|Jurassic World: The Game|
|Release Date||April 8, 2015 (Australia)|
April 29, 2015
May 2015 (Worldwide)
|Genre||Construction and management simulation|
Jurassic World: The Game is an application produced by Ludia in 2015. It is a construction and management simulation game in which the player builds and maintains the Jurassic World park from Jurassic World.
During the game the player must build Jurassic World by adding dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals which can be obtained via special card packs or by buying them. In order to buy a dinosaur, however, the player must unlock it by completing a challenge in the Arena. There are also many missions given by the main characters and missions that are for a limited time which can grant the player resources.
Returning from Jurassic Park: Builder is the Arena mode, where players can create a team of up to three prehistoric creatures and fight against other creatures. Unlike the previous game, the fighting engine has been completely revamped. A player can choose to either attack, defend or reserve a move during any one turn and any reserved moves are added to the next turn, for a maximum of eight moves in a turn. The more attacks that are performed in one turn, the greater the damage caused. In addition, the creatures are divided into different "types", each with a strength and weakness to another.
- Carnivores are strong against Herbivores, but weak to Amphibians. They are represented almost entirely by theropod dinosaurs, as well as some Synapsids.
- Herbivores are strong against Pterosaurs, but weak to Carnivores. With the exception of Ornithomimids and Therizinosaurids, they are represented entirely by non-theropod dinosaurs.
- Pterosaurs are strong against Amphibians, but weak to Herbivores. As the name suggests, they are represented by several species of large Pterosaur, with some smaller ones.
- Amphibians are strong against Carnivores, but weak to Pterosaurs. Although mostly represented by large amphibians, various Archosaurs are also featured in this group.
- Surface are strong against Caves, but weak against Reef. This was the first type released, as the Mosasaurus was released prior to the Aquatic Park update. It is represented by mosasaurs, plesiosaurs and shark-like fish.
- Reef are strong against Surface, but weak against Caves. Represented by pliosaurs and turtle-like creatures, it is currently the only type represented entirely by marine reptiles.
- Caves are strong against Reef, but weak against Surface. This type is mainly represented by non-Tetrapods such as non-shark-like fish and molluscs, but also features crocodile-like reptiles.
List of updatesEdit
Jurassic World: The Game, being Ludia's newest iOS app, has been updated many times.
Each of the following characters plays a role in park development in the game. They contribute to the on-going story and/or offer missions to complete.
|Owen Grady||Raptor Trainer|
|Vic Hoskins||Head Security|
|Claire Dearing||Park Manager|
|Simon Masrani||Park Owner|
|Dr. Henry Wu||Chief Scientist|
|Dr. Hank Freeman||Paleontologist|
|Patricia Cheung||Grad Student|
|Doug Malick||Park Employee|
|Grace Hudson||Park Employee|
Dinosaurs, Prehistoric Creatures and Hybrids Edit
All dinosaurs, prehistoric creatures and hybrids available to create.
Attention: We are in need of the new card pictures from the latest version with all the dinosaurs DNA cost (this also counts for each dinosaurs' page), their hatching times (hrs, mins, and secs), and their DNA costs.
In the game, some creatures require a VIP membership. Players may purchase this VIP membership for $43 for a 3 month membership. With every member renewal or purchase of a membership players will get a free legendary pack, access to events, and purchase of unique dinosaurs.
