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Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis  Vivendi Universal;Sierra Entertainment (Blue Tongue Entertainment)2003[spoiler=Show available dinosaurs;Hide][b]Dinosaurs:[/b]
* Dryosaurus
* Gallimimus
* Homalocephale
* Kentrosaurus
* Pachycephalosaurus
* Styracosaurus
* Ankylosaurus
* Brachiosaurus
* Camarasaurus
* Corythosaurus
* Edmontosaurus
* Ouranosaurus
* Parasaurolophus
* Stegosaurus
* Torosaurus
* Triceratops
* Albertosaurus
* Ceratosaurus
* Dilophosaurus
* Velociraptor
* Acrocanthosaurus
* Allosaurus
* Carcharodontosaurus
* Spinosaurus
* Tyrannosaurus[/spoiler]***[b]hunger[/b] — the dinosaurs require sufficient number of food dispensers to keep them fed, also their living areas require water supply, such as a lake, to keep their thirst at bay. Dinosaurs will die after a while if either is missing for too long. Possibly a factor with the tourists as well, but only to keep them at the park longer.
[b]npc anxiety/fear[/b] — seen if a dinosaur breaks free from their containment area (this affects the tourists) or if two different dinosaurs (specifically a carnivore and herbivore or large carnivore with smaller carnivore) are forced to be too close to each other. The dinosaurs may try to avoid the carnivore so much that they can't stave their hunger and eventually starve to death unless the carnivore ends up killing them (is that even possible here? didn't witness it, but hypothetically it could happen). To prevent this, you can either provide separate holding areas for the dinos or large enough single area for them to prowl so they can keep their distance naturally. The latter is obviously much harder set up and maintain, but the game does provide sufficient mechanisms to attempt it.***Latest version: retail.
Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis  VU Games;Konami (Blue Tongue Entertainment)2003Now is your chance to fulfill Dr. John Hammond’s dream by successfully designing and managing the ultimate dinosaur theme park. Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis allows gamers to create the most amazing theme park he world has ever seen. As the first ever fully 3D action-sim, Operation Genesis gives players two games in one. Either build the ultimate dinosaur theme park or engage in 12 action-packed missions that will truly test your gaming skills. Dream it. Build it. Survive it. This truly is Jurassic Park... your way!***
Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis  VU Games;Konami (Blue Tongue Entertainment)2003With JURASSIC PARK, gamers create the most amazing dinosaur theme park the world has ever seen, or battle your way through twelve intense missions that will truly test your skills against the awesome powers of nature and its most dominant creatures.***