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Jurassic Park Legacy - Jurassic Park Scan Command (PC)
Jurassic Park Scan Command (PC)
 

Developer: Knowledge Adventure
Publisher: Knowledge Adventure
Distributor: Knowledge Adventure
Origin: United States
Released: October 11, 2003
Genre: Adventure
Platform: Macintosh and PC
Support Elements: 3D Acceleration
Control Elements: Mouse, Keyboard
Player(s): 1
ESRB Rating: Everyone, for Mild Realistic Violence

Minimum PC Requirements:
Windows 2000/Me/98/95
Pentium® 266MHz or higher
64 MB RAM
150 MB available on hard drive
Video SVGA
24 X CD-ROM drive
Sound card
3D graphics accelerator card with 4 MB of memory
Serial port
3 AAA batteries

“When InGen’s evil scientist takes over Jurassic Park with an army of ferocious dinosaurs, kids take matters into their own hands by using handheld scanners that turn everyday barcodes into dinosaur powers. Scan any barcode…upload barcodes into computer game…power up your fighting dino! Kids ages eight and up take matters into their own hands -- transforming everyday barcodes into dinosaur powers -- with the new tech-toy enhanced PC game, ScanCommand: Jurassic Park. Players begin their adventurous mission with one dinosaur -- Velociraptor -- and as they progress through each level, they collect and customize five more including T-Rex, Triceratops and the mighty Spinosaurus. Throughout the game, players will command their unique, champion dinosaurs across six vast and ever-changing levels representing various terrains such as the jungle, swamp and volcanic interior. As they guide their dinosaurs through a large-scale map of the island, players have to solve intricate puzzles and defeat enemy dinosaurs to advance to the next level. Players will encounter hundreds of dinosaur opponents on real-time 3D battlefields, and in order to ensure their dinosaurs can compete with Dr. Corts’ highly evolved breeds, they must upload special dinosaur powers from their ScanCommand.”




 





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