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Discussion in 'Zoo Games & Simulators' started by Anteaterman, 7 Nov 2019.

  1. Anteaterman

    Anteaterman Well-Known Member

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    Just finished up on an East-Asian themed area in my zoo, called "Asian Woodlands"
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  3. Anteaterman

    Anteaterman Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, it took me a while to build.
     
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    Meanwhile I'm still struggling on building exhibit houses...
     
  5. Anteaterman

    Anteaterman Well-Known Member

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    I recommend watching this video (someone may have already posted this):

    It's basically a tutorial on how to build structures, and after I watched it, I started to get the hang of building stuff in the game.
     
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  7. EsserWarrior

    EsserWarrior Well-Known Member

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    I'll try and post some photos of my zoo here later. I've built an awesome old Swiss-themed entrance and staff buildings. I also built some shops/food stands and bathrooms with the same theme. They're accompanied by some smaller seating areas. Straight after this is a Greater Flamingo exhibit. There is a bridge going over it, as well as paths going out on both sides of it, as well as some branching paths on the other side. If you don't cross the bridge and go directly to the right you start heading into the Asia portion of the zoo, with the first exhibit you see being for the Japanese Macaques. My zoo looks a little silly without any surrounding foliage.
     
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  9. Anteaterman

    Anteaterman Well-Known Member

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    Yes, Red Pandas, Amur Tigers, and Japanese Macaques are in this area, along with the Indian Peafowl, Himalayan Brown Bear, and Giant Panda. I may add Snow Leopards at a later date.
     
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  10. Ebirah766

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    I finally made a good reptile house.
     
  11. Anteaterman

    Anteaterman Well-Known Member

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    I've begun work on a rainforest zoo in Africa, with the temporary name "Congo Basin River Reserve" I'll post pictures once the first area is complete.
     
  12. CloudPardus

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    The Start of something beautiful....
     
  13. MonkeyBat

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    Everybody else: working on their exhibits
    Me: Just finished my staff building
     
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  14. Anteaterman

    Anteaterman Well-Known Member

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    Looks great. Can't wait to see the rest of the zoo. (If you end up posting pictures of it).
    On a side note, where are the large letters on the construction tab? I can't seem to find them.
     
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  15. taun

    taun Well-Known Member

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    Enjoying the game, now my zoo is set up and earning money I can start to develop areas. First african rain forest. Mandrills, Bongos and Okapis will fill the area. This will leave the former areas to be developed for an african savannah exhibit.
     
  16. taun

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    The mandrills with indoor viewing, room for a second enclosure to the left. The right two bongo enclosures. Then in the back ground will be the okapi complex, not sure how I am doing it yet but will change from what is shown.
     

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  17. Anteaterman

    Anteaterman Well-Known Member

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    So, I said I was going to build an African rainforest zoo, and I did, but I didn't really feel satisfied with what I built, and all of my guests were unhappy. So instead, I began building a European Temperate zoo called "Greenwood Gardens" (That was the first thing that came to my mind, I had no idea it was a real place in New Jersey). I'm a lot more happy with this zoo, and I'm only about 10% done. The images that I've posted here are of a North American area, home to Timber Wolves, Grizzly Bears, American Bison, and Pronghorn Antelope.

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    The Nyala Exhibit of Centennial Zoo and some in-game shots of the inhabitants
     
  19. Daniel Sörensen

    Daniel Sörensen Birdlover Premium Member

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    I was not that happy with the in-game fences (mostly the ones for decoration) so I decided to make my own ones and I've uploaded 5 to the workshop so far (more to come!).

    They are meant to be used mostly for decoration purposes, for example around flowerbeds, by paths, etc. But they can be used as habitat borders as well if you use the null/invisible barrier first.

    Here is the first 5 I uploaded to the workshop, I have more made but I have not uploaded them yet, haha.

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  20. taun

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    When you have had 3/4 African Buffalo calves born and they are gold rated....thinking of them conservation credits! :D

    Been so successful with the African Buffalo I have created a separate group, getting lots of gold rated female calves too.

    Trying to build conversations credits so I can take part in the next community goal.
     
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