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First, Playrix has outdone itself with top notch graphics and animations - no other developers even come close to their quality. I have played Gardenscapes and Homescapes, and while captivating, this game takes the cake! I love being able to decorate/arrange as I choose. It adds an element of interaction while waiting for lives to refill. I sometimes play just to arrange without trying to beat levels. The levels aren’t painfully difficult either. I might get stuck on a level for a a day or two, but can eventually solve it, even without power ups or having to spend real money. I have not spent real money and have gotten halfway through the 3rd zone. The enjoyment to difficulty ratio is reasonable. Not too easy as to breeze through it, but not impossibly difficult to cause discouragement. I love how straightforward the gameplay is. The other games were at times frustrating - having to beat so many levels just to have the character pick up a rake, only to have several more levels to beat just to deal with some distraction from the main task. The animals are delightful. I love the baby animal helpers and their sounds while playing. Right now my favorite is the polar bear. Playrix has given so much attention to detail. I don’t even consider other games.
I love this game! It doesn’t really have a “story” which is nice - just quests to open up more of the zoo as you level up. The customization is very fun! Took me a while to figure out you can move decorations between zoo areas, and that’s another great option for zoo design. I’ve spent money on this game, but it’s not necessary if you’re patient. Four things I would like to see: 1) The spinning tops glitch sometimes. I’ve used my last move to activate a top and it targets a piece that will give me a powerup, rather than clearing the last objective. Frustrating! 2) Can you please stop notifying us every time failing a level loses stars or powerups? We get it already! 3) Please provide an option to give up on the level if it’s not possible to win in the required move count. I don’t care if I lose a heart, I just don’t want to keep matching fruitlessly until I have no more moves. 4) ZEN MODE PLEASE!!! Maybe something that can be unlocked for $4.99, with a one-time heart refill? This mode could go through all the game levels with unlimited moves, and have no effect on the main game (nothing earned, no level progress outside zen mode). Just a relaxing option for when you’re tired and want to play without trying to win a level within a certain move count.
I have always been a fan of Playrix’s games with my fav being fishdom. But this game I have to rate three stars. I love the concept of being able to create a zoo, original as ideas such as the turtles and ladybugs. It also has really good graphics for a match 3 game. But that’s really where the good things end in my opinion. With the star system removed for a more fishdom style, it feels like another fishdom game but not as good as the original. It feels rare to get good power up setups since they made the power up system more candy crush and the pieces will almost always connect and ruin your set ups for big clears. It also feels like some of the levels for me have too little moves and I have to rely on luck to get the pieces I need to get big power ups. I’m a little fine with the animal system where getting pieces to get powerups but most of the time they end up away from where I need them. I understand how difficulty brings people back and I’ve read some of the comments you guys responded to saying that the levels are beatable, but the other games were not too easy or hard and I felt relaxed. In conclusion this game is alright but not as good as your other games. By the way I’m 14 so I’m not sure if my opinion is even valid for me but this is what I think of the game.
I’m a big fan of Gardenscapes, on level 1887, so I like to think I’m good at the matching games. Saw this and jumped at the chance to try a new release by the same people. I like rapid unlocking so I thought I would beat levels and save up coins. I soon realized that this game has some of the poorest level design I’ve seen in a matching game. I made it to the mid 20s before I had to give up. Days in a row without advancing, extreme long timer on life reset, locked blocks that need destroying several times to clear, multiple map obstacles that prevent you from clearing, and so many different block types it’s impossible to get the right matches to collect objectives, and this is within the first 30 levels! I would avoid this one until they patch the game and fix their level design. It’s a real shame because the graphics looked great. And dev, you keep telling people “oh the maps are technically beatable”, this is a video game dude. It’s supposed to be fun, not an annoying grind trying to beat the same level 30+ times until you get a lucky break. Match games are supposed to be about skill, not blind luck.
I have all their other games. They’re very addicting. What I most appreciate is winning free play. It usually takes free play for me to beat the “very hard” levels, but at least it’s possible. With this game it’s incredibly rare to advance. Half the time the power ups aren’t even helping. Instead of helping you get to your goal it replaces a piece you needed. I pay attention to how colors are loaded and they haven’t been loading in a way that lines up. Winning free play is also rare since it’s difficult to advance and when you do it’s hardly about skill, but luck. You get to a point where each level is even more impossible than the last. For example, in my current level you have to spread water to the turtles. But to even get to the water you have to break 3x reinforced boxes while simultaneously the bubblegum squares spread and undo any progress you make. The impossible part is you don’t get enough moves. When you finally get to the water you don’t have enough moves to spread it to the turtles. Basically, I’m at the point where I get to play this game in short bursts. That isn’t fun. I spend a lot of money on these games. I’m addictive to township. But from my perspective this game was created to make you pay & I don’t support that. Very disappointing. My advice, get out before you get to the point of maddening frustration. Of course, that’s just one persons perspective.
Developed by the Playrix,
Wildscapes has 10 790 user reviews.
Wildscapes has an average rating of 4.6.
The latest version of Wildscapes (1.5.0) was released on Dec 18, 2019.
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Welcome to Wildscapes! Create your dream zoo with dozens of adorable animals by solving colorful puzzles!
Build spacious enclosures for animals and make your zoo visitor-friendly with cafes, fountains, playgrounds, hangout
spots, and more! Learn about species from all over the world and create the best zoo ever! Ready for a wild ride? Then hop on!
● Enjoy your favorite gameplay: beat match-3 levels to restore the zoo!
● Match juicy and fruity items to complete unique tasks and win rewards
● Unlock more areas to welcome new animals from different habitats
● Play with custom options to design your zoo the way you want
● Decorate your zoo with unique objects from around the world
● Power up your gaming experience with the help of special animal boosters
● Complete tasks for zoo visitors by helping them with their specific needs and wants
● Bring together whole families of animals to get even more rewards!
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