Zoo Keeper


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From Shockwave Japan, this cute little Flash game requires you to click on adjacent animals to swap places and line up 3 or more of the same. It sounds a little confusing, and with the instructions in Japanese, I was a little confused at first myself. Just ignore the first screen with the cell phone, don't click it—it's an ad. Wait for the game to load and the Play button to show. I figured it out, and it's fun to play, so...

Play Zoo Keeper

I'm taking Beginning Japanese over the summer, so hopefully I will get better at translating these Japanese games.

Update: Shockwave Japan changed the link so that you must first sit through a short advertisement. Rest assured the game will begin shortly after clicking the game link.

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This game is cool

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Really cute -- a fun little timewaster. :)

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I have the PS2 zookeeper game. It's basically a bejeweled clone, but a good one

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i luv this game but cant get past level 8, played it on the DS, its kinna easier

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Haha, thanks for the link Jay! Love this game! So cute :P

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verrrrryy addicting...........

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its so fun its a timewaster.:)

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Ah, one of my all-time favorites. Although you don't want to start playing it if you're in a hurry to get somewhere... :P

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what a big time waster. That doesn't give anybody a reason not to like it :D There are definetly too many versions of this game though

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Heh, this game is great. I need it still for the DS. Level 7 just killed me.

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Umm... Don't you think that the fact there is a free version online makes it a con buying the game?

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There's a new version of this now. It doesn't have any ad intro into the game and it features hints. Also, instead of a baby, it now has a pink rabbit. Oh, and finally you can mute it completely instead of just turning off the music. http://www.kiteretsu.jp/games/zka/zka.htm

I also personally like that you can start the next combo before the previous one's animation has stopped. The only drawback I've noticed is that you can't click off the selected piece except by clicking on a different piece.

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