Let’s Build a Zoo Cheats and Tips
Let Baby Animals Stay With Their Parents For A While
Infant animals can stay with their parents for a short time after they give birth. The longer they’re with their parents, the longer visitors will have to wait to see them as an attraction. However, it’s possible to take the infants away from their parents early, but we don’t recommend it because you’ll increase your negative morality.
Additionally, you’ll gain an increase in positive morality if you allow the infant animals to stay with their parents longer, so there’s an incentive to that as well.
Separate Animal Species Can Live Together
There’s limited space to house all of your animals when first starting out in Let’s Build a Zoo. As such, you can allow certain animals of different species to live with each other in the same enclosure. The free space in each specific enclosure, as well as the threat level, are what you can use to determine whether two species can live together in harmony. This is an easy way to save some space, so this tip is worth utilizing if you ever need it.
Don’t Buy Too Many Buses
You’ll need to buy buses if you want customers to check out your zoo. This is an integral part of creating a zoo; however, having an unnecessary surplus of buses can block the entrance. As such, you need to be careful how many buses you buy, based on the number of visitors you have coming to the zoo.
Be Wary Of How Quickly Animals Breed
Animals in Let’s Build a Zoo can multiply incredibly fast if you aren’t paying attention. Dozens of a species can easily turn into hundreds, which can present a problem if you don’t have enough space or resources for the new animals. Make sure to track how many of a species you have at any given time, as well as how quickly they’re breeding so that you can prepare for any situation.
Set A Reasonable Ticket Price
The amount a ticket to your zoo costs is important so that you can make money. It’s important to set it high enough that you earn a decent amount of money, but it’s also possible to set it too high as well for what you’re offering.
As you can imagine, a high or excessive ticket price isn’t attractive to a potential customer, so it’s important to keep in mind what your zoo offers and what it’s worth paying for it to gain a consistent flow of visitors.