Starting today, your Zoo World treats will be giving you a little bit extra.
And soon, a lot extra.
When collecting your hearts, take a moment to check out the new Treats selection page. Each treat has a new (and very familiar) experience bar. That’s because Mastery Levels, like those for Gate collecting and Breeding, have come to Treats! And like the other Mastery Levels, they come bearing gifts.
Every time you feed a treat, your Mastery Level in that treat goes up by one. Once you hit Bronze level, your Hearts will start paying out Zoo Dollars in addition to XP. Treats at Bronze level also cost $5 in Zoo Dollars each, but so long as you harvest them before they turn purple, they’ll turn a tidy profit.
Hit the jump to learn more about the new Treat system.
Treat Mastery Basics
- Treat Mastery unlocks at XP Level 10. All players who are level 10 and above can start now.
- Treats at Bronze level and higher, in exchange for costing a very small amount of zoo dollars when fed, pay a larger amount of zoo dollars when collected.
- As before, Red hearts pay the full amount and Pink hearts pay a smaller amount. Purple hearts do not earn their money back, so make sure to collect while Pink or Red.
Treat Mastery Rewards
Note: All XP amounts remain the same as before. All costs and rewards are Zoo Dollars.
- When first reached: Unlocks the ability to make money when collecting hearts
- Reward when collecting: $10 per Red Heart
- When first reached: 1 days’ worth of Zoo Dollars
- Reward when collecting: $15 per Red Heart
- When first reached: 2 days’ worth of Zoo Dollars
- Reward when collecting: $20 per Red Heart
- When first reached: 3 days’ worth of Zoo Dollars
- Reward when collecting: $25 per Red Heart
- When first reached: 4 days’ worth of Zoo Dollars
- Reward when collecting: $30 per Red Heart
When you visit the Treat screen, it will show you how many treats of each you need to level up. (Hint: the number required doubles with each Mastery Level.)
If you have any questions or ideas about the new Treats, let us know! We’d love to hear your feedback on the Zoo World Forums.