Your life as a Zoo 2: Animal Park zoo director never gets boring. Right from the beginning you have a number of tasks to fulfill. Starting of with taking care of your animals or the maintenance of your zoo, you will meet many friends and other people throughout the game, who have the one or other special task for you. All these tasks (“quests”) will be generously rewarded with experience points, coins and diamonds, animals, chests and more.
you will get new tasks once you reach certain milestones – like
reaching a new level, hosting a certain number of animals and
more than 100 levels and more than a dozen different characters, you
will never go bored when playing Zoo 2: Animal Park. There is always
a lot to do.
tip: On the left you find a list of
tasks and quests showing you which tasks are still open and which
you have already started. Tap on the icon to see more details about
the open task.
Once you enter your zoo for the very first time, you already have a number of quests ahead of you. These tutorial quests will lead you through your first steps as a zoo director. These teach you how to place and populate your enclosures, how to entertain your animals and breed them. Additionally the town’s mayor will give you some tasks to take your zoo from a simple petting zoo to an internationally renowned wildlife conservation zoo.
Some quests will be unlocked when you reach a new player-level. At level three, for example, your task will be to place a grassland enclosure and a baby panda in your zoo. Your reward will be a number of coins and experience points plus your first sign-post as a bonus.
higher you level, the more ambitious the tasks and the more copious
the rewards. At level 50 your tasks include building an animal
carousel. For that you will receive a generous amount of experience
points, many many coins and an elephant statue that will attract
a lot of visitors to your zoo.
Quests – tasks given by your zoo’s friends
your zoo’s background story, several of your friends and visitors
have certain requests of their own. Some
of them would like you to add certain species to your zoo, some have
special tasks that will improve your zoo.
There is veterinarian Dr. Byrd. Her concern for your animals’ well-being is adorable. At one point she will approach you with a request to extend certain enclosures and add watering holes to accommodate your animals’ needs. As compensation for your efforts you will receive – among other things – a new Savannah enclosure.
A different type of reward is given by Stella, the photographer. At level 20 she will ask you to build a forest enclosure with a matching trough and watering hole to host a moose. As soon as you have accomplished that task, three employees – a gardener, worker and zookeeper – will be volunteering to work for you for free.
Many tasks – especially the ones given at level-up – you can
fulfill almost “automatically” while playing the game. Some
tasks, however, should be done step by step as they are building on
each other – particularly story quests connected to level-ups.
Mayor’s quests and your zoo’s level
top of your “nomal” tasks, your city’s mayor has a couple of
requests to make. He wants your zoo to be an
exemplary model zoo, attracting many visitors and tourists to your
town. All you have to do is to ensure that your diverse variety of
animals is treated well and that all your zoo’s visitors are happy.
Initially your tasks are rather simple like breeding six different species. For that your zoo will become know as “wildlife conservation zoo”. Later the tasks get more complex – like having more than 80 different types of animals in your zoo. In return you can get several hundred-thousand experience points and coins, a large batch of diamonds and an incredible amount of tickets to complete many of your card sets.
Tap on the mayor-icon to see the overview window. Here you can see
the steps you need to take and which rewards are waiting for you.