Browser game hit My Free Zoo released in English

Bamberg (Germany), May 8th 2012 – Renowned German browser-game developers upjers are happy to announce the release of their successful zoo-simulation My Free Zoo to the English-speaking audience. The game has become a true hit in Germany in no time at all and has managed to attract more than 500,000 enthused players in less than 2 months after its official launch.

On My Free Zoo, players are able to realize their dream of having their very own zoo: as young zoo directors, they create a true paradise for more than 4 dozen partially quite exotic animal species. To help them achieve their goal, the game offers practically countless options of designing and decorating their zoos. Thanks to a real-time task-system, players won’t experience even one second of boredom on My Free Zoo, as their animals ask for lots of loving care, the multitude of plants need regular watering and of course the zoo visitors have to be satisfied also.

Apart from these terrific features, My Free Zoo also contains an innovative trading card system for enclosures, animals, plants and zoo equipment. While this unique system allows players to buy item-cards and thus animals, plants, etc., the traditional way, via the in-game shop, it also enables them to gain in-game items by collecting card-pieces. Pieces of item-cards are gathered through various activities and achievements on My Free Zoo and can be traded in once all the missing pieces have been put together. To complete and gain specific items faster, My Free Zoo also allows its players to swap card-pieces amongst each other.

All future zoo directors may play the international version of My Free Zoo for free now on  

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