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  • Summary: *** Welcome to YOUR Jurassic Park!***Based on the ground breaking film franchise “Jurassic Park,” experience your own thrilling interactive journey on the mysterious Isla Nublar! Here's your chance to build your own Jurassic Park from the ground up! As a Park owner, nurture and grow various dinosaur species through the discovery of amber filled with dinosaur DNA. With help from your friends, turn the DNA into eggs, place them in your park and grow them until they reach adult size. To evolve, your dinosaurs have to be fed plants or meat depending on their respective diets. As a Park manager, you'll need to make sure your park is constantly fueled with enough goods to feed all the dinosaurs by managing the flow of imports at the port. Finally, build a road for your visitors so they can go around and explore your creation. To entertain your guests and collect more funds, you will have to be creative and decorate your parks and build various attractions and buildings such as amusement centers, hotels, restaurants, and security offices. ‘Code Red’ mode allows you to maximize your gains further and also prevent the dinosaurs from escaping and wreaking havoc on the island. But to access that mode, you'll have to grow at least 5 carnivores!Along the way, you'll encounter familiar characters from the Jurassic Park movies such as, Dr. Ian Malcolm, or John Hammond, who will help you advance in your journey by giving you missions to fulfill.Jurassic Park Builder features:• 30 different dinosaur species to collect & grow.• Live multi-player gameplay with Facebook friends and other Jurassic Park fans• Built-in social features (ability to visit, help and gift friends).• Stunning visual & audio effects with 3-D animations.Begin your wonderful adventure and start building! Expand
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  1. Jul 24, 2012
    Jurassic Park Builder's core gameplay certainly doesn't break new ground, but it builds a solid experience with its old materials. Even if you master dinosaur wrangling, however, don't get too confident: life finds a way (to eat you alive).
  2. Jul 31, 2012
    Jurassic Park Builder may not be a super deep simulation with tons of factors to micromanage, but it is a well-made freemium simulation that's far less restrictive than many of its peers. Plus it's dinosaurs. Dinosaurs, people.
  3. Jul 31, 2012
    Jurassic Park Builder is an idealized version of the park: All you can do is make money, and nobody gets eaten.
  4. Jul 31, 2012
    Personally, we think it's a good management sim that's worth pouring at least $6 into. That'll give you a solid foundation with a fast track to scoring resources at a fairly consistent clip; it also helps if you're a Jurassic Park and/or dinosaur fan. However, if the mere thought of in-app purchases makes you cringe, this simply isn't the game for you.
  5. Nov 14, 2012
    It's a typical free-to-play game, but still it's addictive and the Jurassic Park license is indeed a nice feature. If you enjoy these kinds of games, and don't mind switching tomatoes and farms for dinosaurs, then it's worth checking out.
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  1. Sep 29, 2013
    A free-to-play Jurassic Park themed city builder/social game that is brought down by frequent freezing and the inability to always connect to its servers. The actual gameplay is entertaining and it's fun to manage your very own Jurassic Park and see what kind of dinosaurs you can unlock. It's filled with characters and reference to the show so it also gets points for fan service. The problem with the game is that it constantly freezes forcing me to restart me phone. It also can't always connect to a server. These issues bring down what otherwise could have been a great game. Expand