Dinosaur Park: Primeval Zoo was announced last month to be releasing soon for Android as part of a soft launch roll out across many countries. It’s now out today in the United Kingdom.
It’s a simulation game in which you manage a dinosaur park by rehoming the prehistoric critters in a new sanctuary. You add enclosures to the place, give the dinos some TLC, and set up equipment for them to play with. The ensuing attractions brings guests to your park, which you can then use the profits from the fund new digs, new expeditions and new dinosaurs to bring back to the park.
Dinosaur Park: Primeval Zoo is set in the South Pole where a sensational discovery of completely preserved living dinosaurs has been made. Not long afterwards, a research station was built to accommodate this and a park for visitors to see the new discoveries also built there.
Here’s a trailer for the game if you want to see more of it. As you can see, the aesthetic for this game is going for a more fun, colourful approach. The dinos look cute and isn’t really going for the more serious look that the recent Jurassic World games have gone for.
It was also funded by the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure as part of the games funding program run by the German government.
If you’re located in the United Kingdom, you can download Dinosaur Park: Primeval Zoo later today from the Google Play for Android store. As for other regions and a release on iOS, you’ll still have to wait unfortunately. We’ll provide an update once we get clarity on the release schedule.If you enjoy playing sim games then be sure to read Jupiter's list which names the best ones that released last year.