New Jurassic World Alive mobile game is like Pokémon Go with dinosaurs


Alive isn't the only big JP game to come out this year; Frontier Developments is bringing park simulator game Jurassic World Evolutions to PS4, Xbox One, and PC in the summer. The gameplay and map look identical to Pokemon GO, making it easy for gamers to grow accustomed to it. They have fled Jurassic World on the unstable island of Isla Nublar... and they're roaming free in your cities and neighbourhoods. The creatures can be leveled up once captured, and you can battle your T-Rex or velociraptor against other players.

What we can tell you about Jurassic World is that it likely won't let you be able to capture a wild Jeff Goldblum and that it will be released for Android and iOS devices sometime soon.

The success for Jurassic World will also encourage the game developers to green light other AR projects like Harry Potter, Ghostbuster and The Walking Dead which are presently in the works. The title is a new augmented reality game launching this spring, and the premise is similar to Niantic's Pokémon GO. Out "This Spring", game developer Ludia will be releasing Jurassic World Alive, an augmented reality game.

Jurassic World Alive will also reportedly feature free incubators and specific dinosaurs that appear in Jurassic World and the upcoming Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

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Both Jurassic Park Builder and Jurassic World: The Game fared well with fans old and new, and interestingly, Montreal-based gaming company Ludia developed the two previous games and will be the ones to helm Alive. God creates dinosaurs. God destroys dinosaurs.

"Definitely, the element of discovery will be present, but we wanted to be a little more flexible about the possibility of participating without leaving home", explained Chris Heatherly, Executive Vice President of Universal's games division. Instead you can send out a "drone" from your house (or workplace, school and so on) to scout out the dinosaurs and collect DNA, offering more ways to play, keeping the game fresh if you're anchored to one spot.

A teaser image of Jurassic World Alive.