Tuesday, January 19, 2010
"Wildlife Camp: In the Heart of Africa" announced for PC
– Animal park simulation takes PC players to the African savanna –
Eschborn, 19th January 2010 - In March 2010 bitComposer Games, NAMCO BANDAI Partners and developers B-Alive will release Wildlife Camp: In the Heart of Africa, an interactive animal park sim for primarily young players. The player must manage a wildlife camp in Africa and take good care of the animals there. Once the player has hired his keepers, he will then tackle his own tasks around the camp, as the many different animals will need lots of training, medical care and encouragement. The player can use twelve training methods and over 30 different items of equipment, i.e. tools and medicines to help him.
Besides feeding the animals, Wildlife Camp: In the Heart of Africa also offers all sorts of fun activities like elephant rides. A variety of exciting tasks and adventures await animal lovers in the camp, in the surrounding villages and the vast African savanna that can be reached in a range of vehicles such as Jeeps, helicopters and air boats. An extensive tutorial will enable players to quickly familiarize themselves with the game.
- Over 120 items of clothing, accessories and hairstyles available to the player character
- Explore the area around the park
- Endlessly generated missions and tasks
- 12 training methods to teach the animals amusing tricks or to prepare them for life in the wild
- Ten animal species with over 200 different accessories and hair types
German developers B-Alive produced the successful "Wildlife Park" series and expansions like "Crazy Zoo" among a host of other. This new title again demonstrates the skill and expertise of these developers from Ummendorf in the animal park simulation genre.
"Wildlife Camp Africa" will appear in March 2010 exclusively on PC, priced 29.99 Euros. The game will be published by bitComposer Games and distributed in Germany, Austria and Switzerland by NAMCO BANDAI Partners Germany.