Jurassic World Evolution allows us to build a park with live attractions, feed them, watch them grow … and ensure that our dinosaurs do not escape and sow chaos among visitors, as in the movies.
On the one hand, Jurassic World Evolution has a part of construction – quite corseted – of parks and facilities. On the other, our tasks extend to the care of dinosaurs, maintenance of facilities, and in general, maintain the level of satisfaction of tourists to continue spending money. The third leg of the business, is to investigate all over the world, to get new fossils from which to obtain DNA from different species, and combine it to create creatures as terrible as the Indominus Rex of Jurassic World or the Indoraptor of The Fallen Kingdom .
Very faithful to the movies
It is not the first time that we find this approach. From the time of Game Boy Advance, with Jurassic Park III Builder to free applications for iOS and Android, which replicate this game style quite well. But the Frontier title makes a difference in two important aspects. The first of this is fidelity to movies. Not only do we find a great recreation of dinosaurs and attractions (such as monorail or gyrospheres), but the staunchest fans of Spielberg / Crichton’s work will appreciate that a lot of names, species and visual elements are respected. .. starting with the participation of chaos mathematician Ian Malcom (Jeff Goldblum).
It is not difficult to reach the stability of our theme park, but we can always continue to introduce new species … or prepare for a tragedy. The truth is that Evolution keeps us in tension throughout the game, and that’s good. After a few hours, more experienced players may miss even more options.
More than 40 dinosaur species
And, what about the dinosaurs? Well, we are facing more than 40 species well known to all: the large herbivores (such as brachiosaurus, ankylosaurus or triceratops) are easy to maintain, but what really attracts visitors are predators such as Tyrannosaurus Rex, Spinosaurus or the velociraptors, which have a higher risk of leakage. We can approach the camera as much as we want and enjoy very careful models and behavior quite similar to what we have seen in the cinema.
Jurassic World Evolution has a gift for fans, and it has the soundtrack of John Williams. In fact, it will be the fans of this movie saga that will take advantage of the game, because those looking for a more complex strategy game can be a bit short (and sometimes slow). Despite what Malcom says in the movies, playing God and bringing these extinct creatures back to life has been very fun for us.