3D Dinosaur Adventure is an educational game that gives info about Dinosaurs and early life on earth. Their are nine activities featured in the game including: "Save the Dinosaur", "Dinosaur movies" and "3D Dinosaur Museum", "Create a Saurus", "Photo Safari", "Dinosaur Encyclopedia", "Name a Saurus", "Make a Match" and "Dinosaur Storybook".
The Anniversary Edition is a re-release of the original game 3-D Dinosaur Adventure. New to this version is a separate disc with a small program called "Art-a-Saurus" which lets the player make pictures using paint, moving dinosaurs or non moving ones, music and lots of backgrounds to choose from. Also included with the package is an authentic fossil
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Funny thing, in one dinosaur science show, it uses a good amount of the footage of this chase scene, and, turns out, in the part where it chases after "us", in this dino show (which I can't remember the name of but am trying to find), one of the allosaurs managed to catch up with one of the Lambiosaurs and killed it by biting it's neck when Lambiosaur turned it's head around to check how close it was. The allosaur then proceeds to eat it. If I run across it, I'll let you know.
TSM Channel I agree completely. This was the best version of the game, in my opinion. If you’re interested and willing, would you mind uploading some of the tracks or reference pages from this version? I know kylgrv and a few others easily have the MS-DOS one locked down, but not many people even have access to the Windows version, much less having gameplay of it on YouTube.
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