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Android App Video Review: ZOOKEEPER DX TouchEdition

Dec 29, 2011

Zookeeper DX TouchEdition is a great new match-three game from Kiteretsu. It doesn’t do all that much to innovate gameplay-wise, but it’s a game with a crazy and unique style that will make you smile. Colorful and blocky pixel art is used to depict the very amusing concept, characters, and animals, and it’s just loads of fun.

Basically, all the animals in the zoo have escaped and are running amok. You are the simple zookeeper sent in to round them up. I don’t know how this concept translates into a match-three game, but I don’t care. There are two modes of play to choose from. Normal mode has you matching animals against a timer. Eventually you’ll level up, and the possible moves become harder and harder to spot. Luckily, you are able to cheat and have moves pointed out using the Binoculars power up, but you only get to use them a couple times. There are very useful wildcard tiles which eliminate all of a particular animal, which usually leads to an epic combo. If there are no available moves, the entire board will be shuffled to create some.

The other mode is called Tokoton. In this mode, you need to capture one hundred animals to continue to the next level, with no level limit to speak of. The differences between the modes are pretty subtle, and they don’t feel very different at all. Either way, they’re both loads of fun to play. Despite the vast amount of Download the free Appolicious Android app

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Andrew Koziara is a lifelong gamer and metal head. When he isn’t playing or reviewing games, he’s making them at Tribeca Flashpoint Academy. Check out his Twitter page here.

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