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

Bamberg, October 27, 2020. Something is brewing in the upjers headquarters… The renowned developer and publisher of online games and apps has prepared all manner of tricks and treats for Halloween in the cross-platform game Zoo 2: Animal Park.

The spookier, the better – Players in Zoo 2: Animal Park ( can line their paths with gravestones, bat flowerbeds and witch restrooms. Event decorations supply players with pumpkins that can be collected at regular intervals.

Pumpkins allow players to pick up a variety of prizes: a coffin bench, black tulips, a bat fountain or even Halloween-themed paths. The grand prize is a squirrel monkey with skull-like facial markings that can be accommodated in a forest enclosure.

The Halloween event in Zoo 2: Animal Park runs from October 27 to November 3, 2020, at 12:00 pm CET. Following the event, players will have another week to redeem their pumpkins or buy any pumpkins missing for their desired prizes.

About Zoo 2: Animal Park:

Launched as an app in April 2020, Zoo 2: Animal Park ( stormed the charts in the app stores within just a few short months. Cute 3D zoo animals, that even interact with players, hit the mark in the upjers community and captivate old and new players alike. The gaming app has since passed the ten million download threshold, and the cross-platform game is now available as a browser game and on Steam.

About upjers:

upjers ( proves that the dream of turning a hobby into a successful start-up isn't just a fairy tale. The company has become one of the leading developers of browser games and apps in Germany and employs over 120 people at the Bamberg headquarters. Over 100 million players worldwide have registered for an upjers game – on top of that, upjers apps have been download over 20 million times. upjers games are also available on Steam and Amazon. The broad range of titles encompasses everything from tycoons over business simulations to strategy games.


Press Contact:

upjers GmbH

Claudia Pilz

PR Manager

E-Mail: [email protected] 

Tel: +49 (951) 510 908 104