This page contains Cheats for Zoo Tycoon: Dinosaur Digs organized by sections for PC - Windows. Zoo Tycoon: Dinosaur Digs is a Strategy Tycoon game, made by Blue Fang Games, released on May 19, 2002 and published by Microsoft Game Studios. If you can't find a hint or secret in our list, then please check this page periodically for the latest updates.
- Developer: Blue Fang Games
- Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios
- Genre: Strategy Tycoon
- Release Date: May 19, 2002
- ESRB: Everyone
Rename one of your guests to the following entries...From: d0thjolie
After the game automatically names an exhibit, rename it to one of the following entries...From: moomin
Name a visitor Akiyama...From: w7I0AaIj
To stop a dinosaur from making rubble, use rocks that they like as a fence to keep them out of part of the exhibit, then put trees in that part. Also, for Zoo Tycoon animals, block off part of the exhibit then put terrain that can be trampled there. In their part of the exhibit, put Dirt, Sand, Brown or Gray Stone, or Snow. You can also use water a...From: Draegon
Instead of waiting for a maintenance worker, just buy the same kind of fence and replace the deteriorating part. If you are low on money, pick up the worker and move him to the fence. However, there is no guarantee he will work on it -- they will just walk away....From: sorakeyblade
When you make an exhibit, place three large rocks (which satisfy most animals, but not all --the warthog which is happier with more) and put all the foliage in one corner and a few others scattered through the exhibit but quite a bit apart. If you clump it all in one corner, once the animals are in the green bar with happiness, with thier foliage s...From: Zagrebama
Press [Shift] + 4 to get more money. Note: This will also make your fences deteriorate....From: prince onero
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