|Name||Unlocked (in market) by||Class||Rarity||Buying cost (DNA )||Hatching time (h:m:s)||
|Majungasaurus||Beating battle stage 1||Carnivore||Common||110||00:03:00|
|Alanqa||Beating battle stage 2||Pterosaur||Common||120||00:08:00|
|Alangasaurus||Fusing Alanqa Lvl 40 and Majuangasaurus Lvl 40||Hybrid/Carnivore||Common||1,290||00:51:00|
|Limnoscelis||Beating battle stage 3||Amphibian||Common||130||00:10:00|
|Argentinosaurus||Beating battle stage 4||Herbivore||Common||160||00:15:00|
|Diplodocus||Beating battle stage 5||Herbivore||Rare||750||03:33:00|
|Tropeognathus||Beating battle stage 6||Pterosaur||Common||180||00:06:00|
|Utahraptor||Beating battle stage 7||Carnivore||Common||200||00:30:00|
|Carnotaurus||Beating battle stage 8||Carnivore||Rare||730||03:22:00|
|Labyrinthodontia||Beating battle stage 9||Amphibian||Common||130||00:18:00|
|Labyrinthosaurus||Fusing Argentinosaurus Lvl 40 and Labyrinthodontia Lvl 40||Hybrid/Herbivore||Common||1,630||TBA|
|Tapejara||Beating battle stage 10||Pterosaur||Rare||670||02:50:00|
|Koolasuchus||Beating battle stage 11||Amphibian||Rare||610||02:21:00|
|Stegosaurus||Beating battle stage 12||Herbivore||Super rare||1,500||11:10:00|
|Stegoceratops||Fusing Triceratops Lvl 40 and Stegosaurus Lvl 40||Hybrid/Herbivore||Super rare||8,960||16:40:00|
|Hatzegopteryx||Beating battle stage 13||Pterosaur||Common||200||00:29:00|
|Guanlong||Beating battle stage 14||Carnivore||Common||170||00:23:00|
|Diplocaulus||Beating battle stage 15||Amphibian||Common||190||00:27:00|
|Quetzalcoatlus||Beating battle stage 16||Pterosaur||Super rare||1,350||09:03:00|
|Tuojiangosaurus||Beating battle stage 17||Herbivore||Common||130||00:20:00|
|Nasutoceratops||Beating battle stage 18||Herbivore||Rare||550||01:53:00|
|Tyrannosaurus rex||Beating battle stage 19||Carnivore||Legendary||3,750||65:38:00|
|Ankylosaurus||Beating battle stage 20||Herbivore||Super rare||1,200||07:09:00|
|Ankylodocus||Fusing Diplodocus Lvl 40 and Ankylosaurus Lvl 40||Hybrid/Herbivore||Super rare||10,920||24:00:00|
|Metriorhynchus||Beating battle stage 21||Amphibian||Super rare||1,400||09:44:00|
|Metrialong||Fusing Metriorhynchus and Lvl 40 Guanlong lvl 40||Hybrid/Carnivore||Super Rare||8,770||TBA|
|Pteranodon||Beating battle stage 22||Pterosaur||Legendary||2,910||39:32:00|
|Velociraptor||Beating battle stage 23||Carnivore||Super rare||1,500||11:10:00|
|Indominus rex||Fusing Tyrannosaurus rex Lvl 40 and Velociraptor Lvl 40||Hybrid/Carnivore||Legendary||29,400||7 Days|
|Pelecanimimus||Beating battle stage 24||Herbivore||Common||170||00:26:00|
|Pelecanipteryx||Fusing Pelecanimimus Lvl 40 and Hatzegopteryx Lvl 40||Hybrid/Pterosaur||Common||2,030||TBA|
|Spinosaurus||Beating battle stage 25||Carnivore||Super rare||1,500||11:10:00|
|Spinoraptor||Fusing Utahraptor Lvl 40 and Spinosaurus Lvl 40||Hybrid/Carnivore||Super rare||9,520||19:50:00|
|Bonitasaura||Beating battle stage 26||Herbivore||Common||150||00:20:00|
|Allosaurus||Beating battle stage 27||Carnivore||Rare||500||01:35:00|
|Supersaurus||Beating battle stage 28||Herbivore||Super rare||1,400||09:44:00|
|Dimetrodon||Beating battle stage 29||Carnivore||Legendary||3,610||60:49:00|
|Sarcosuchus||Beating battle stage 30||Amphibian||Legendary||3,050||43:25:00|
