Bamberg, November 28, 2017. Renowned developer and publisher of apps and browser games upjers is bringing its portfolio to Steam. My Free Zoo (http://store.steampowered.com/app/694130/My_Free_Zoo/) is blazing the trail. The successful zoo tycoon game is now available on Valve’s online distribution platform.
My Free Zoo is one of the many ongoing success stories in the upjers collection. Players have been making their own virtual zoos in the browser game for around six years now. New animals and attractions increase the zoo’s popularity, attracting swarms of visitors and letting the registers ring. Of course, you can also breed baby animals, which are always a huge hit with the visitors.
The game enjoys regular updates and new features. Just recently, the game added the exciting possibility of traveling to a Serengeti region, where different animals can be kept in mixed enclosures. Countless in-game events provide additional entertainment and shower the loyal community with sensational prizes.
“With Steam release of My Free Zoo, we’re staying the course with our multi-platform strategy,” says upjers CEO Klaus Schmitt. “This allows us to reach new audiences, who will be sure to have just as much fun with upjers game as our existing community.”
Another game is already waiting in the wings after My Free Zoo. Next, the Bamberg free-to-play games provider will be launching Uptasia on Steam. Uptasia captivates players with an unusual mix of hidden object game and tycoon. Of course, all upjers games on Steam can be played for free.
Check out the Steam version of My Free Zoo here: