Saurian is an independent video game project focused upon creating the finest commercially available dinosaur simulation utilizing the Unity 3D game engine and drawing on peer reviewed research and consultation with leading experts to ensure our dinosaurs are as accurate as current knowledge allows. The game will being by focusing on recreating the Hell Creek ecosystem of 66 million years ago. We are currently hard at work on a playable prototype and are doing all within our power to have this out as soon as possible, so be sure to keep watching our pages for updates!

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“Going up that river was like travelling back to the earliest beginnings of the world, when vegetation rioted on the earth and the big trees were kings. An empty stream, a great silence, an impenetrable forest. The air was warm, thick, heavy, sluggish. There was no joy in the brilliance of sunshine. The long stretches of the waterway ran on, deserted, into the gloom of overshadowed distances. On silvery sandbanks (champsosaurs) and alligators sunned themselves side by side. The broadening waters flowed through a mob of wooded islands; you lost your way on that river as you would in a desert, and butted all day long against shoals, trying to find the channel, till you thought yourself bewitched and cut off forever from everything you had known once -somewhere- far away in another existence perhaps." - Joseph Conrad, Heart of Darkness (with a single liberty taken). Concept art by Chris Masna.

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