|Koolasaurus||Fusing Koolasuchus Lvl 40 and Sarcosuchus Lvl 40||Hybrid/Amphibian||Legendary||20,500||3 Days|
|Coloborhynchus||Beating battle stage 31||Pterosaur||Common||140||00:19:00|
|Limnorhynchus||Fusing Limnoscelis Lvl 40 and Coloborhynchus Lvl 40||Hybrid/Pterosaur||Common||1,490||TBA|
|Corythosaurus||Beating battle stage 32||Herbivore||Rare||630||02:30:00|
|Dilophosaurus||Beating battle stage 33||Carnivore||Rare||690||03:00:00|
|Dsungaripterus||Beating battle stage 34||Pterosaur||Rare||560||01:59:00|
|Euoplocephalus||Beating battle stage 35||Herbivore||Super rare||1,000||04:58:00|
|Gallimimus||Beating battle stage 36||Herbivore||Rare||580||02:05:00|
|Zhejiangopterus||Beating battle stage 37||Pterosaur||Super rare||1,100||06:00:00|
|Tropeogopterus||Fusing Tropeognathus Lvl 40 and Zheijangopterus Lvl 40||Hybrid/Pterosaur||Super rare||7,130||unknown|
|Ichthyostega||Beating battle stage 38||Amphibian||Legendary||3,330||51:45:00|
|Giganotosaurus||Beating battle stage 39||Carnivore||Rare||520||01:41:00|
|Giganocephalus||Fusing Gigantosaurus Lvl 40 and Euophlocephalus Lvl 40||Hybrid/Herbivore||Super rare||8,490||14:07:00|
|Irritator||Beating battle stage 40||Carnivore||Rare||530||01:47:00|
|Diplotator||Fusing Diplocaulus Lvl 40 and Irritator Lvl 40||Hybrid/Amphibian||Rare||4,000||04:55:00|
|Ostafrikasaurus||Beating battle stage 41||Carnivore||Legendary||3,190||47:30:00|
|Parasaurolophus||Beating battle stage 42||Herbivore||Super rare||1,200||07:09:00|
|Parasaura||Fusing Parasaurolophus Lvl 40 and Bonitasaura Lvl 40||Hybrid/Herbivore||Super Rare||7,550||TBA|
|Rajasaurus||Beating battle stage 43||Carnivore||Super rare||1,300||08:23:00|
|Pachycephalosaurus||Beating battle stage 44||Herbivore||Rare||590||02:12:00|
|Pachyceratops||Fusing Pachycephalosaurus Lvl 40 and Nasutoceratops Lvl 40||Hybrid/Herbivore||Rare||6,360||08:07:00|
|Unaysaurus||Beating battle stage 45||Herbivore||Legendary||2,770||35:49:00|
|Tyrannotitan||Beating battle stage 46||Carnivore||Rare||710||03:10:00|
|Suchomimus||Beating battle stage 47||Carnivore||Legendary||2,630||32:17:00|
|Suchoripterus||Fusing Suchomimus Lvl 40 and Dsungripterus Lvl 40||Hybrid/Pterosaur||Legendary||17,900||TBA|
|Pyroraptor||Beating battle stage 48||Carnivore||Rare||650||02:40:00|
|Carnoraptor||Fusing Carnotaurus Lvl 40 and Pyroraptor Lvl 40||Hybrid/Carnivore||Rare||7,730||12:00:00|
|Prionosuchus||Beating battle stage 49||Amphibian||Legendary||3,470||56:12:00|
|Priotrodon||Fusing Prionosuchus Lvl 40 and Dimetrodon Lvl 40||Hybrid/Carnivore||Legendary||39,650||9 Days|
|Microposaurus||Beating battle stage 50||Amphibian||Legendary||2,500||29:10:00|
|Ostaposaurus||Fusing Microposaurus Lvl 40 and Ostafrikasaurus Lvl 40||Hybrid/Amphibian||Legendary||31,870||6 Days|
|Ophiacodon||Beating battle stage 51||Carnivore||Rare||780||03:33:00|
|Shunosaurus||Beating battle stage 53||Herbivore||Legendary||3,100||58:00:00|
|Monolophosaurus||Beating battle stage 55||Carnivore||Rare||850||04:18:00|
|Dimorphodon||Beating battle stage 57||Pterosaur||Legendary||3,600|| 2 Days
|Therizinosaurus||Beating battle stage 59||Herbivore||Legendary||3,500||2 Days
|Antarctopelta||Win an Antarctopelta Pack in the Antarctopelta Tournament||Herbivore||Legendary||7,000||9 Days
