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Author(s): Inyx
total rating:4.79 Gameplay &
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Ceamonks890 4 5 4 4
dmdibl 6 6 5 5
eTux 4 5 4 3
Gerty 5 7 5 4
Jay 4 7 5 5
Jose 3 3 3 5
manarch2 3 5 4 4
MichaelP 4 7 5 5
Nuri 5 4 6 4
Obig 5 6 5 5
Orbit Dream 6 7 5 6
Ryan 4 5 5 4
category averages
(12 reviews)
4.42 5.58 4.67 4.50

Reviewer's comments

"A classic shooter level with raptors, T-rexes, lizard creatures and crocodiles. I wished that there were some puzzles built in, because only shooting enemies and pulling levers gets boring after a while. Level decoration was weak as well. I liked the jurassic park-logo being here and there, but other than that and some computer terminals, there was nothing impressive about the visuals. Oh and animals dropping items is not cool! That probably made me miss lots of equipment." - Nuri (04-Jun-2019)

"Only a shooter level with a lot of reptiles to deal with (small dinos, poisonous, raptors and TRex) and not an extra gun to use, 'cause the shotgun appeared near the very end; well, at least there is a cannon to deal with the TRex. Very few pickups too, only a couple of medipacks, no flares and some ammo for guns I never found. The different areas are reasonably builded and textured, but the gameplay is poor, only pressing buttons to open doors. Use a savegame editor to add weapons and ammo or you'll lose a lot of time killing all the animals with the pistols. I think only entertaining for pure shooters, but not for me." - Jose (15-Jan-2018)

"Roughly twenty minutes of Jurassic mayhem as Lara battles her way past massed ranks of reptilian adversaries, some of whom are thoughtful enough to leave ammo or medipacks (don't ask). There's really not much more going on here, so unless you really love shooters and/or have had a very bad day at the office, I couldn't really recommend this." - Jay (30-Dec-2017)

"This level follows the same format as Isla Nublar, ie shoot every breed of dinosaur you can imagine and then some, proceed through bland, repetitively textured environments and do a spot of switch hunting. So if you are a shooter fan, this may appeal to you (I freely admit I'm not one)." - Ryan (03-Sep-2016)

"A decidedly average shooter where you have to exterminate all the dinosaurs(and the odd snake here and there), if you want to have any chance of getting out alive. And I'll be perfectly honest in the fact that I simply didn't have an enjoyable time going through this one unfortunately. Gameplay is quite tedious(if you don't have enough ammunition for the stronger weaponry), level design was painfully blocky and uninspired, texturing, lighting and general atmosphere were incredibly bland and above all else, enemies and objects just felt thrown in, not necessarily adding a whole lot onto the overall environment as a whole. In conclusion though, I'd only really recommend this level towards those who are either looking for something completely mindless to play through or for fans of shooters in general, as this release will quickly bore those who crave levels with a good amount of variety and a more cerebral challenge on top of that. So make sure to keep that in mind, if you're still interested in giving this one a shot." - Ceamonks890 (05-Oct-2014)

"As some reviewers mentioned this level is probably the second level of the builder's series, I played this one after "Isla Nublar", and I found it slightly better. The texturing is more decent, still many mistakes, but there was no wallpaper effect for me. The whole setting had still a too blocky and unrealistic feel, and there still were a lot of raptors to shoot, but there were some more highlights in this level (using the cannon to shoot a T-Rex) and this was was more player-friendly. There are few more health kits provided and most of the enemies could be killed without loosing too much health. However (and thus this level still doesn't get a much better rating) I was not able to finish this level because the button that - according to the WT - has to be pushed twice didn't open the door for me so I just quitted the level after about 15 minutes, but luckily I was near the end so I didn't miss too much." - manarch2 (10-Jan-2012)

"The level doesn't leave you with a shadow of a doubt as to what its inspiration is, as somewhere in the middle of it you stumble on a huge Jurassic Park logo. Not that you'd have many doubts before that too - as what you do before and after that moment to the very last minute of the 20 or so minute game is shooting heaps of dinosaurs and reptiles. It's occasionally freshened up with an encounter with the T-Rex (whom you can take out with the conveniently placed cannon) and I seem to remember seeing at least one human enemy along the way, but essentially it's Sophia vs Velociraptors here with little innovation beyond that. The looks are entirely functional, though I did get a bit confused leaving the level with some doors left unopened. The most complex it gets gameplaywise is you having to figure out where you can afford to conserve the MP5 ammo and where it will speed up the process, but only if you ever consider to bother going to such lengths. This is a shooter that doesn't pretend to be much else than that - and though the rocket gun and Sophia as a playable character might be a bit gimmicky (in context of the level), that's as much diversion as you get. If this sounds appealing, give it a go." - eTux (11-Jul-2010)

"On the whole level we have to kill dinosaurs. There are many: small, toxic, and a T-Rex what we can kill by the ordnance. We will meet with some armed too. Interesting, sometimes you get ammos when you killed the dinosaurs. For me was some locked doors, and I haven't find any secrets. Textures fits for this Jurassic Park level." - Obig (25-May-2010)

"Aptly titled and appropriately in the Shooter category, this is 20 minutes of running and shooting all sorts of dinosaurs, primarily raptors. Fun, when you are in the mood for it, boring, when you are not. Still, using the cannon against the T-Rex is great either way." - MichaelP (14-May-2010)

"This is definitely a shooter, not of guards or workmen, no.. of raptors. Be aware that medipacks are scares in the beginning and also if you found a save spot, the raptors will take care of the poisonous lizards. The best was that canon one could use for the T-rex and later you do get some help of some guys for the other one. For the rest, it is running, swimming and flipping levers/buttons, oh and shooting." - Gerty (19-Jan-2010)

"A companion piece to "Isla Nublar," featuring Jurassic Park logos and a lot of raptors to shoot. One T-rex can be blown away with an aircraft cannon. The design work is basic. Health packs and ammo for the MP5 are limited, so the point of the game is for Lara to adopt a strategy to deal with the raptors. This often means luring them out, then Lara runs back and leaps on a crate, where she is safe to shoot the raptors with pistols. In most places Lara must retreat to a secure position or the raptors will overwhelm her. At the end of the game Lara had 80 rounds left for the MP5. Then I read the walkthrough and found I had missed a big secret with push blocks, switches for a couple of doors, and a swim through a crocodile tank to encounter a second T-rex. So Lara retraced steps to get the secret rocket launcher. The T-rex consumes all the rockets, all the ammo from the MP5, and eventually has to be killed with pistols. If you miss this secret go back for it, as it adds to the level." - dmdibl (31-Dec-2009)

"Considering this level built before the author's previous 'Isla Nublar',I approached it with a degree of caution;but I have to say that it's pretty enjoyable stuff! Gameplay predominantly consists of shooting every possible breed of Dinosaur you've ever encountered in the TR Universe (including a particularly frenetic battle at the very start),but you're given just enough ammo and just enough medi-packs to make the killings more interetsing than your usual 'shoot everything that moves' adventure;indeed,you actually have to come up with some sort of strategy so as not to loose too much health in any one battle.Eyes need to be kept peeled for some rather sneaky (but ever so useful)secrets;and there are several tense moments involving dark corridors and cages with raptors behind. Lighting and textures are adequate for the job in hand,although nothing more;and atmosphere likewise. Does this matter,when all you want are battles with prehistoric enemies? Well,it would be a help;but the masterstroke here must surely be the anti-aircraft gun with which to combat the T-Rex - the most fun i've had in a Shooter for years!" - Orbit Dream (03-Oct-2009)
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