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A breakout is planned by the farm animals from the petty zoo! Enough is enough! They can no longer deal with kids touching them, poking them, prodding them, screaming at them. They must get out or die trying! It's your task to solve the puzzles on each level to allow the animals to roll to freedom! Use various objects in each level to grant freedom to each animal. Pumpkins, onions, bales of hay, carts, wheels, boxes, barrels etc can be used to help you free those animals! Have fun!
Do you like to visit the Zoo, and do you also enjoy to play a cool web game for free? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free Zoo Escape game online.
Mouse click on gray objects to make them disappear. Click on bird cages to allow animals or objects within to fall out. Create explosive chain reactions by making an object hit the cylinder of gas.
According to WikiPedia escape games is is a subgenre of point-and-click adventure web game which requires a player to escape from imprisonment by exploiting their surroundings. They are usually created as a free online game, and are easily accessible on the web. The surroundings usually consists of a locked door, objects to manipulate, and hidden clues or secret compartments. The player must use the objects to interact with other items in the room to reveal a way to escape. The popularity of these online games has led to the development of real-life escape rooms all around the world. Most escape games play from a first-person perspective, where the player must click on objects to interact with them.
Zoo is short for zoological park or zoological garden, and also called a menagerie. It is a facility in which animals are confined within enclosures, displayed to the public, and in which they may also be bred. The abbreviation "zoo" was first used of the London Zoological Gardens, which opened for scientific study in 1828 and to the public in 1847. The number of major animal collections open to the public around the world now exceeds 1,000, around 80 percent of them in cities. The predecessor of the zoological garden is the menagerie, which has a long history from the ancient world to modern times. The oldest known zoological collection was revealed during excavations at Hierakonpolis, Egypt in 2009, of a ca. 3500 B.C. menagerie. The exotic animals included hippos, hartebeest, elephants, baboons and wildcats.