Manage a zoo of otherworldly eldritch monsters! Zoo visitors are invited to gaze into the abyss, it's fun for all the family! And all the family might end up devoured, this cursed zookeeper isn't entirely reliable. Add to your Wishlist, today!
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October 29, 2018

Time Travel!

Hello! Work on The Eldritch Zookeeper continues to continue! I've made another development update video all about some new time-travel functionality:
It's going to make playing the game a lot more fun. In that video I also go into some of the thinking behind the new Hypnollama and Hypnollama Queen monsters that were debuted just a few weeks ago in the brand-new trailer:
I'm working on lots of things behind-the-scenes, so more videos will come soon!

Oh, also, have you joined the Discord server yet? You should! We're a nice bunch of people:

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September 27, 2018

Introducing the HypnoLlama! (And the HypnoLlama Queen!)

The Eldritch Zookeeper has a new trailer! To announce not one, but two new monsters to begrudgingly welcome to the monster zoo.

The HypnoLlama is a friendly-looking thing, indeed of all the monsters it appears, on first glance, to be almost normal. But looks can be deceiving, and that is why I never open my eyes, not ever. Because when the HypnoLlama gets agitated, maybe you've let it go hungry, or you've let it get too close to humans, or another monster is biting it - it has the tendency to grow angry and take over lesser minds. 'Lesser minds', in this case, are your zoo visitors. Hypnotised guests are filled with a thirst for destruction and, left unchecked, can quickly turn a nicely ordered zoo into a chaotic mess.

The HypnoLlama Queen, if you can imagine, is even worse. It... sort of looks like a bunch of HypnoLlama's have melted into each other? Perhaps that's exactly what has happened? On one hand, sure, it doesn't take up much space, and doesn't move around very much. But when angry it is an order of magnitude more dangerous than your everyday, run-of-the-mill HypnoLlama.

You'll also notice from the trailer a new voice! The definitely-evil skeleton who seems quite responsible for the zookeeper's cursed situation is played by actor Scott Gilmour. Some voice acting is a great new addition that I'm really excited about.

Oh! Also! We now have a Discord Server! We're a pleasant, chill group, so if that sounds like where you want to be, and to hear about the game as development continues, you can join us here:

I'm still hard at work making this game, so follow along for more news:

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About This Game

In The Eldritch Zookeeper you run a zoo packed with unsettling, otherworldly monsters.

Deceived by a particularly well-dressed skeleton, a cursed zookeeper is forced to manage a zoo full of eldritch abominations, ideally with as little bloodshed as possible. Can our unfortunate zookeeper break his curse? Running a zoo filled with terrifying creatures that must be cared for isn't easy - construct enclosures and keep the monsters fed and reasonably content, and build amenities for the zoo visitors! A Happy Monster Zoo™ is when a creature's teeth/claws/exploding-tendencies are far, far away from the guest's vital organs. They need those! Monster rampages are discouraged.

Taking a mixture of inspiration from classic Bullfrog games (Theme Park World, Dungeon Keeper) and modern survival games, The Eldritch Zookeeper is coming to a variety of platforms very soon!

  • A variety of bloodthirsty monsters to contain, feed and keep reasonably happy. Or else!
  • Build ice-cream stands, smoothie shops, bathrooms and other amenities to distract zoo visitors from the yawning void!
  • Grow your zoo into a thriving must-see, cannot-unsee attraction for all the family!

System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Quad-Core 2.4 Ghz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 or equivalent
    • OS: macOS Sierra
    • Processor: Quad-Core 2.4 Ghz
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Iris Pro 6100
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