Jurassic World™ Alive

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By Ludia

Rating 4.5/5 From 37,919 Votes
$ 0.00
  • Release date: 2018-07-09
  • Current version: 1.2.29
  • Adult Ranking: 17+
  • File size: 282.08 MB
  • Developer: Ludia
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later. or Android KitKat 4.4, Lollipop 5.0, Marshmallow 6.0, Nougat 7.0, Oreo 8.0, Android P 9.0 or later
Score: 4.5
From 37,919 Votes

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How to download, install and play Jurassic World™ Alive on your PC and Mac

If you want to install and play the Jurassic World™ Alive game on your PC or Mac, you will need to download and install a Desktop App emulator for your computer. We have worked diligently to help you understand how to use Jurassic World™ Alive for your computer in 4 simple steps below:

Step 1: Download an Android emulator for PC and Mac

Ok. First things first. If you want to use the application on your computer, first visit the Mac store or Windows AppStore and search for either the Bluestacks app or the Nox App . Most of the tutorials on the web recommends the Bluestacks app and I might be tempted to recommend it too, because you are more likely to easily find solutions online if you have trouble using the Bluestacks application on your computer. You can download the Bluestacks Pc or Mac software here

Step 2: Install the emulator on your PC or Mac

Now that you have downloaded the emulator of your choice, go to the Downloads folder on your computer to locate the emulator or Bluestacks application.
Once you have found it, click it to install the application or exe on your PC or Mac computer.
Now click Next to accept the license agreement.
Follow the on screen directives in order to install the application properly.
If you do the above correctly, the Emulator app will be successfully installed.

Step 3: Jurassic World™ Alive game for PC - Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10

Now, open the Emulator application you have installed and look for its search bar. Once you found it, type Jurassic World™ Alive in the search bar and press Search. Click on Jurassic World™ Alive game icon. A window of Jurassic World™ Alive on the Play Store or the app store will open and it will display the Store in your emulator application. Now, press the Install button and like on an iPhone or Android device, your Game will start downloading. Now we are all done.
You will see an icon called "All Apps".
Click on it and it will take you to a page containing all your installed Games.
You should see the Jurassic World™ Alive icon. Click on it and start playing the Game

Step 4: Jurassic World™ Alive for Mac OS

Hi. Mac Gamer!
The steps to use Jurassic World™ Alive for Mac are exactly like the ones for Windows OS above. All you need to do is install the Nox Application Emulator or Bluestack on your Macintosh. You can get bluestacks here .

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Jurassic World™ Alive: Descriptions and Gameplay

They’re ALIVE in our world! Dinosaurs have returned to rule the Earth. They have fled Jurassic World on the unstable island of Isla Nublar… and they’re roaming free in your cities and neighborhoods. As a brand-new member of the Dinosaur Protection Group (DPG), your mission is to save dinosaurs from a second extinction. Explore your surrounding area to find your favorite dinosaurs – including new breeds that are more awe-inspiring and terrifying than ever before. Activate augmented reality (AR) to interact with these unbelievable creatures in the real world. Track these magnificent animals with a drone and collect DNA samples needed to level up and create hybrids in your Lab. Then, assemble the perfect dinosaur strike team and take on dangerous threats in real-time PVP arena battles! EXPLORE your world with location-based technology and discover dinosaurs on a map. Identify behavior patterns to track specific species in their natural habitats. COLLECT rare and powerful breeds by flying a drone with precise accuracy. Capture DNA samples and maintain a full roster of thriving prehistoric animals. CREATE hybrid creatures by combining the genetic traits of multiple species to develop their strengths and abilities. BATTLE a strike team of dinosaurs to defend against threats to your mission and challenge others in real-time PVP competitive arenas. EARN rewards such as in-game currency and battery life for your drone by finding Supply Drops on the map. SHARE your legendary dinosaur collection with friends by posting your AR images and videos to your social pages! Membership - Jurassic World™ Alive offers a monthly subscription at USD $9.99, please note prices may vary depending on sales taxes or countries. - The user will be asked to login to his iTunes account (if not already) prior to the purchase. - The payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. - Additional information will be provided afterward stating that subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. - We also mention there that subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. - The account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. - No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. - Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication. Compatible with iPhone 5 and up, iPad 4 and up, iPad mini 2 and up, iPod 6 and up, on devices with iOS Version 10 or later installed. AR capabilities available on iPhone SE, 6s and up, and on iPad Pro on devices with iOS Version 11 or later installed. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically reduce battery life. Privacy policy can be found at http://legal.ludia.net/mobile/2018/privacy.html Terms of service can be found at http://legal.ludia.net/mobile/2018/terms.html By installing this application you agree to the terms of the licensed agreements. © 2018 Universal Studios and Amblin Entertainment, Inc. Jurassic World and all related marks and logos are trademarks and copyrights of Universal Studios and Amblin Entertainment, Inc. Licensed by Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved. * Please note: Jurassic World™ Alive is completely free to play but offers some game items for purchase with real money.

