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Here at HalfLife-Mods.com have the very first copy of the Jurassic Rage pre-mission story. They have agreed to release it to me before it is even on there site, so we have a treat here for all the come here. This story is a very detailed at amazing pre-mission story sent to me by Jurassic Rage team.

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Here at HalfLife-Mods.com have the very first copy of the Jurassic Rage pre-mission story. They have agreed to release it to me before it is even on there site, so we have a treat here for all the come here. This story is a very detailed at amazing pre-mission story sent to me by Jurassic Rage team. It was written by 2 of their development team, eot156 and Towers, and they didn’t hold anything back. If any of you out there are like me and have been wondering what this mod will really be about, well here is your chance. Along with that we have a T-REX promo video that is a must see. Sit back, and enjoy.

Pre-mission Story

In 1993, a team of British scientists discovered a way of genetically incubating a dinosaur. Using a technique, which involved extracting genetic material from viruses that had been around since the Jurassic Era, scientists found that they could create and breed dinosaurs. Once the scientists had proven their theory, they were quickly funded by a private organization called DinoTech. DinoTech was purely interested in the scientific benefits of the project, never planning on marketing the dinosaurs, nor did they ever contemplate creating a theme park. DinoTech decided that the best way to study dinosaurs was to let them roam in a natural environment, thus DinoTech constructed a base on a small Island in New Zealand called Macauley Island.

In 1997, construction was completed and new personnel began to arrive on the island. The founding scientists of the project had gone from a small team with great ideas, to an organization with even greater ideas. The island contained many facilities built for the scientists to study the dinosaurs. These buildings were isolated from the rest of the island by towering electric fences. The island was the most modern design of man to date, incorporating the most recent technology known. High-powered electric facilities, radar sensors, and life support systems were only a fraction of the islands capabilities.

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lillbrorsan
lillbrorsan

Would have been cool if the screen (camera thingy) would have shaken when the t-rex walked...

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