The latest news is in and man, No More Robots have literally been itching to tell us all about this one. They’re pleased to announce a new zoo management sim from Springloaded Games, named Let’s Build A Zoo. This game looks like it could be great fun, check out some screenshots below. I can’t wait to check this one out!
Doesn’t it look adorable? You can read more about Let’s Build A Zoo below in the official press release:
Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! No More Robots, the publishing label best known for Descenders, Yes, Your Grace and Hypnospace Outlaw, is chomping at the bit to reveal Let’s Build a Zoo, a zoo management sim with over 300,000 animal types to breed and bond with, coming this summer.
From development studio Springloaded Games, Let’s Build a Zoo puts you in charge of your own animal sanctuary, where you can build beautiful enclosures and fill them with a whole host of different animals. It’s your choice whether to be an eager beaver with grand designs, or let it all descend into otter chaos.
Let’s Build a Zoo truly lets you go wild, with hundreds of animals to breed and import, tons of buildings, foliage, decorations and path types to spruce up your monkey business, and plenty of staff options for keeping your animals happy, and your guests entertained.
And if that’s not enough to seal the deal, Let’s Build a Zoo has an even greater wild side. Utilizing futuristic DNA splicing mechanics, this zoo sim lets you go bananas and splice together any two animals, with over 300,000 combinations possible. Ever wondered what a Crocoduck, or an Owlybara might look like? Now you can find out!
It’s not all cheerful panda-ing though, as Let’s Build a Zoo can get pretty dark if you let it. Sure, you can build a loving environment for your animals, guests and staff… but with a fully-fledged morality system, you have the choice to go down an evil path, work your staff to the bone, and essentially turn your zoo into a meat factory. Oh deer, oh deer.
Time to address the elephant in the room: Let’s Build a Zoo will be available this summer, with a closed PC beta happening very soon. All the details can be found at letsbuildazoo.com.
Sorry for all the animal puns. Alpaca my bags.
You can watch the reveal trailer below, and man, you won’t regret it! looks like Stardew Valley meets Zoo Tycoon. Class!