Game Reviews

  • Disappearing attacks

    By Johnfiro7
    So I have come across a major bug, aside from the occasional loading error when initiating a battle, there are some instances where the battle is going perfectly normal and then suddenly after a turn or two the option to “pick a move” is no longer there, it is my turn but the move buttons are invisible and unresponsive. There are many cases in which I would have won a match easily but because of the glitch I have no options and have to wait or the timer to hope whatever bass move I’m forced to make will do enough damage. I think these loading errors along with a few minor glitches in “dna numbers” (or xp) of certain Dino’s should be addressed asap. Other than all that tho, this is an amazing game, imo: much better than Pokémon Go for the simple fact that you can strategically battle with the creatures you collect and create, and there is a ranking system that you can SEE yourself climbing. Love everything about this, only thing I would BEG that you guys add is the ability to find/make friends with other players who are close Facebook friends (or whatever) basically a way to challenge your personal friends to a battle between teams. A few of my friends are now just as into this as I am but we all wish we could see who among us is truly the best. Even if it’s a different battle mode or something like 1 on 1 or best of 2, we are all in agreement that we wish we could battle eachother. Otherwise thanks for this awesome game, and please keep improving 🙏🙏
  • Pretty Decent Game

    By Grifeer
    In my opinion I would have to say this game is a good competitor to Pokémon Go. This game has pretty good graphics as well as very nice game mechanics. It’s capture system feels more fun and interactive through its dart system as well as the fact that most dinosaurs are already visible and can be walked to. It very pleasant to always get a free supply drop as it keeps you dart supply going. The supply drops outside of the free one are very common and give you up to 2 drops in 15 minutes (if you watch a small 30 second video). You don’t have to hit very many drops to sustain your darts as it’s probably the only resource you have to manage. I also enjoy the combat of the game. The game gives you the option to battle other players without having to leave home which I believe is an improvement because the game doesn’t restrict you entirely to leaving your house. I’d also like to state that the add campaign in the game can be worked to your advantage as completing small challenges on other apps can earn you quick bucks in game as well as the 30 second videos that are available after you grab a supply drop for the first time that allow you to grab the drop a second time. All and all I think this is a pretty good game and would recommend it to a friend. However, not all experiences are the same so I can’t say to avoid the game through bugs and such because I haven’t experienced any.
  • Good game, but could use some improvements.