|Megalosaurus||Win a Megalosaurus Pack in the Megalosaurus Tournament||Carnivore||Legendary||7,000||9 Days
|Kaprosuchus||Beating battle stage 61||Amphibian||Super Rare||1,600||
|Scaphognathus||Beating battle stage 63||Pterosaur||Legendary||3,700||2 Days
|Nundasuchus||Beating battle stage 65||Amphibian||Rare||700||
|Troodon||Win a Troodon Pack in the Troodon Tournament||Carnivore||Legendary||7,500||10 Days
|Ceratosaurus||Win a Ceratosaurus Pack in the Ceratosaurus Tournament||Carnivore||Legendary||6,500||8 Days
|Deinocheirus||Win a Deinocheirus Pack in the Deinocheirus Tournament||Herbivore||Legendary||5,500||5 Days
|Rhamphorhynchus||Beating battle stage 67||Pterosaur||Rare||750||3 Hours (03:32:00)
|Postosuchus||Beating battle stage 70||Amphibian||Super Rare||1,650||12 Hours
|Gorgosaurus||Win a Gorgosaurus Pack in the Gorgosaurus Tournament||Carnivore||Legendary||6,000||6 Days
|Pachyrhinosaurus||Buy a Earth WWF Pack for 49.99 USD||Herbivore||Legendary||6,750||8 Days
|Kentrosaurus||Buy a Earth WWF Pack for 49.99 USD||Herbivore||Legendary||6,000||6 Days
|Secodontosaurus||Win a Secodontosaurus Pack in the Secodontosaurus Tournament||Carnivore||Legendary||7,250||10 Days
|Aerotitan||Beating battle stage 75||Pterosaur||Super rare||1,600||TBA|
|Pterodactylus||Use VIP points to buy packs containing Pterodactylus.||Pterosaur||Legendary||TBA||TBA
|Prestosuchus||Use VIP points to buy packs containing Prestosuchus.||Amphibian||Legendary||TBA||TBA
|Mastodonsaurus||Use VIP points to buy packs containing Mastodonsaurus.||Amphibian||Legendary||TBA||TBA
|Apatosaurus||Use VIP points to buy packs containing Apatosaurus.||Herbivore||Legendary||TBA||TBA
|Tanycolagreus||Use VIP points to buy packs containing Tanycolagreus.||Carnivore||Legendary||TBA||TBA
|Name||Unlocked (in market) by||Class||Rarity||Buying cost (DNA )||Hatching time (d:h:m)||
|Mosasaurus||Previously won in a Mosasaurus Pack in the Mosasaurus Tournament (Was available for a limited time for $99.99 USD). Currently available in the Aquatics Pack.||Surface||Legendary||5,000||4 Days
|Dunkleosteus||Currently available in the Aquatics Pack and the Dunkleosteus Pack.||Cave||Legendary||4,200||3 Days
|Leptocleidus||Currently available in the Aquatics Pack and the Leptocleidus Pack.||Reef||Super Rare||2,150||
|Megalodon||Currently available in the Aquatics Pack and the Megalodon Pack.||Surface||Legendary||4,600||4 Days
|Styxosaurus||Currently available in the Aquatics Pack and the Styxosaurus Pack.||Surface||Legendary||4,800||4 Days
|Ammonite||Currently available in the Aquatics Pack and the Ammonite Pack.||Cave||Legendary||4,000||3 Days
|Dakosaurus||Currently available in the Aquatics Pack and the Dakosaurus Pack.||Cave||Super Rare||2,000||
|Kronosaurus||Currently available in the Aquatics Pack and the Kronosaurus Pack.||Reef||Legendary||4,400||3 Days
|Prognathodon||Currently available in the Aquatics Pack and the Prognathodon Pack.||Surface||Super Rare||2,250||
|Psephoderma||Currently available in the Aquatics Pack and the Psephoderma Pack.||Reef||Super Rare||3,000||00:13:46|
|Xiphactinus||Currently available in the Aquatics Pack and the Xiphactinus Pack.||Cave||Super Rare||2,500||12:41:00|
|Plesiosaurus||Currently available in the Aquatics Pack and the Plesiosaurus Pack.||Surface||Legendary||4,500||3 Days
