Dinosaur Safari

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Risk the Dangers of Time Travel to Capture Dinosaurs on Film

Solid Science and Fantastic Fun!

Ever wonder what it was really like when dinosaurs freely roamed the earth? Well, you're about to find out! Get ready to enter your time machine... the Kronos Sphere... and blast back through time to the Mesozoic Era.

You have a job to do.

You've been hired by the National Chronographic Society to bring back photos of every dinosaur you see. And it won't be easy. You'll be looking for them in 310 different locations. Sometimes they'll be there. Other times they will cleverly avoid you. But you must keep looking.

It's worth the effort.

As you capture the dinosaurs on film, you'll fill data crystals with your images, which you will return to the Society for payment. Once you've completed your early assignments you'll also be given more advanced tools... a video camera, radar, and a dinosaur lure.

Be careful.

It's easy to get caught up in studying the way the continents have shifted, or in observing the dinosaurs' world. But don't forget, a dinosaur could be lurking anywhere... and some of them defend their territory very aggressively!

Have fun.

This multimedia adventure has been developed by a team of designers and scientists from the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. Not only will it provide hours of enjoyment, but because it's based on solid science, we know you're also going to learn something new each time you play.

Requirements: For MPC: 386SX or above, Win 3.1/3.11 Only (will not run on Windows 95/98), 4 MB RAM, Hard Drive with 1 MB of free space, SuperVGA resolution with 256 colors, SoundCard with Windows drivers, CD-ROM drive with 150 k/sec. transfer rate, 380 ms or less access rate, and MS-CDEX 2.2 or later.

Requirements: For Macintosh: System 7.0 or later, 2 MB free RAM, minimum 13" color monitor with 640 x 480 resolution and 8-bit display, CD-ROM drive with 150 k/sec. transfer rate, 380ms or less access rate recommended, CD-ROM extensions required.

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