    By Iforgotmineagain
    First of all, on the surface this game may seem like a Pokémon go knockoff. This is not the case. Admittedly, the walking around to find different creatures and spin stops is very similar to Pokémon go. That is where the similarities end. In Jurassic World Alive, you don’t catch dinosaurs, you use a drone to get DNA from them to synthesise your own version, evolve it, or make a hybrid of it. There are only three resources to keep track of in JW Alive-DNA Probes, Coins and Cash. In JW Alive, you can attempt to get DNA from a dinosaur that is a little bit away, but your drone starts with less power-so you have less time to collect the DNA. Also, the developers very much care about the feedback and are very responsive to any issues you may have. My only major issue is with the DNA probes. They seem on the surface like “stamina” or “energy” from many other Free-to-Play games where they will fill up your meter while you are offline. This is not the case. You can have well over 100 probes stocked up, but they are capped and they are the most useful thing in the game and it is not uncommon to use 10 of them per dinosaur encounter. You can get a few back by spinning the stops, but only 5, 10, or 15. And 5 is understandably the most common one to get. My suggested fix: Either remove the cap to number of probes, increase it significantly, or give them a auto-recharge so your stock of them gets filled up while you are offline.
  • Not A Pokémon Go Ripoff

    By 3xDaysxGrace
    I went into this game with low expectations as I expected it to be a knockoff version of Pokémon Go, but wow was I wrong! This game is incredibly fun, and (Niantic, listen up!) fixes a LOT of what’s wrong/frustrating with PoGo. What’s most frustrating about PoGo for me is the lack of pokestops/gyms to interact with, even though I live in the suburbs of a major capital city in the US. After I moved out of Manhattan, it stopped being fun. But with JWA, there’s so much to interact with! There are LOTS of supply drops (essentially a DinoStop) dotted all over residential neighborhoods, unlike PoGo. You also don’t have to be RIGHT NEXT to a Dino to catch it, although the closer you are the better your chances. You can also look around the map and see Dino’s in the distance you want to go after so you know where to go! There’s also a crazy fun battle feature, log in bonuses, and a good amount of proximity spawns/events that make me want to keep logging in and playing. There’s also no speedlock, so if you’re a passenger on a road trip, or even commuting to work on a bus/train, you can still play which is fantastic! The only thing I wish was different: I want to be able to nickname my dinosaurs!! I hope that comes in a later update. Otherwise, keep going, game developers! You did a fantastic job and brought the joy back to a style of game that’s been long missing from Pokémon Go.
  • Awesome (Mostly)

    By Marly James
    This game is the best! You don’t have to walk around a lot because your drone flys there to do it for you. This game is awesome for road trips (unless your driving) because you get lots of dinosaurs. I really like the hybrid thing but I wish you could do it with any dinosaur not just certain ones. The AR is really cool but I wish it was available on more phones not just a couple. I thought it would be like Pokémon Go but it really wasn’t because you can be 200 meters away and still catch a dinosaur. The battling is a bit confusing and hard, but still really good fun. You also can’t create a avatar or anything which would be a good update. You can’t catch any flying dinosaurs or under water ones yet... again would be a really good update. I also wish it was a bit more realistic because you have to fuse dinosaurs and don’t get eggs, which is kind of weird. Also the Dinos should have info sheets like gender, name, ect. The facts about the dinosaurs are really cool but could be more interesting. Anyway if your reading this plz plz plz get the game it’s really good and not that similar to Pokémon Go. Anyone who thinks it is actually play the game and forget about Pokémon Go, when your done with that make a compare and contrast chart, there are lots of differences! So play the game it’s awesome!!!
  • Ok but....

    By Nick247894
    I enjoy the game but there are a few problems I see. Mostly the battle mode in the battle mode the fastest Dino is the victorious and majority of the game some of the dinosaurs have the appearance to be fast. For example the allosaurus if remember it’s one of the fastest large carnivores but it has 102 speed which makes no sense to have some tanky herbivores to outspeed some of the carnivores. Another problem is the velociraptor it’s too powerful yes I know there are ways to counter it, but it’s very unbalanced. Being that it’s the only Dino as I know of right now to have 132 speed it should have a small decrease to it’s speed to make balance. It would also help to see how much of an attack damage your dinosaur are going to do for both your side and the opponents side. For example in Pokémon during battles it shows the stats in battle from when you see a debuff to the stats you can see if it loses any speed and attack. Like in speed say your dinosaur has 115 speed and the debuff affect happens it would be helpful to see that it was reduce to -11 basically showing the subtracted number of the base speed. For attack same example if it has 600 attack then a debuff happens to be -15 it shows the subtracted number of the base attack. So in battles your dinosaur that are on the field can have a chance to be slightly faster even it has a debuff.
  • Good fun, but a few suggestions.

