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Wallace & Gromit in Project Zoo

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Wallace & Gromit in Project Zoo

Developer: Frontier Developments
Publisher: BAM! Entertainment
Platforms: GameCube, PlayStation 2, Windows, Xbox
Released in US: October 7, 2003 (PS2), October 14, 2003 (GCN/Xbox)
Released in EU: October 3, 2003 (GCN/PS2/Xbox), October 31, 2003 (Windows)

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This article is a work in progress.
...Well, all the articles here are, in a way. But this one moreso, and the article may contain incomplete information and editor's notes.

Wallace & Gromit in Project Zoo is a 3D platform/action-adventure game featuring evil mastermind penguin Feathers McGraw, who conducts a large-scale criminal diamond-producing operation by enslaving all the animals in a zoo with massive mines and a volcano complex located deep underground - and it's up to Gromit (who can apparently do more stuff than Wallace) to stop him!


Read about prototype versions of this game that have been released or dumped.
Prototype Info
Read about prerelease information and/or media for this game.
Prerelease Info

Debug Options

To do:
Get videos or screenshots of these actions and/or add descriptions of what they do.

By adding these strings to C:\ProgramData\ProjectZoo\Options.txt and/or C:\Users\%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\
VirtualStore\ProgramData\ProjectZoo on the PC version, you can enable various normally-inaccessible debug options.

Allow Cutscene Skip:1
Skip Titles:1
Skip Banners:1
Skip intro movie:1
Skip final movie:1
Debug Text:1
Debug Behaviour:1
Debug Reset Point:1
Enable Cheats:1
Show Particles:0
Start Point:1
Camera FlyOnController:1
Gromit Air Movement:4.000000
Gromit Air Turning:0.200000
Camera Ignore Slowmo:1


The game files make many internal references to "DogsTaleLand", the internal name for Dog's Life. This is likely due to the fact that both games use the same engine, FGDK3.