Zoo Paradise Adds World Cup Animals and Flags

Mon, Jun 7, 2010

Social, Zoo Games

If you’re a World Cup fan that also happens to play CrowdStar’s Zoo Paradise, you’ll be happy to know that the developer has released quite a few new items to their zoo tycoon game in celebration of the World Cup.

Mostly, this item release consists of flags, which cost 10 Facebook Credits each ($1 US), and are available representing the following countries: United States, France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Great Britain, Mexico Argentina, Chile, Canada, Turkey, Slovakia, Greece, Denmark, Australia, Portugal, Switzerland, Serbia, Brazil, Slovenia, Netherlands, Japan, New Zealand and South Africa.

If you’d like to take your celebration further than simply showing off your national colors with a flag, you can purchase the Soccer Field habitat for 51 Facebook Credits, or a bit more than $5. If you can upgrade it to its fifth upgrade, you’ll be the proud owner of a World Cup Stadium. What can you place inside it? How about a creation called the Soccer Ball Animal, which goes for 39 Facebook Credits and must be fed every 12 hours, or even a Soccer Rhino or World Cup Cheetah, which go for 62 and 41 Facebook Credits, respectively.

Whether you choose to celebrate the World Cup with the purchase of a new flag, or any of these new animals, you’ve only got a few weeks to choose between all of the available items and make a purchase – these items are limited and will be going away after July 12. Head over to the game’s page on Facebook to start shopping.

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