    By Jarread
    This game is a fun experience for those who love dinosaurs and other games similar to this kind. The game is pretty generous in providing resources, and creatures spawn frequently throughout the day, although I would like to see some more variety of the common creatures that spawn. I’m sure dinosaurs spawn depending on the location you’re in, but there are at least 5 commons that I've yet to see outside of battles, which leads me to my next issue. The battles are very fun and I love that it isn’t just a "Tap the screen until you win" kind of game. However, the fact that 4 creatures from your strike team are randomly selected leads to situations where perhaps 3 of my worst members get selected while my opponent gets a full team of their best members. I would like it if you and your opponent got a preview of each other’s teams and then selected which members you use rather than rolling the dice and getting members selected for you. The way you win does work, but I personally would like to knock out my opponents' full team, like in Jurassic World the Game, rather than be the first to 3 knock outs. Hopefully Ludia reads this instead of letting a computer automatically reply to this. Aside from the things I mentioned, I enjoy the game and am looking forward to new features in the future!
  • Awesome Game!! Problems I have Encountered

    By kinkajoj
    This game is sooooo addicting. So fun. The dinosaurs are realistic and it feels like i’m actually there. But sometimes there’s problems. Like for example, I went out with my family on our boat. Afterwards, I went on JW Alive and it said I was in the lake. Days later: still in the lake. And when I was finally freed, it teleported me around like crazy. Please fix this. If you cannot, and it’s an issue with my phone or something, that’s okay. I love the fact that you can battle anywhere, anytime. Battling is probably my favorite thing to do. Speaking of battling, I have some issues... Today I battled. I was doing really great too. My opponent and I both had two points. I tried to bring in my Utahraptor, but It wouldn’t let me! The time ran out and only one option was available for me to do: armor piercing strike. My Utahraptor doesn’t have that attack! If it was my Allosaurus, I couldn’t tell. My dinosaur was invisible. Whenever I tried to switch, the time would run out, and I never saw my dino! To sum it up, please fix the battle issues when your dinosaur is either invisible, not able to attack, not able to switch, etc. Over all this game is amazing and I would highly recommend to others!
  • Huge Potential, Disappoints In Some Ways

    By LongtimeJWfan
    This game has a really neat premise (very similar to Pokémon Go, but still). Being able to move around collecting Dinosaurs and then view them in AR is really neat. So far arena fights have been pretty fair and had nice rewards. My issue is with the supply drops. Ludia, I understand you have to make money with micro transactions in a free game. As a Jurassic World (original) player, I didn’t mind the Solid Gold membership until it completely destroyed any semblance of balance in the arena; no normal player could deal with solid gold hybrids limited to VIPs. In this game, 10$ a month is much more reasonable than 30$, But I won’t be buying a membership because that’s paying to get an unfair advantage which normal players just can’t contend with. If you change one thing, please: Don’t pretend like receiving cash from Supply Drops (even special event ones) is EVER going to happen. It is maddening that you’ll put “Prize 1” through “Prize 3”, with 2 of those including 10 bucks in the package. And yet, somehow, you never wind up receiving cash when it *should* be a 2/9 chance per your own prize system. Very cheap and disappointing. If you’re going to pretend cash prizes are remotely likely at supply drops, let us *Pick* between the 2 or 3 prize options.
  • This is a GPS-based game. Play it if you have the time and resources, otherwise don’t.

