||(Win95/98/Me/XP) (Retail) (VIRTDINOPR)
Does not work on Vista
or Windows 7.
||(Win95/98/Me/XP) (Jewel Case) (VIRTDINOPJ)
Does not work on
Vista or Windows 7.
Bring Long-Extinct Creatures Back to
Get up close and personal with 50 different species of
dinosaurs, follow in the footsteps of famous paleontologists, travel the world
in search of fossils, and even dig up and assemble your own animated dinosaurs.
It's all there beneath the Eyewitness Museum, plus plenty of 3D models,
interactive exhibits, animations and video, even simulated dinosaur sounds.
Enter the suberranean world beneath the Eyewitness Museum
and travel a quarter of a billion years into the past, when dinosaurs like the
terrifying Tyrannosaurus and the vicious Velociraptor stalked the prehistoric
earth. In this spectacular 3D environment, you'll learn about dinosaurs by
searching for fossils to assemble and bring to life as fully animated
dinosaurs. On your way to the Dinosaur Excavation Site, travel through time
tunnels, visit the Arena, watch videos and animations, take interactive
quizzes, and even listen to specially simulated dinosaur sounds.
More than just a guide to these fascinating creatures,
Eyewitness Virtual Reality Dinosaur Hunter lets you become an intrepid dinosaur
hunter as you explore the prehistoric past.
Inside the Dinosaur Arena zoom in on
brilliantly rendered, fully animated 3D dinosaurs in the Arena, and learn all
about dinosaur behavior, anatomy, and movement through interactive
Time tunnels take you from the Triassic through the
Cretaceous periods. Along the way, watch videos and animations and manipulate
3D objects to learn more about each dinosaur.
Take the elevator down to the Excavation Site, dig
for fossilized bones to piece together - and when your dinosaur is complete,
watch it come to life and roam around the museum. Six partially completed
skeletons are included.
Interactive Exhibits. 3D models let you maipulate
dino-related artifacts and amazing dinosaur parts.
Packed with facts, each Dino Profile includes
information on size, habitat, range, feeding habits, major finds, and much
more, accessible through a clear, intuitive interface.
The Dino Online console is your doorway to DK's live
dinosaur magazine on the Internet. Exciting features, competitions, and the
latest dinosaur news and updates are yours to browse. Enter if you dare.
Windows 95/98/Me/XP, 486DX/33MHz, 8Mb RAM, 640 x 480
pixels, 256 color, double-speed CD-ROM drive, 10Mb hard drive space, 8 bit
sound card, loudspeakers or headphones, mouse.
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