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MIDI & Sound
Ages: 8 to adult
Experience the Ultimate Dinosaur Adventure!
Thundering footsteps shake the ground as a 3-D animated T.rex makes its way through the jungle with a roar that makes you tremble! The original musical score and sound effects combine with factual information and stunning artwork to create an environment that will make you wonder whether these majestic beasts are really extinct!
Over 200 dinosaurs fill the interactive database, which is accompanied by statistical screens and a glossary for easy reference. A narrated description, original music, and realistic sound effects enhance each dinosaur portrait.
Play the role of a paleontologist embarking on a dig. Make your way through the 3-D base camp to find your tools, mission, and pilot, then fly the animated helicopter to Raptor Ridge, where you rappel down a cliff face to search for fossils. Use your tools to gather clues as you chisel away rock, exposing dinosaur bones, and consult the database to help identify fossils.
Challenge your friends to a game of Dinosaur Dilemma, competing to see who can complete the dinosaur skeleton first by answering questions in five categories. Hundreds of questions ensure a fresh game every time you play.
Hours of narration with musical accompaniment plus original, full-length CD-quality scores for your listening pleasure.
MS Windows 3.1, 2 MB free RAM, CD-ROM drive, 256 colors, Sound Board/ Speakers.
Multimedia World, December 1993
DinoSource's visual elements are designed to take full advantage of the computer medium with shimmering surface textures, surreal neon blends and other-worldly renderings. The music is subtle but sophisticated, the musical selections work perfectly with the graphics in creating a unique and attention-grabbing dinosaur environment. "As a game, 'Dinosaur Dig' is fairly entertaining, combining an adventure-style interface with some exceptional graphics. But its real value is that it forces the player to do some serious research before successfully classifying the fossils."
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