animals moved a little. Kind of like having a zoo of statues. Does help pass time when waiting in line.
Hapiwife on Dec 20, 2011 for Tap Zoo
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An extrodonary game
An amazing fun animal raising game
Blueskittles_101 on Dec 20, 2011 for Tap Zoo
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Not worth getting
It's fun when you first get it, but after you finish the twelve games of Christmas you have to use your own money to get the rest of the animals. If you leave an animal in the nursery for too long it costs bells, which is money, just to heal it, and if you don't heal it; you can't simply get rid of it. This game needs a lot of improvement and it is definitely not worth anyone's time.
CEPuggles on Dec 20, 2011 for Tap Zoo
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So mad
Ok so I got this game and so did my kids we do not spend money on any games because it's me and 3 kids and I personally can't afford it so I'm thinking this is like tap zoo yea right you only get a handful of animals then the rest u have to have an awful amount of bells to get them. I even have all the trees u can get and buildings. All I can do now is collect revenue and expand but that gets really boring soooo if u just want to play a game for a week or two go ahead if not I wouldn't install this one waste of memory space!!!
Val210 on Dec 19, 2011 for Tap Zoo
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Barely any quests and you have to spend money to complete the adventures
Stopmeplz on Dec 19, 2011 for Tap Zoo
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Beware of in-app purchasing by your children
My 9-year old son managed to spend over $160 on a couple of Pocket Gem games in-app purchases. He did this in a three day period and it wasn't discovered until I received the periodic iTunes email receipt this morning. Some of the purchases were done in the 15-minute period after a password has been entered. The others were done after he was finally given the password after a year of owning his iPad. I've since changed the *default* settings to disable all purchases on his iPad and changed the family iTunes password. I cannot support a company that apparently believes that $160 spent on a "free" game in a three-day period is anything less than opportunistic and bordering on unethical as the games are primarily targeted towards children.
MikeG from Boston on Dec 19, 2011 for Tap Zoo
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