Let’s Build a Zoo
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Fun, cute, funny, charming, and easy-going. I didn’t play it for too long because I was distracted
by other, shinier games, so I didn’t even manage to try the gene splicing, but I do intend to return
to it, especially now that it’s getting
nd May 2022
I’ve been playing a lot more and quite enjoying it. There are a few annoyances. The first is a major
one: the interface doesn’t scale well to
4K. In particular, the list of pens and the list of
animals in pens are both very small and require peering at the screen to discern what the animals
look like or whether a pen’s bars aren’t full. The second is that I can’t find a straightforward way
to view all the animals in the zoo, nor to view all the pens in the zoo without first clicking on a
random pen. The third is that the notifications about animals—deaths and births—sometimes show
1 of 3 or similar indicators but there’s no way to make the notifications go away directly
or to see the next animal. Indeed, the notifications are quite annoying. You can’t click on them to
go to the source.
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