    By Jennie.h216
    Ludia has some kinks to work out, otherwise I play this game much more than Pokemon Go. What irks me are the negative reviews regarding this game and Pokemon Go. They’re typically from players who truly DON’T like GPS-based games (games that require you to put in EFFORT). One of the negative reviews mentions something about “staying at home”. With this game, you can’t stay at home. Another negative reviewer didn’t like the “hard” method to retrieve dinosaur DNA (equivalent to Pokemon Go candy). Once you get the hang of it, it’s pretty easy for commons. Rares & Epics are more difficult. It’s something new compared to Pokemon Go. I play this game in every car (passengers only please!) ride to/from where ever I go every day. Unlike Pokemon Go, you’re able to play whether your driver is going 15mph, or 80mph. The game will allow you to pick up dinosaurs, even on the highway. Plus, you can BATTLE other players or AI. On the contrary, there are hackers in this game, but encountering them are rare. They appear in Battle mode and are typically in the higher arenas. I have not encountered any myself yet. Getting to the higher arenas is tough, but it is not the goal of the game.
  • Overall descent

    By boz11293
    It’s over all descent! Reminds me of Pokémon Go which everyone loves but to Compete against Niantic You will definitely need to add some new features... Like (Incenses) to increase spawn rates for like 30 mins cause in my area barley anything spawns no matter where I am at besides along the road while driving quite a few pop up but who wants to play while driving! (Dangerous) Maybe create like a (Dino eggs)to increase XP, while your playing for certain amount of time. Another idea would be have a Character walking around with his Droid instead of alit arrow cause it is a game where poeple have to walk around, It make more sense... Then you could create Dino eggs where members can walk them to hatch baby dinos which I think would be quite interesting! And lastly you should create gyms around the world where u battle other Dino’s, cause that will get players out more to wana play the game. Cause like Pokémon go everyone was out and about to battle gyms and raid bosses. Sry for the long response just giving my feedback and hope you Consider making these chances to make this game totally awesome! Cause when there is competition like Pokémon, you got set yourself out there and take the advice us players r giving you. Hopefully down the road I will see these improvements and then I’ll definitely rate it a 5 star
  • Has needs

    By Butchkgs
    I’m playing because my grandson wants me to and we have fun at it. That said, I feel there’s plenty lacking in your rush to get this out to correspond with the movie. So some tips: how about explaining the ins and outs of the battle sequences in more depth. There a short training sequence that just touches on the very basics with no explanation as to why some go first and some go twice. It’s all a bit lacking in that area. Make the level ups a tad easier, I feel it tends to make folks want to not play when it takes so long to level up, like their getting no where and fast. I know you want folks to spend the money for more DNA and what not but the frustration level does have a limit. I’m sure you probably going off of other models when it comes to measuring patience of players. I say stand on your own and be better, make it enjoyable and profitable without driving folks away. Also collect and battle are the only options? Can’t you create a third distraction of some type? You only show the top 50 players, how discouraging is that. I want to know where I stand with players at my level. I don’t need a canned response to this note, just create a better game or get a new project manager. Oh and keep the Dino’s off of busy streets and out of the ocean and harbors for obvious reasons. Thanks.
  • Latest update worse

    By Famfrenzy
    I have been enjoying this game, and when it works, the interactive battle is exciting and has brilliant graphics for a mobile game. Unfortunately, the battle was already glitchy, kicking you out or freezing up so you get no options for fighting and just watch the battle play out on the screen (unless it just shows a blank screen) with default attack and dinosaur selections; and since the latest update it has gotten worse. With the latest it freezes more often, and starts the battle even if a battle shows as timing out, it also gives the timeout screen arbitrarily and then continues the battle anyway. It finally recovers around the second dino choice, but often the battle isn’t recoverable by that point. Please note: I don’t need a “thanks and sorry” message from support recommending I contact support or read the FAQ; I’ve done both. The support response was to send me a bunch of links to the Help/FAQ that made it obvious they didn’t read my issue message. I originally chose to spend money on the game but have since stopped. It’s more frustrating to lose points and options knowing I’ve wasted money on top of just finding its glitches frustrating. Just work on the game instead of wasting resources on canned sympathy messages.
  • A Cash Cow

