Jurassic World: The Game combines a park-builder and a dinosaur-themed fighting. It differentiates from standard games of such type by its great-looking animations and diverse gameplay, which bring you an exciting gaming experience. Graphics 4,5/5 Jurassic World doesn’t offer vivid graphics in the park builder mode, featuring just washed-out gray ...
Jurassic World: The Game Review
Jurassic World: The Game combines a park-builder and a dinosaur-themed fighting. It differentiates from standard games of such type by its great-looking animations and diverse gameplay, which bring you an exciting gaming experience.
Jurassic World doesn’t offer vivid graphics in the park builder mode, featuring just washed-out gray fairgrounds. However, the dinosaur models look stunning and move like the creatures we remember from the original movies.
The beasts roar, stomp, fan their wings and scarf down any food you provide. And as you evolve your dinosaurs for better battle performance, they take on interesting markings and brighter hues.
The main purpose of the game is to hatch dinosaurs, build guest structures, and increase park’s footprint, slowly earning money to spend them on more stuff, which will bring you even more money.
Unlike to similar Park Builder game, you won’t have to spend time and resources to remove rocks and other debris, or worry about juggling two separate types of food for dinosaurs — this time there is just one food source, which covers both carnivores and herbivores.
The biggest difference, though, is the Arena mode, which is about a dino-on-dino combat. The fighting system is pretty simple as it‘s point based. Each fight moves along quickly, so the main trick in this mode is to think ahead, planning your attacks and defenses wisely.
You should make use of each dinosaur’s Class Advantage — for example, herbivores have an edge against pterosaurs, but weaker than carnivores.
The Jurassic World game has simple and intuitive controls. In the Arena mode, you fight the rival having the points charged for each attack and defense and the ability to skip your turn to build up more points for your next attack — all depends on your strategy.
The stronger your dinosaur is, the harder it hits. Natural strength counts for a lot so that you better don’t send a camposaurus against a diplodocus. In the multiplayer, you can fight against other players online, but since the match-up process is random rather than level-based, at first, you can expect to get creamed by the stronger rival.
It’s not Mortal Kombat or Street Fighter, but still entertaining enough.
Replay Value 4/5
Given the limited opportunities in the park-building and fighting system, the game may get you bored after some time. However, the reason, which can keep you coming back and be entertained are smooth graphics, great variety of dinosaurs to unlock and multiplayer mode.
Jurassic World is a freemium game. You can download it for free, but then, there are in-app purchases in the form of card packs to level up your park and dinosaurs.
Jurassic World is a great adventure for the fans of the franchise and for those who like construction and fighting games.
You can design the theme park and bring to life more than 50 awesome dinosaurs from the movie to challenge your rivals in earth-shaking battles.Collapse
Jurassic World: The Game delivers a worthwhile follow-up to the well-known Park Builder by bringing an exciting dinosaur fighting to the mix.
Pros : Realistic animations and sounds;
More than 50 great-looking dinosaur models;
Park-builder and dinosaur-themed fighting game mix.
Cons : expensive inapp purchases.
Replay Value 4.0
Average : 4.1