Our concept: An innovative suspense based FPS, involving mutli-tasking in complex outdoor environments with exploration elements, realistic recreations of dinosaurs and a compelling story.

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chris_sloany Jun 5 2009 says:

OMFG!! that looks sooo epic!!! maybe a little bit bigger. well, actually, it looks like an albertasoaurs, so maybe the size proportion is right. anyway looks fantastic!!

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Callinstead09 Jun 5 2009 says:

It's like "walking with dinosaurs" in game form

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PytoX Jun 5 2009 says:

That's awesome :D

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ChestyMcGee Jun 5 2009 says:

Astoundingly good.

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Pyrefly Jun 5 2009 says:

looks like that old game carnivore or whatever it was called

very well done

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VanHeckske Jun 7 2009 says:

the woods look dark and creepy...me like ^^

Ha..so, will the dinosaurs actually chase you in the woods ? will it be fun?

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Ma_Loon Jun 15 2009 says:

I am amazed at the creation of dinosaurs here, bless your talents.

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[Q]uik Jun 29 2009 says:

stunning.. man STUNNING=P great, but... i think it looks kinnda small, is it a T-rex or?... anyway design wise and so ABSOLUTLY STUNNING! how come ur modders and not into a game company?!?!

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arieas Sep 3 2009 says:

Looking very atmospheric, and very realistic. Great work

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Craka_J Nov 20 2009 says:


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Lost_World_Returns Nov 22 2009 says:

I can confirm that this is our Albertosaurus model. We've run tests and the animal can be hidden while only a couple of metres away from the player. It is even more impressive in pale scrub-lands where the animal can blend into the backdrop (even while theoretically visible).

Albertosaurs represented a branch of smaller and faster Tyrannosaurids. Even as adults they maintained proportions which were closer to juvenile members of other species than to adults. With its relatively long legs it can close a surprising distance with only two or three steps.

Albertosaurus is large enough to make short work of a human being - but its smaller size allows it to move much faster and fit under branches and into smaller spaces than the larger species. Bigger isn't always better.

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projektariel Nov 22 2009 says:

WOW... simply WOW. Looking forward to see it in motion! :)

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3000yrdshot Nov 26 2009 says:

lol looking at all the pics I dont think my computer will be able to run this very well I could put it on low or setch mode but that would defeat the purpose of its beauty :P

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sam_23694 Jun 8 2010 says:

thats gonna suck havin that snap at u
time for g_godmode :F

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Memmnochlucien Aug 6 2010 says:

wow i had always hoped that i would get to see something like this and now its here lol this is so awesome i do have one question because i don't know where to do to share my thoughts so here it is......... will dinosaurs be playable because this seems like the reincarnation or spruced up version of the lost world for the playstation 1 console which rocked cause you could play as a compy and rex a velociraptor and the humans with the guns and to even image the thought of running around as these wicked creatures in free roam environment with friends online that's really the best game in the world plz anyone just let me know plz cause i am very thrilled to be even able to talk about this let alone play it one day soon

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MOD777 Oct 29 2010 says:

Totaly awsome!

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