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  1. Tony Vilgotsky

    Tony Vilgotsky New Member

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    Hello folks!

    Do you love the Dinosaurs and other giant prehistoric creatures? Also, do you love tycoon video games where you manage and develop the facilities, building your own empire?

    If you do - well, Prehistoric Kingdom is exactly your “cup of tea”. It’s literally a Dinosaur Zoo tycoon game where you manage your own theme park of extinct animals. I think your visitors will be very impressed and excited, watching all of this.

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    The species that was most recently added to our alpha build is Protoceratops. This sheep-sized critter is one of the smallest dinosaurs in Prehistoric Kingdom, lacking most of the complex facial features found in other ceratopsians. What do you think about this guy?


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    Meet the Baryonyx - a medium sized theropod dinosaur, measuring up to ten metres in length and standing just over two metres in height. A rather small member of the Spinosauridae family, Baryonyx has many of the traits that have made its family a famous staple of the Mesozoic: a long-slender snout lined with sharp, conical teeth, large bulky claws, and raised vertebrae.

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    Please take a look at our 3D version of Baryonyx from the game Prehistoric Kingdom. Here you see his size in comparison to a human and his walk from different points of view. How do you like the model, textures and the animation?
     
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    Is it now available in the market? Is it for free or with Pro account?
     
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    Now there is an Alpha available for backers only. The full release will come up in few months.
     
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    Hello! Today is a day when we take a walk with the most famous member of ancient reptiles’ family: His Majesty Tyrannosaurus Rex! Impressively large and robust, Tyrannosaurus is equipped with excellent eyesight, razor sharp teeth and a bone-crushing bite, granting it instant popularity.This is one example of his majestic movement in the game Prehistoric Kingdom. How do you like the model and the animations?


    Useful information about T.Rex management in Prehistoric Kingdom:


    Tyrannosaurus rex is an agressive large theropod predator which requires strong fences keep it contained. It prefers coastal, temperate, wetland and tropical biomes and a paddock of at least 1.5 kilometres squared with moderate foliage and low water density. They are also solitary animals but can form mating pairs.


     
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    Wow! Looks exciting and the graphics are superb. Let us know if its already available =)
     
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    Thank you! Will be available within few months.
     

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