Outback is the fourth zone in the Sky Zoo. It introduces the new challenges of fire and drop bears, and also features numerous small water patches scattered around the stampede zone. Fire can be found on any tree or shrub, and if the player runs into fire, they must find a pool of water and run through it to put the fire out, or the player will burn and fall off the animal they are riding or drop directly down while in mid-air in the middle of a jump. Outback can be unlocked when the player upgrades their ship from Mountains 5 to Outback 1. The overall colour scheme is mainly a dusty orange-red colour to resemble the Australian desert, also known as the outback. Later on, it turns a lighter yellow colour followed by a dark red between 1000 and 2000m and after 2000m respectively. It has rocky walls, making simply going near a wall a risky ploy, and features sections without walls which the player can fall off on one side only. It also has extremely narrow sections, and occasionally at the start, a large central rock which cannot be smashed. Finally, the Outback is unique in that it has windmills and outhouses which can be smashed by animals capable of smashing rocks, which in Outback 5 will make the Spying Fox appear.
For specifics on each part in Outback, see the table below.
Tips and Strategies Edit
Upon release, Outback was designed to be the most difficult map, and consequently, animals were nerfed again and overall difficult to use, especially in a sense. It is recommended to use a running or flying animal up until 2000m, where slower animals, such as camels, flying animals, being flying foxes, and others should be used. Sheep are extremely useful in Outback due to their abilities to push other sheep away and to not reduce the player's lasso size, as well as their stable pace. Wombats are also effective in their ability to act as a safety net if the player hits an obstacle or another animal when angry. Alternatively, drop bears can be utilised in their ability to be immune to obstacles and to eat other animals. Emus and kangaroos are not recommended due to their extreme speed and erratic movement respectively.
Click here for Outback secret animals.
|Sheep||Outback 1||> 0m||8|
|Kangaroo||Outback 1||> 0m||8|
|Drop Bear||Outback 1||> 0m||8|
|Wombat||Outback 2||> 0m||8|
|Emu||Outback 3||> 0m||8|
|Camel||Outback 4||> 1000m||8|
|Flying Fox||Outback 5||> 0m||8|
- The icon for Outback is shaped like Australia, referencing the location which it was based on.
- The term 'Outback' refers to the large area of desert in the centre of Australia which is largely uninhabitable for most common plants and animals, and is home to some of the world's most unique animals, particularly marsupials.
|Outback 1||Outback 2||Outback 3||Outback 4||Outback 5|