Gamer_152 Moderator • @eccentrix said:Oh, nostalgia@hanktherapper said:Nice, write up. I remember loving this game.@crazybagman said:My childhood laid bare. How I love thee.Thank you.@bistro said:My favorite simulation game to this day, unfortunately both sequels moved away from the obsessive detail oriented approach to designing the exhibits themselves and thus just didn't scratch that same itch. I haven't found any comparable zoo management games yet, which is a real shame.I've not played the sequels, but I always thought it was through the exhibits that Zoo Tycoon could be detail-oriented. When you're placing individual trees and rocks as an essential part of play, it pushes it beyond what games like Rollercoaster Tycoon were doing. Personally, I think we may be due for a spiritual successor to Zoo Tycoon. We got a modern successor to SimCity in Cities Skylines, Theme Hospital returned as Two Point Hospital, and Rollercoaster Tycoon/Theme Park came back as Parkitect. It feels like Zoo Tycoon's time.