Parkasaurus challenges the player to plan, design and construct fabulous exhibits that maximize both the happiness of their Dinos, and the park guests’ satisfaction and willingness to spend money! Starting with only a dream and an abandoned park the player will discover ground breaking technologies, new attractions and a special bond with each of their Dinos, all captured in stunningly beautiful modernized 3D flat design graphics.

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Expanding the Family Steggos Coming Home Watching the Hatch Valley o’ Dinos.

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Parkasaurus Update #020 : Steggos coming home

We sent our Steggos out into the wild and they’ve found their way back. That’s an analogy for life, and also an analogy for sending out the Parkasaurus tutorial for a little feedback playtesting. At the moment we’re heavily looking at the game after the tutorial, so days 7+ of in-world time. We see so many different directions Parkasaurus can take and look forward to having people help out with those decisions.

And of course, as a reminder in 2 weeks, we’re releasing into Early Access on September 25th (eep!). Thanks to everyone who has been helping spread the news about Parkasaurus and getting our Wishlist numbers up!

Update 020 Topics

  • Expanding the Family
  • Steggos Coming Home
  • Watching the Hatch
  • Valley o’ Dinos

Expanding the Family

The size requirements for each exhibit is dependent on the number of dinosaurs that are living there. If you add a new baby to your dino family you’ll need to increase the exhibit size to keep everyone happy. The easiest way to accomplish this is to add the extension fence first then remove the dividing portion (otherwise guests might get snacked on). The best part though is watching the baby & parent bonding at the end. :)

Steggos Coming Home

What can I say? Sometimes I find it fun to just create a massive Steggo herd to come storming out of the mountains onto our poor little food court village.

Watching the Hatch

Although not necessary I like to make an elevated enclosure around a hatching dino egg – like this little Tric. Oh, and to put a front row seat right in front of it. I'm very excited to see what other ideas people come up within the game.

Valley o’ Dinos

We have a random terrain generation tool for the game that we will likely include for Early Access but keep it as an experimental feature until we have more time to smooth out the kinks. If people really find this fun we also can start to integrate it more into the game. I find the feature really useful for creating fun scenes like my Valley o’ Dinos.


A little dino snuggle:

Gotta upgrade those toilets:

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