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While half of  Simplz: Zoo is spent improving the zoo itself, the other half is spent playing a match-3 puzzle game to gather the resources needed to keep the zoo running and expanding. Each exhibit purchased comes with a new power-up or token that will be added to the match-3 game. As the zoo expands and changes so does the match-3 game, fueled by the choices made in purchasing exhibits.  Simplz: Zoo  puts the game play in the hands of the player allowing players to customize it to whatever suits them best.

This unique blend of gameplay  isn't the only thing unique to  Simplz: Zoo as the puzzle half of the game features a variety of different types of match-3 puzzles including the clearing of tiles and chains, getting boxes to the bottom of the board, and our unique Animal Trail levels where players will need to make matches in front of an animal in order for it to reach its goal! Players will also discover the joy of diagonal movement and we promise that after trying it they'll never look at a match-3 board in quite the same way again!
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