Project Rescue - Africa
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 10
  • 1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
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Project Rescue - Africa 

Protect Africa's greatest treasures in Project Rescue - Africa Deluxe, a wonderful wildlife experience. Poachers and unkind conditions have led to the dwindling of the once-majestic African savannah. With your care and help, nature can restore order and bring life back to this preserve. Do you have the skills to keep the dreaded poachers away and maintain the savannah safe for generations to come?

  • keeps the African savannah thriving in this rewarding time management endeavor
  • feed, protect, and rescue critters in over 50 amazing challenges
  • purchase food, obtain medical supplies, and upgrade your preserve
  • play three types of mini-games and keep the dreaded poachers away
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Reviews of Project Rescue - Africa
 | Added on: February 9, 2011
 
Well I think sportygal2009 says it all about how to play the game and what it’s all about. I have to agree if you suffer with arthritis or tendon trouble in your fingers/hands etc then this may be a little tough on you. For me, the game was fun and I loved how cute the cubs were when you bought cheaters and lions. The poachers you really begin to hate, especially when they kill one of your animals. It is fast paced and the upgrades are not too hard to achieve. SPOILER BEWARE: The reason I marked this game down a star was because of one stage, which I found quite distressing. At the beginning of this stage most of your animals die as you don’t have enough money to feed them all. I know in other games animal/people die, however, it’s because they looked quite real and they kind of lay down and died ~ maybe it’s just me and I’m too soft! Anyway, in all, I liked this game, I got a double click button on my mouse just for such games (where a lot of clicking is involved). It was definitely addictive and cute to boot!
 | Added on: February 11, 2011
 
Premise of the game is that you are raising different types of animals, you are feeding them, you are clicking on them to produce coins, and you are protecting them from poachers. There are baby animals that must grown into adults before they are ready to be transported via helicopter. Really cute game with a unique bent. Have to agree with others that I'm not too fond of all the clicking - not so much that I mind doing it, but I don't appreciate the wear and tear on my mouse's batteries. I'd be replacing them daily if I played this game too much. Also didn't really like so much sparkling for so many different reasons on the animals - makes it too confusing to know which are producing coins, which are ready to fly, some of the sparkling I'm not even sure what it meant - growing up? Is that the one with the suns? It is a cute theme and the graphics are nice, this seems to be a well made game. Seems to have some good depth with all the upgrades and the different types of animals. Wish you could use keyboard keys instead of mouse clicks for this one though. 4 stars. Read more: http://www.gamezebo.com/download-games/project-rescue-africa/user-reviews#ixzz1DXAvgCrx
 | Added on: February 14, 2011
 
I rated this as "challenging" and "fast paced" but it's challenging and the fast-paced in all the wrong ways. Click-click-click to get money from an animal. Click-click-click to get rid of the poacher. Click-click-click to make the helicopter go faster. Waaaay too clicky. Now I like fast-paced games like Diner Dash and Farm Frenzy. But this is just... wrong. Also the "bonus" stuff you buy is not well thought out. It's hard to see what you're "buying" before you buy it ( and do you even have a choice? ). It's hard to access the bonus stuff in the game. I'm not even sure what it's purpose is. I only played 5 levels before I quit. By that time the poachers were coming at me in twos and threes and I felt like I was in an action game, not a time management game.
 | Added on: September 6, 2011
 
I like to try different genre of games and this one I am very glad I gave this one a try. The idea of clicking on an animal because it gives you more of a payout is a great strategy. The animals get sick and you have to heal them along with watching out for hunters and releasing the animals in the wild when they are ready. Trying to reach a gold cup each game does make it quite challenging. Making quick choices like choosing which animal to click on to make more money or choosing to get the plane flying faster and the last minute two hunters show up. This really kept my attention up and was engaging.
 | Added on: February 7, 2011
 
In this game you are buying animals and food for them. When they are grown enough, they get a yellow "sunlight sparkle" around them and you click on them. The more you click on them, the more money you get. When you start getting more money you should then put more animals out on the field however you do have to watch your cash and the food supply so animals don't run out because then they don't grow. You then click on the helicopter to rescue them. It also takes a bit for the helicopter to charge back up to use again however when the map comes up on the screen you can click, click, click to speed it up. Sometimes the animals also get sick and you have to click on the medical kit to heal them. There are also "poachers" that try and shoot your animals so you have to click on those as well to get rid of them so they don't harm your animals. Well... As much as I wanted to like this game here, I could only cope with this game for maybe 3 or 4 levels because every TM game I've played has "clicking" on things to move forward in the game which I expect and usually isn't a problem but in my opinion if you are arthritically challenged such as myself as I have RA, this game is way too much click, click, click madness on things - overkill - as you have to click several times on the animals to get your money and click on the poachers as well. I was finding that a few animals would be grown at the same time and also the poachers would come as you can't just put one animal out there at a time that is if you want to finish the level in time to either get silver or gold trophy and go to the next level. Granted and brace yourself here as I can type about 100 words a minute including a few typos thrown in there, which you just may find a few since my right hand has a cramp in it from this game here. That's all I do all day long at work. This I find to be a whole different ball game so to speak than using your mouse to constantly click, click, click. Just way too much madness for me. What I played of this you can also make upgrades to the park and also the helicopter to hold more animals but these upgrades don't help with the constantly click, click, click. Other than this I would of found this to be a pretty good game here. Nice graphics as well. This is my reason for 3 stars. I found it to be an OK game but not for very long. So as I always say in my reviews: Give it a whirl and decide for yourself. Just a warning to the arthritically challenged out there. You may or may not have a problem with this game however I did. If you decide to download it, I hope you enjoy it.
 | Added on: February 7, 2011
 
this is a great TMG. how cool to raise awareness of wildlife's needs. the graphics and sound are great-not only the music, but the sounds the animals make while they're little and when they grow up. how cool to help them get better-grow up, and then release them back to their habitat. it really looks like Africa-well from what i see on TV. and since i'll probably never be able to go there, this is a cool game to have. the upgrades help with raising/transporting the animals. they actually look like babies, and then grow up. u get more coins by clicking on an animal when he's producing coins. u have to be mindful of keeping them fed. u can also speed the helicopter up-it takes them to their new homes. i like that the animals get different foods-grass for warthogs, zebras, rhinos-meat for cheetahs. i can't wait to show this game to my niece and nephews. they're gonna love it, too!!!!!
 | Added on: February 23, 2011
 
This game is so much fun. The only problem with the game is that the animals are so cute and realistic looking, that it may be a little much for the younger children to handle seeing the outcome of some of the animals when they die. The mini games are a lot of fun to play and give you a somewhat needed break from trying to complete the levels. I would recommend this game.
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