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Did you ever wonder how it was like to be on the other side of the fence? In this zoo you can figure it out - take control over the whole area and destroy what kept you in prison for so long.
Release Date: Jul 9, 2014
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Update 1.1: Improved gameplay, more challenging levels, new stomp attack, Game Cards and more!

July 18th, 2014

We have worked really hard on Zoo Rampage to make it a bigger challenge for you. We improved the gameplay so if you want to enter the next level you will have to earn a minimum of points. As a special reward for you we have also created some Zoo Rampage Game Cards. Have fun with them!
Despite of that we have also added some new features:

New Features:

  • You can receive more points by freeing other animals
  • You can use stomp attacks to free yourself when it the situation gets dangerous
  • We have added a Health Bar for every player. When your energy drops to zero, the zookeeper will have a chance to get you back in the cage. But don't worry: Other players can free you again
  • By using Stomp Powerup you can do another stopm attack


Changes & Bugfixes:
  • The speed of zookeepers and policemen has improved
  • Achievement Ssssssssnaaaake fixed
  • Achievement What A Match fixed
  • Achievement Fair Play! fixed
  • Achievement Up fixed

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About the Game

Did you ever wonder how it was like to be on the other side of the fence?
In this zoo you can figure it out - take control over the whole area and destroy what kept you in prison for so long. Choose between a lot of angry animals, play their role and free them to damage each and every single space in the zoo. The more you destroy, the higher your score rises - but be aware of the zookeeper ...

Features


  • Quick and action-loaded gameplay
  • 1-4 Player local couch multiplayer
  • Easy Controls with keyboard or gamepad
  • Choose between a lot of angry animals
  • Damage each and every single space in the zoo
  • You can choose from different levels e.g. Africa, Arctic, Jungle

PC System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Dual-Core 2.8 GHz
    • Memory: 4000 MB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650
    • Hard Drive: 1000 MB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Quad Core Processor 3GHz
    • Memory: 4000 MB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560
    • Hard Drive: 1500 MB available space

Mac System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Os X 10.7 or later
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 2.4 GHz
    • Memory: 4000 MB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GT 755M
    • Hard Drive: 1000 MB available space
Helpful customer reviews
21 of 29 people (72%) found this review helpful
875 products in account
138 reviews
1.7 hrs on record
Zoo Rampage is the equivalent of an animal train wreck. Taking control of a selection of captive zoo creatures, you are let loose in a map of helpless humans and buildings, free to wreak as much havoc as possible until the bell rings. The idea is outrageous, and for a few minutes actually entertaining, but after a single level Zoo Rampage has already demonstrated to you the entirety of what it is: a shallow, admittedly amusing up to a (very brief) point, game with a serious shortage of content and objectives. Even had it been loaded with levels and modes, the core of its gameplay is so simple that it would ultimately be for naught to try and extend an experience that has already grown stale.

There's really nothing more I can say about Zoo Rampage, so extreme is its curtness that you can see absolutely everything it has to offer in a matter of minutes. It would be a hard sell at a dollar, its only real draw being a silly thing to turn on for a few moments when you have some friends around, but at ten times that it's a sad joke that I desperately hope people do not buy into. Zoo Rampage couldn't fill the average demo, let alone sustain itself as a full retail product.
Posted: July 11th, 2014
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53 of 88 people (60%) found this review helpful
183 products in account
1 review
0.3 hrs on record
Finished the game/all levels in 0.3h. You probably shouldn't play this game sober and/or alone.
Posted: July 9th, 2014
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25 of 40 people (63%) found this review helpful
253 products in account
5 reviews
0.6 hrs on record
This is a first impressions after 30 minutes of gameplay

I'm a big fan of explosions and destruction, so when I stumbled across Zoo Rampage on Greenlight it instantly caught my attention. A game that lets you run rampant as different animals, destroying buildings and killing your captors, the concept really intrigued me.

Zoo rampage is a simple game in an over-head perspective where you must choose between 5 stages (not counting the 'bonus' ones) each with their own set of animals. You then run your way through buildings, trees, people and other obstacles trying to score as many points as possible. The game features a great soundtrack and the screams of agony as I ran people over as an elephant to the Rock/Metal songs really put a smile on my face.

The game is graphically unimpressive, but a game like this really doesn't need high graphical fidelity to be enjoyable. I came across a few issues with the human AI, where they sometimes would run in place, which however amusing it may be, was probably not what the developer intended. The game also locked up a few times, forcing me to exit it via the task manager.

By far the biggest flaw with the game is it's length. After playing for 30 minutes I can safely say that I've seen most of which the game has to offer. The game rewards you with achievements for getting high scores and playing as every animal, but that probably won't keep people playing this game for very long. The only other thing that would give the game a bit of replay value is the couch co-op for up to 4 people, which is definitely a great addition. I sincerely hope that the Developer will consider adding more stages in the future.

Overall, Zoo Rampage may seem like a mediocre game, but there's just something incredibly amusing about running into cars as a Giraffe and watching them explode. Is it worth the asking price of 9,99 Euros? Absolutely not. But if you can ever get it as part of a bundle, or for 2 Euros or less, I highly recommend this game.
Posted: July 9th, 2014
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
113 products in account
1 review
0.2 hrs on record
Bought Zoo Rampage on a whim to play local multiplayer with against a friend of mine. It was entertaining for probably 1-2 minutes before we had seen all the game has to offer. For $10, that's just not enough.
It's a terribly imbalanced game - every round can be determined immediately by whoever is closest to the the largest building/group of cars. The first person to get to that gets a ton of points in the first 20 seconds and then the rest of the round is meaningless.
The other (non-destruction) modes seem like they were never playtested even once - the soccer mode is a joke because the players get completely stuck on each other whenever they come in contact, making it very difficult to move around.
Unfortunately, it's just a mediocre game that doesn't quite make it into the "so bad it's good" category.
I'd say skip this one unless you think 2 minutes of mild entertainment is worth $10.
Posted: July 19th, 2014
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
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30 reviews
0.5 hrs on record
So when I started Zoo Rampage, I was introduced to some weird controls. You can not use the mouse but the WASD keys to navigate through the menu. This game can be played by your self or with 3 other friends. 4 players max. You play as Zoo animals and you destroy stuff and rack up points. That's basically it. Collect as mush points as possible before the time runs out. I got bored after 3 minutes cause I played it by myself so in order to have fun with this game. FRIENDSHIP REQUIRED
Posted: July 10th, 2014
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