Dinosaur Park: Primeval Zoo is a cute zoo simulation game from upjers, and it sounds perfect for anyone who’s a dinosaur fan. It’s coming to Android in February, and is available right now for pre-registration.
In Dinosaur Park: Primeval Zoo you manage, well, a dinosaur zoo. An expedition to the South Pole has resulted in a discovery of ancient dinosaurs that are still alive and preserved beneath the ice, and so you open up a park for visitors to come and see them to help fund your research.
You give these prehistoric creatures a new home as you place enclosures, tend to their every need, and set up apparatus for them to play with. Keeping them happy and well looked after results in a better experience for visitors, therefore increasing profits which will allow you to fund new digs, further expeditions and bringing new dinosaurs into the park.
If you’d like to see more of Dinosaur Park: Primeval Zoo in motion, you can watch this trailer here which showcases some gameplay. As you can see, the dinos themselves look very cute and the title should be really fun to play especially for younger mobile gamers who are interested in dinosaurs.
Dinosaur Park: Primeval Zoo receives its funding from the German government’s games funding program called the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure. It’ll be released first in the United Kingdom on Android devices on 2nd February. It’s not yet confirmed when the game will hit other regions and platforms such as the iOS App Store.
So if you’re interested in checking out Dinosaur Park: Primeval Zoo for yourself, you can pre-register to play the game as soon as it launches from the Google Play for Android store here. Additionally, you’ll receive some in-game currency when it gets released.