Dino D-Day is an exciting new First Person Shooter from 800 North (AKA Digital Ranch Interactive). This is an HL2:OB mod that has served as a prototype for a commercial release we are currently in the final stages of preparing. It is playable though we have not been supporting it for several months as we've focused all of our efforts on the commercial product. The commercial release is slated for March 1, 2011 only on Steam. It is a fast-paced multiplayer game with 12 playable classes including 3 dinosaurs. You've played World War II games...but have you played a World War II game with dinosaurs?

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Kalakukkoo
Kalakukkoo

Nice to see this still alive.

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projektariel
projektariel

Classic :)

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Venoxxis
Venoxxis

yAR !

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Mr.Walrus
Mr.Walrus

Excellent, looks like itll fit very nicely :)

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zonbie
zonbie

the legs on the girl do not look long enough. this girl looks like a half-midget.

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GlowyKangaroo
GlowyKangaroo

i agree

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Rastaman
Rastaman

tru

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coolbob999
coolbob999

Who cares shes hot

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reusingbattery
reusingbattery

OMG! Nazi Dino's? What next? Flying Volcanoes??!!

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PsiSkyCor
PsiSkyCor

No: Dragons with lazors. That will be the end of us all.

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Coolwhiped
Coolwhiped

Raaarrrrrr!!!

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EksCelle
EksCelle

Dinosaur is drooling.
Prepare for some dino rape

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Appeared in Look magazine in September of 1943.

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