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    World of Zoo

    Players can customize their own zoo, taking care of and earning the trust of their animals and learning about them through information from National Geographic. I recommend this game

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    Hey is it the same like the browser game ZooMumba or so?

    Last edited by Hankira; 02-17-2011 at 02:57 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hankira View Post
    Hey is it the same like the browser game ZooMumba or so?

    It's a Wii game. That's why this is posted in the Wii Family Games section. My 7YO loves the game but my 5YO quickly losses interest when playing it with her sister.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcide666 View Post
    It's a Wii game. That's why this is posted in the Wii Family Games section.

    yes your rught.. but just wanna know if itīs the same style. My daughter loves it (zoomumba) and i just wanna make her happy and not sad... so thats the reason i asked ...

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    I've never heard of ZooMumba up until now. I checked out your links and can safely say World of Zoo is nothing like that game. Here's World of Zoo's page for you to check out.
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