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ZOOLORETTO EXPANSIONS

Zooloretto Expansion 1: Three Extra Enclosures - PANDA, CHIMP, CAMEL


The standard Zooloretto rules are used, with the following addition:
The three new enclosure tiles are placed in the middle of the table at the start of the game. There is one tile for three
specific animals = three total for the middle.
On each tile, there is space for two animals of the species shown (Panda, Chimp, or Camel).
Using a money action, a player can pay two coins to buy the enclosure of his choice from the middle of the table.
/Best played with 2 to 5 players./

Zooloretto Expansion 2: Petting Zoo


There are five petting zoos in the game.
The standard Zooloretto rules are used, with the following addition:
Every player gets one petting zoo to start the game with. Each petting zoo counts as an additional enclosure with
space for two animal offspring tiles. With fewer than five players, remove the petting zoos that are not needed.
Every time a player receives an animal offspring tile, he can choose where it is to be placed: in the normal enclosure,
in the petting zoo, or in the stable.
If he decides to put it into the petting zoo, he receives one coin from the bank.
If it is the second animal offspring tile, he receives two coins instead.
Two different kinds of animal offspring tiles can be placed in the petting zoo.
Tiles in the petting zoo score no points at the end of the game.
Remember: Every adult can only have one offspring in the game.
/Best played with 3 to 5 players./

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Zooloretto Expansion 3A: The Restaurant


There is one single restaurant tile in the game.
The standard Zooloretto rules are used, with the following addition:
Put the restaurant in the middle of the table, face up.
Anyone can buy it for *three coins* as a money action.
It may only be placed on both of two adjacent spaces allowed for the vending stalls when empty (example - at the #4
space enclosure in the top right).
If you have the restaurant, every vending stall you have is worth two points at the end of the game, *regardless of
type*.
The restaurant itself counts as a vending stall and therefore counts for two points as well.
You many not buy the restaurant if you have do not have the two empty adjacent free spaces where it is allowed.
The restaurant also can never be moved.
/Best played with 2 to 4 players./

Zooloretto Expansion 3B: The Souvenir Shop


There is one single souvenir shop tile in the game.
The standard Zooloretto rules are used, with the following addition:
The souvenir shop is displayed in the middle of the table, face up.
It counts as a vending stall.
The first player who gets an offspring receives the souvenir shop for free. Its owner gets one point for every single
offspring round token at the end of the game.
Exception: This does not occur if the souvenir shop is in the barn.
/Best played with 2 to 5 players./

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Zooloretto Expansion 3C: The Pavilion


There are two pavilion tiles in the game.
The standard Zooloretto rules are used, with the following addition:
Both pavilions are displayed in the middle, face up.
You may buy a pavilion with a money action for *three coins*.
The pavilion is placed on an empty animal space in an enclosure. The pavilion thus makes it easier to fill an
enclosure.
Both pavilions may be put into the same enclosure.
A pavilion may be bought only if it can be placed in an empty animal space in an enclosure.
It cant be moved or removed once placed.
/The pavilion thus functions like a sort of Joker./
/Best played with 3 to 5 players./

More Variants for 2 Players Only


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Instead of removing three animal types, only remove two.

2.

All five zoo expansions start the game in the middle and not attached to your zoo. Both players can buy them.
One could even have all five!