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upjers’ My Free Zoo Now Available on Steam Too

PC GamesBuild and develop your zoo in this animal-themed tycoon

Find it on Steam:
https://store.steampowered.com/app/694130/My_Free_Zoo/

Following the success of the browser and mobile versions, indie studio upjers releases their animal-themed tycoon My Free Zoo on the Steam store for free.

My Free Zoo is a business-development tycoon in which you will have to save a small, failing zoo from going bankrupt, and turn it into the biggest animal theme park ever! Create pathways, build different habitats, and provide food, water and play equipment for your animals. You can also improve your zoo's infrastructure to attract as many visitors as you can.

“In My Free Zoo for Steam we’ve captured the same feelings as in the browser and mobile game”, says Stefanie Pischel, Online Marketing Manager at upjers. “This time we’re bringing this experience to a whole new public on Steam and we are proud to keep the same excellence standards as in the other versions”.

My Free Zoo appeared on Steam back in November. Since then, the game has been downloaded by thousands of users. The game can only be played online. Existing browser game accounts cannot be linked to Steam.

Features

Seasonal events
Regular updates and patches
Virtual friendships with your fellow players
Challenging quests with rich rewards
Opportunities to breed animals
Spectacular guild features
A compelling blend of tycoon and zoo simulation
Long-lasting fun


Additional information

Steam store: https://store.steampowered.com/app/694130/My_Free_Zoo/
Website: https://de.upjers.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/upjers_com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Upjers.international


About upjers
upjers is a developer of free-to-play browser games and apps.They develop their own projects in-house and publish them as free browser games and apps. They also work in close cooperation with partners to provide online games for PCs and mobile devices. Based in Bamberg, Germany, the company has evolved into one of the leading publisher of browser games over the course of just a few years, thanks to milestones such as Molehill Empire, My Free Farm, Kapi Hospital and My Free Zoo. At their headquarters, they develop and publish licensed games such as the hidden object game Uptasia, the tycoon Wauies and sport manager games such as 11 Legends. Other titles, such as My Sunny Resort, Horse Farm, or Harbor World were developed in cooperation with external game studios. As a publisher, upjers is also interested in working together with extraordinary indie game developers.
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