Secret zoo discovered at Zoomumba

    <*> A mysterious path in Zoomumba leads to a long-forgotten menagerie <*> Time to bring the secret zoo step by step back to life
 

Hamburg, April 11, 2011– Zoomumba ( http://www.zoomumba.com), the successful casual game from Bigpoint ( http://www.bigpoint.com), enters the next stage of expansion with the“Secret zoo”. Starting on Tuesday, Zoomumba players will be able to explore a mysterious path which was recently discovered at Zoomumba and unlock the gates to a forgotten zoo. With new habitats and decorations, it will be the players’ job to return this zoo to its former glory.

More room for over 60 species of animals

Cramped zoo habitats have been a common problem for many zoo directors ever since the introduction of Asian and African safaris due to the many prizes and rare animals they’ve received. This new zoo expansion will be their chance to expand their zoos even further so they can show off even more animals and entertain even more happy guests. The secret zoo is available to level 30 players and up or to users who have already expanded their main zoo three times. At the very beginning, players will be able to build four habitats in the secret zoo. Starting Tuesday, Zoomumba players can expand their secret zoo with special items which can be won on the Wheel of Fortune or in safaris at http://www.zoomumba.com.

Further online links:

- http://www.bigpoint.net

- http://www.bigpoint.com

- http://www.zoomumba.com

About Bigpoint

Bigpoint ( http://www.bigpoint.com) is an online-game developer, publisher and content provider for large media concerns. Bigpoint-developed games are played by over 180 million people in more than 25 languages, are free-to-play anytime, anywhere, and require no download or installation. The company’s portfolio includes games in a quality which until now was associated exclusively with CD or console games. Over 700 employees from some 35 countries work at the world’s largest supplier of browser-based games; at the company headquarters in Hamburg, Germany or at one of the other locations in Berlin, San Francisco, São Paulo and Malta. Bigpoint’s many distinctions won in 2010 include the Media Momentum Award 2010, the European Games Award, the Mashable Awards in the category of“Best Online Game” and the well-renowned Lara Award. The company also received the German Developer Award 2010 for three different categories. For more information or press material, please visit the press area at www.bigpoint.net.

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