The game has decent graphics and has an easy-to-play game interface. It is like the African Wildlife ... MoreSmashing!.
The game has decent graphics and has an easy-to-play game interface. It is like the African Wildlife Rescue in that it basically has the same to dos with it. The downside is that it doesn’t offer online competition with Ranger Points, the game’s scoring system. Adding to this is the Trek computer, which allows your child to learn more about the animal they’re taking care of, such as where it originated or even its eating habits. The game does set a real-life scenario with certain animals, such as the Dingo. Dingos eat other animals, and if you place another animal inside the pen with it, it does have the chance of being eaten. As it is the circle of life, the game creators did not forget to implement this all-too-true factor in the game. Along with that, if you neglect to care for your animal, they do have the ability to escape your pen, which I find pretty interesting.
Pros: Art style is similar to the show's Real life simulation Learning aspect
Cons: Certain items are next to impossible to get (Antibiotic Pill, Stomach Pill, Rats/Frogs)