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02/26/2014
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

Bamberg, February 26 2014. The developers of My Free Zoo ( http://www.myfreezoo.com) have come up with something entirely new for the popular zoo simulation: with the shopping center, all snack booths and souvenir shops can now be placed under one roof, as upjers, producers of free browser games announced today.

It’s not just the animals that play an important part in the tycoon and business simulation game My Free Zoo. All virtual zoo directors are able to profit from the numerous sources of revenue, such as souvenir stores, cafés, and burger stalls, the game includes. Up until now, these could be placed between the enclosures and pathways leading through My Free Zoo.

Today, upjers have got a true novelty for all players: with the shopping mall, these stores can be gathered under one single roof. The virtual customers then will ensure that the money keeps rolling in! One of the many advantages this offers to all players of My Free Zoo: as the shopping arcades are bigger on the inside than on the outside, players can move a large amount of shops into them, and thus make room in their zoos for enclosures and animals.

The team of My Free Zoo didn’t forget to include decorations specifically created for the use inside malls either: with posters of animals, wall clocks and neon signs, players can make the insides of their temples of shopping even prettier.

The new feature “shopping mall” on My Free Zoo – only to be found under https://en.upjers.com/my-free-zoo

About Upjers:

Upjers ( http://en.upjers.com/) founded in 2006 and headquartered in Bamberg, Germany are one of the foremost developers and publishers of browser games. Over 60 million players worldwide have registered in at least one game of Upjers. Their diverse portfolio comprises action, strategy, and social games and offers a thrilling gaming experience for all players in more than 26 languages. Upjers' browser games have their finger on the pulse of their community and offer motivation, passion and suspense on a steady high level: awards such as “Browser Game of the Year” and “MMO of the Year” confirm this statement! Employee or part of the community, the perspective matters little: Anybody who loves games is welcome!

For further details on the company, please visit company.upjers.com.

 

 
   
   
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