From the creators of Tiny Tower comes Disco Zoo! Tiny Animals. Big Fun.
Travel to regions around the world and collect everything from pigs to dinosaurs for your Disco Zoo. Discover hidden animals through casual puzzle play. Manage and expand your zoo to maximize earnings. Throw funky disco parties to get your animals and visitors groovin’!
... and bug fixes
New in 1.5.0:
My goodness, it has been a while! There’s a bunch of changes here at the zoo to talk about!
Let’s see… so, first off, our scientists have made a discovery related to time travel and built a time machine. With the time machine you’ll be able to rewind time to unlock new Timeless animals in rescues! I don’t understand the details of how it works, exactly, but they assure me it’s safe… probably.
The IT department tells me they have a new cross-platform cloud save system, so you can back-up your zoo and have it available on different devices.
Our props department made a bunch of new fun stuff for the animals. New hats, new decor, and new toys in the ball shop! That should keep your animals looking and feeling great. Visitors to the zoo might notice the decorations you add now too.
We’ve also managed to reduce the costs of a lot of the rescue vehicles. It should make it a bit easier to explore new regions.
Speaking of saving, I got you a new piggy bank to help you squirrel (ha!) away some DiscoBux.
The transportation team tells me that the animal that stole the Funky Bus managed to get its license, so it can earn coins for you now. Though I still think it’s a bad idea to let the animals drive the bus...
I’ve given you a new option to disable the flashing lights during disco parties. Not everyone likes the flashing lights, but everyone should still be able to party.
Some of the zoo staff got new phones, so we’ve been upgrading various things around here to work better with their devices.
And finally, we took care of a few more bugs. After all, bugs are bound to appear in a zoo from time to time.
Like I say, it’s been busy. But it’s all in a day’s work for a Disco Zookeeper!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Goofy and endearing, Disco Zoo blends animal collection and resource management for surprisingly engaging results. Upgrading and enhancing your zoo requires careful monitoring, spontaneous discos to keep your customers happy, and Battleship-style puzzles to unlock new creatures. Though the concept is unusual, the formula is an undeniable success—delivering delightful humor and unexpected entertainment at every corner.
Disco Zoo: The Model Mobile Game
Disco Zoo is a idle puzzle game where you collect animals and slowly develop a bustling zoo. I give this game five stars for many reasons.
1. There are minimal ads. The only time you ever, and I truly mean ever, run into an ad is if you intentionally opt to watch one for extra moves in a rescue. This is a great model because not only are you not pestering your beautiful game with ads everywhere, but you’re actually motivated to watch it because you get something in return.
2. Replay-ability. You would think a game about tapping squares and collecting animals would get boring after a while, but this game keeps you coming back with features like trophies, timeless animals, and little side-missions to break up the routine of rescuing animals.
3. The rest of it. At this point I might sound like i’m just worshipping the game more than reviewing it, but this is a valid reason to install this game. Everything from the art style, the music, and even the satisfying gratification of getting an animal are all what make this game so amazing. It might sound dumb that you should install a game for it’s looks or sounds, but to me it’s the attention to detail is what makes a game.
So if those reasons don’t convince you to install Disco Zoo, than I’ll leave you with one more thing; there are unicorns.
Time Machine loses everything
I loved this game and almost had all the diamond statues that I wanted and then they released a time machine feature and I thought, wow, how cool is that?! And then I used it and everything I loved in the game disappeared. All of the things I had accomplished were gone. My zoo was reset to nothing. I had zero to show for all the hours I put in. All those statues my spouse got for me to help me out: gone. Whoever was responsible for the time machine feature should be forced to build a beautiful house that they think they'll get to live in and then just before it's done, someone should ask them, "Do you want a piece of fresh-baked bread?" Because of course who wouldn't want a piece of fresh-baked bread? And then when they take the bread, this someone will say, "oh, you took the bread, yay, that means your house will be incinerated." And then the house should be incinerated before their eyes. "But that's okay," someone will say, "because you can start ALL OVER, yay! Your sink can be a different color now." That would be pretty fair, I think. At least put a warning dialog box that says your zoo will lose everything if you use the time machine, okay? Because time machines--like, one would assume I could just use the same time machine and get back to my time, you know? What happened to the time machine after I used it, game creators?! Huh? Even my time machine disappeared! Pft.
- NimbleBit LLC
- 146.5 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © 2019 Milkbag Games
- In-App Purchases
- pack of DiscoBux $0.99
- pack of DiscoBux $4.99
- pack of DiscoBux $19.99
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.