Trespasser (1998)

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Anne, the sole survivor of a plane crash, must navigate Isla Sorna, InGen's Site B where dinosaur breeding grounds for the Jurassic Park were, and use brains and scarce weapons to reach the abandoned InGen facility and call for help.

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Anne, the sole survivor of a plane crash, must navigate Isla Sorna, InGen's Site B where dinosaur breeding grounds for the Jurassic Park were, and use brains and scarce weapons to reach the abandoned InGen facility and call for help.

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The dinosaurs in the game were animated using inverse kinematics. Most games use pre-animated movements that activate at given instances, however inverse kinematics allow for much more spontaneous and, theoretically, more realistic movements, as the game characters react to their exact surroundings at all times. In practice, however, all the dinosaurs in the game move very awkwardly, with their body and feet moving in an independent fashion. Often, they will trip over other objects or get their feet stuck in obstacles. Their legs will comically stretch like those of cartoon characters as the rest of their body moves forward while their foot remains stuck. See more »

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Hammond claims that the Velociraptors seen in Jurassic Park originally lived in Mongolia. While this is true for real-life Velociraptors, the "raptors" in Jurassic Park were actually based on a closely related North American dinosaur called Deinonychus, which some scientists at the time of the original novel's writing considered to be a species of Velociraptor. See more »

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John Hammond: I always believed Nedry left himself a back door something about the hobbits or god knows what.
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Fabulous, exciting game!
8 October 2002 | by (Wales, UK) – See all my reviews

Trespasser is one of the most under-rated games ever. When it was first released back in 1998, it got many bad reviews. The problem is, people did not look into the game in enough detail. There are MANY secrets in Trespasser that will make you never look at Jurassic Park the same way again.

Many aspects continue to thrill me and makes me wonder, "How were they capable of doing that in 1998?" Firstly, you can't help but be impressed by the A.I in the game. These dinosaurs think like animals! For example, if you shoot one, it may become scared and run away or on the other hand it could decide to attack. And since every dinosaur in the game is randomized with A.I, it makes the game play unique and exciting every time you play it!

Also, one can't help but be impressed by the physics engine. Things move very realistically and move differently depending on how hard you hit them. Even the dinosaurs react the environment very well. Speaking of the environment, this game has possible the most detailed jungle ever created for a game.

I was often delighted with the musical score in this game. When I saw two Brachiosaurs, a huge theme erupted and took me back to the first Brachiosaurus scene in Jurassic Park. Also sometimes the score could be very scary and make you wonder what is around the corner... Even some of the scenes were thought up by none other than Steven Spielberg himself. Knowing that fact alone is enough for me to buy the game!

Unfortunately this game is very hard to find. But if you do see a copy, I suggest you buy it straight away. If you like Jurassic Park then you will certainly enjoy the digital sequel to The Lost World.


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