If you ever thought you could build a better dinosaur theme park than they did in the Jurassic Park movies — with fewer deaths and catastrophes — this is the game for you


What if the Jurassic Park movies were void of corrupt, questionable characters, and the parks flourished instead of crumbling into catastrophic failure?

Well, for one, there wouldn’t be any Jurassic Park movies. And two, it gives the opportunity for video games that will let you do what Jurassic Park characters couldn’t: create the perfect dinosaur theme park.

I’ve been playing “Jurassic World Evolution” for the last couple of weeks for many, many hours, and anyone who has a hint of fondness towards dinosaurs and the Jurassic Park movies will surely share my enjoyment.

Check out “Jurassic World Evolution” in a nutshell:

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You can build your own dinosaur theme park that doesn’t make the same mistakes in the movies, where hundreds of people die as a result of questionable actions.

You can design absolutely everything in your theme park, like the dino enclosures, what type of fences you use, and what dinos you incubate. But you have to manage your dino’s happiness, as well as your guests’.

There’s a campaign mode where you need to complete contracts and missions for three different divisions — Science, Entertainment, and Security — to unlock building upgrades and special dinosaurs like the Indoraptor.

There’s no real story in the campaign mode, and it only serves to make you work to unlock all the dinosaurs you can possibly get in the game, as well as building upgrades to make your parks better.

I’d absolutely complete the campaign mode to get all those unlockable extras. That way, you can build the best possible park on Isla Nublar, the original Jurassic Park island. It’s a large island with lots of open space to let your creative juices freely flow for your perfect park.

It’s also a good way to learn how the game works to build your ultimate park.

To make dinosaurs, you have to use your Expedition Center to find fossils around the world, then extract the DNA to get a more complete dino genome. The higher the genome, the higher your dino’s star rating, and ultimately, the higher your park’s star rating.

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