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Prehistoric Kingdom, a Dino Park Simulator, will enter closed beta in December

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Prehistoric Kingdom is on a mission to show that this town has enough room for multiple dinosaur theme park simulators. While the Jurassic World Evolution games cover a lot of the same ground, Prehistoric Kingdom isn’t tied to a franchise and provides another option for dinosaur fans who want to raise dinosaurs and charge people to see them.

You have the tools as a park manager to create the dino zoo of your dreams. To create your ideal terrain, you can build mountains, rivers, and jungles. You’ll then construct structures and enclosures to house staff, entertain visitors, and, of course, provide shelter for your extinct critter collection. Various exhibits, restaurants, and, perhaps most importantly, bathrooms are among the structures you’ll construct to keep your customers happy.

Reptiles like the brachiosaurus and t-rex, mammals like the woolly mammoth and smilodon (aka saber-toothed tiger), and birds like archaeopteryx are among the creatures in your care. You’ll be rewarded with a happy animal if you keep them well-fed and housed in the biome that best suits them. You can also gather genetic material from all over the world to discover new species. Unlike Jurassic Park, the dinosaurs in Prehistoric Kingdom appear to be a little more scientifically accurate; some of them, for example, have feathers. When the game launches in Steal Early Access next year, developer Blue Meridian promises that 22 animals will be available.

Prehistoric Kingdom’s closed beta begins on December 6, and if you’d like to own a dinosaur park that doesn’t come with the baggage of constant disaster, you can give it a shot. In April 2022, the game will go into Early Access. Visit our special Gamescom coverage hub for the latest news from this year’s show.

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