|Trinacromerum||Currently available in the Aquatics Pack and the Trinacromerum Pack.||Reef||Super Rare||2,500||
|Archelon||Win a Archelon Pack in the Archelon Tournament.||Reef||Legendary||8,000||12 Days
|Liopleurodon||Currently available in the Aquatics Pack and the Liopleurodon Pack.||Reef||Legendary||4,500||3 Days
|Helicoprion||Currently available in the Aquatics Pack and the Helicoprion Pack.||Surface||Super Rare||2,500||12:41:00|
|Baculites||Currently available in the Aquatics Pack and the Baculites Pack.||Cave||Super Rare||3,000||13:46:00|
|Mauisaurus||Currently available in the Aquatics Pack and the Mauisaurus Pack.||Surface||Super Rare||2,500||12:41:00|
|Geosaurus||Currently available in the Aquatics Pack and the Geosaurus Pack.||Cave||Super Rare||2,900||13:29:00|
|Pliosaurus||Currently available in the Aquatics Pack and the Pliosaurus Pack.||Reef||Legendary||TBA||TBA
|Orthacanthus||Use VIP points to buy packs containing Orthacanthus.||Cave||Legendary||TBA||TBA|
|Tylosaurus||Use VIP points to buy packs containing Tylosaurus.||Surface||Legendary||TBA||TBA|
|Hainosaurus||Use VIP points to buy packs containing Hainosaurus.||Surface||Legendary||TBA||TBA|
|Henodus||Use VIP points to buy packs containing Henodus.||Reef||Legendary||TBA||TBA|
|Edestus||Win a Edestus Pack in the Edestus Tournament.||Surface||Legendary||9,000||15 Days
These creatures are found through various methods outside of buying them in the market, so the player is unable to place and use them in their park.
These creatures have been discovered in the Live Arena of Jurassic World: The Game. Due to their icons resembling those of tournament creatures, it can be implied that they will be unlocked in the same manner.
These animals have been found within the data of the game:
- Ichthyosaurus (hybrid between Ichthyostega and Rajasaurus. Not to be confused with the marine reptile of the same name.)
There are three types of structures in the game - static, buildings and decorations. Static buildings are buildings that have some function(s) the user can access, but they can not be bought and placed, or moved. These are:
- Food Production Facility
- Innovation Center
- Creation Lab
Buildings and decorations can be purchased and placed anywhere you have cleared land. Buildings earn you coins over time, decorations placed close enough to buildings or dinosaurs will increase the amount of coins they produce. It is possible to have more than one decoration affect the same building or dinosaur - the bonuses add up.
For more details, see Structures.
- Dino stats, complete missions list & much more
- Pictures from JurassicWorldNews
- Battle Calculator and more dino stats
- Most dinosaurs that use Tyrannosaurus animations are portrayed with only two fingers on their hands. Carnotaurus, Metriacanthosaurus and Yutyrannus are the only exceptions.
- Guanlongs' toe goes through the floor when it's in the pen since it shares the Velociraptor animation which has the toe claw that moves.
- As seen in the arenas, a lot of animals have inaccurate sizes when compared to each other. Examples being Pachycephalosaurus being as large as Parasaurolophus, every sauropod being the exact same size, and every spinosaurid being as large as Spinosaurus.