Now’s the chance to build the Zoo of your dreams! Just like in a real Zoo, your animals must receive complete care. Feed them, train them, cure them and even relocate them. Observe their realistic interactions with one another, the landscape, the play equipment and even Zoo visitors.
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Mostly Positive (186 reviews) - 72% of the 186 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: May 12, 2006

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Includes 9 items: Wildlife Park 2, Wildlife Park 2 - Crazy Zoo, Wildlife Park 2 - Dino World, Wildlife Park 2 - Domestic Animals, Wildlife Park 2 - Fantasy, Wildlife Park 2 - Farm World, Wildlife Park 2 - Horses, Wildlife Park 2 - Kitz (fawn), Wildlife Park 2 - Marine World


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“"Overall, the zoo god experience can be fulfilling, knowing that you are in control of everything alive in the picture. This is a recommended play for fans of “control-freak” games like Theme Park, Theme Hospital, The Sims and Red Alert-genre programs."”
8.5 – Strategy Informer

“"Behind Wildlife Park 2's somewhat childish demeanor is a strong tycoon management sim which tasks you with making all the people happy all of the time. Think of Rollercoaster Tycoon where the rides have needs and wants, and you're approaching the complexity of this game.... "”
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Wildlife Park 2 - Ultimate Edition (content)

Wildlife Park Ultimate Edtion includes:
* Wildlife Park 2
* Wildlife Park 2 - Addon: Crazy Zoo
* Wildlife Park 2 - Addon: Marine World
* Wildlife Park 2 - Addon: Horses
* Wildlife Park 2 - Addon: Farm World
* Wildlife Park 2 - Addon: Dino World
* Wildlife Park 2 - Expansion: Domestic Animals
* Wildlife Park 2 - Expansion: Fantasy Animals

* 150+ different animal species
* 140+ animal houses and devices
* 130+ visitor facilities, staff buildings, ways and fences
* 70+ decorative park elements
* 50+ plant species
* 65 missions AND 100+ maps all around the world

About This Game

Wildlife Park 2 will completely satisfy animal lovers and zoo fans: an incomparable natural experience – right in your living room! Now’s the chance to build the Zoo of your dreams!

Become a zoo manager and take good care of your animal charges! Wildlife Park 2 brings you into "up close and personal" contact with more than 50 different animal species. Observe the lovingly animated, realistic interaction of the animals - with other animals, the landscape, the play equipment, or the visitors to the park! Just like in a real zoo, the animals must receive all-round care. This is as easy as winking in Wildlife Park 2: With a click of the mouse you can feed, doctor, pet, or even relocate animals, or get them moving. You will guide a team of landscape architects, gardeners, keepers, veterinarians, and scientists. If you manage your zoo carefully, you will soon be able to celebrate the birth of new animals!

Construct your zoo using more than 100 animal houses, visitor facilities, staff buildings, decorative park elements, and enclosure equipment. Wildlife Park 2 is an ideal playground for amateur architects, too! Use the extensive terraforming options to create your own imaginative landscapes. Plenty of established plant species and botanical rarities such us underwater plants or cacti will thrive under your loving care, and all this is lavishly displayed by a dynamic plant system. Another specialty is the realistically simulated flow of water. By easily placing a water source, you can create thunderous waterfalls and rambling water worlds.

Visitors to your zoo will expect a few treats, too - build restaurants and ice-cream parlors and provide spectacular entertainment. Employ advertising and marketing to attract new visitors. But don't forget to keep an eye on your zoo's budget at all times!


• 20 missions and freeplay maps (sandboxmode) around the world
• 50 different animal species, 30 plant species
• More than 100 animal houses, visitor facilities, staff buildings, decorative park elements, and enclosure equipment
• Direct interaction with the animals, e.g. petting, feeding, shooing, etc.
• Realistic animal behaviour with individual social and sex lives, birth and aging, aggression, and trainability
• Rebreeding of exotic and extinct animal and plant species in special research labs
• Intricate water simulation, with underwater world, waterfalls, etc.
• Bridge systems, underwater tunnels, and jeeps for real safari adventures
• Visitor mode for taking a walk or a drive around your own park
• Photo album for organizing your pictures of the park
• Encyclopaedia with lots of useful information about the animals and plants
• Advertising and marketing for luring new visitors

System Requirements

    • OS: 10/8/7/VISTA/2000/XP
    • Processor: Intel Pentium IV 2 GHz or compatible
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 8.1 compatible, 64 MB RAM, Pixelshader 1.1, Vertexshader 1.1
    • DirectX: Version 8.1
    • Storage: 3000 MB available space
Helpful customer reviews
21 of 24 people (88%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
1.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 27, 2015
The game is pretty great to be honest, I wouldn't say better or worse than Zoo Tycoon, just as great, the game has some better points though such as the realism.
I don't know why but I love Zoo games like Zoo Tycoon and Wildlife, being a gamer that prefer action to peaceful games like this one, Zoo Tycoon and Wildlife are games that I really love, probably because I love animals.
Both series are pretty decent, you can't get better than that.
Bought it at 17.59 and it was totally worth it In my opinion.
I'd suggest it to anyone who likes zoo management, animals and management games.
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18 of 26 people (69%) found this review helpful
26 people found this review funny
11.7 hrs on record
Posted: December 14, 2015
needs esports but otherwise 10/10.
finally, a game where i can breed penguins in the sahara desert.
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8 of 9 people (89%) found this review helpful
8 people found this review funny
8.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 27, 2015
It's like Zoo Tycoon with your grandpa that complains too much so you put him in the tiger pin because he had a complaint about the puppy petting area.

Puppies apparently injure/kill people.

Great game honestly. Brings back memories and spending hours making things. A little iffy here and there with how you get water and how close certain zoo workers. Kind of used to just buying someone and not assigning them an area. But that aside graphics are pretty nice, but again death by puppies.

rip grandpa 1
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
5.9 hrs on record
Posted: April 1
This game has many issues that prevent it from being fully enjoyable. In fact, had I known about these issues, I wouldn't have bought the game. The main issue is that the expansions do not act as DLC. They act as their own seperate games. They show up individually in your library. The base game does not contain missions or maps from the expansions. In order to play with those, you have to start up that specific expansion. However, the animals from the expansions seem to show up almost randomly between each other. For example, the base game appears to have almost all of the animals (fish, dinos, dragons, etc) but appears to be missing certain specific species. The expansions have the same issue; having certain species and not others. You can fool around in the program files and condense most of everything into the base game but you will still be missing stuff. And, I must point out, the animal color customization button in the base game doesn't work.

As for the actual game itself, it is alright. There are aspects of it that are annoying (each employee has their own individual giant fugly tower, there isn't much variety in animal enrichment items, there aren't many items for guests, etc) but overall if you're looking to play something mindless for a while, Wildlife Park 2 isn't the worst choice. It is certainly not as enjoyable as Zoo Tycoon, however, and if you're looking for an exciting, challenging simulation game, I would not choose this.
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8 of 12 people (67%) found this review helpful
5.1 hrs on record
Posted: January 2
I played it as a child and i had so much fun! I had it from a magazine and i was so excited to play it. I played for hours on my Dad's PC :]
Yeeears later (lost the CD before) i remembered the game and wanted to play it again. I saw it on Steam and of course i buyed it :3
It's still a good game and it makes fun to create Park's :)

A bad thing is that there are not so many objects for the visitors :(

- The game is still good -
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