    By UrJustTooMuch
    This game is designed to make you pay if you wish to evolve your Dino’s to make a haphazard battle team for the arenas. And don’t start with the whole free coins at the SD. You will only receive a fraction of what’s required and there is a daily cap on the coins you do receive. Even if you enrolled in the VIP program at $9.99 a month you’re still capped at 9600 coins a day. You might think that’s a lot, but when considering one evolve on my current T-Rex is going to cost me 60,000 coins it’s not hard to do the math. Right now I need approximately 850K coins to beef up my current battle team of Dino’s to be competitive. Run all the numbers and it’s either take 6 months to still be behind their bots or dump some serious cash into the game to level the playing field. Then you have the bot Dino’s that Ludia has in place for the supposedly PvP arena battles that are so over powered you will lose more battles than you win, causing you to keep slipping in the rankings. Before you think it’s just me having sour grapes check with the various Facebook pages and Discord channels about JWA and the general consensus is this game is too costly. Still don’t believe me then try to evolve your Dino’s and come back and let me know how you’re doing. I’ve read posts advising this is par for the course for Ludia as they are money hungry in all their games. You know what they say about a leopard and spots.
  • Fun

    By Evan0507
    This app is very fun and is worth the download. It is very similar to Pokémon Go but in my opinion much better. Although I do have some issues with it. First, I love the battling system, but you should be able to choose which 4 to bring to each battle. I don’t know how many times I’ve started a battle and it gave me my 2 level ones and 2 other low level ones when my level 7 was nowhere to be seen. Other than that maybe make the players have to knock out all 4 dinos instead of 3. But nonetheless I love the battle system. The next (minor) issue is the VIP. I’m ok with a payment to make the game easier or more fun, but don’t make it monthly. I would say make it one payment of 10-15 dollars, and then many more people will buy it, including myself. Finally the loading is terrible. My phone/internet is/are not slow. The loading in this game takes forever. The biggest ones are when you click fight or when you go to look at a new Dino you haven’t before. It got to the point where I timed it and it took 7 minutes to get into a fight. These are really the only issues I have, and I really like the game. I’m typing this while the game is updating, so maybe you guys fixed some of these, but I doubt all of them by reading the patch notes. Thank you.
  • Ok please fix this major problem that’s ruining my experience + some tips

    By escotg
    I have a strong hatred for random luck. It never goes in my favor. However, I am pretty skillful when it comes to games. The fact that you pick 8 Dinosaurs for your team, and have 4 of them randomly chosen is absurd. I just got the T. rex right? And I wanna use it! It took me over 3 or 4 matches before finally being able to use it. I also don’t like how I randomly get my good dinosaurs, and randomly the bad ones. I have a few high level dinosaurs, and I like to use them to gain the upper hand on the enemy. But more than half the time, I get stuck with my low level dinos that don’t stand a chance against a level 6 stegosaurus. But if I had my better ones, it would make for a fair fight. P.S. sorry for the long response. I will change my review when it gets fixed. But a good idea is, that you pick 1 or 2 dinosaurs (depending on your progress in the game) that you will indefinitely have in battle. And the remaining 2 are chosen randomly from the 6 other Dinosaurs. Also, I, and many other people, would buy the vip if it were just $10. $10 a month is just nuts! No wonder less than a tenth of a percent of your players have it. It’s just too much. $10 just in general is a lot for a phone game. But people love the game, so... you choose.
  • The Dinosaurs Look Wrong

    By DisYungBoi
    Having downloaded the game, I was looking at one of the loading screens and couldn’t help but notice the featherless velociraptor near the bottom, and during choosing the first dinosaur to tranquilize. This makes me pretty upset, seeing as a whole team of developers making a game about dinosaurs didn’t know a velociraptor was a dromaeosaurid. In other words, velociraptors should be covered in feathers. Also, I saw a flaw in the parasaurolophus shown in the loading screen; this hadrosaurid’s cranial ornament in fact should have been webbed, and also a bit longer and more curved. I noticed many other errors in the model design of the dinosaurs, and it makes me cringe every time I see them. Now, I realize that redesigning the dinosaur models and designing a new loading screen would be difficult, but these biological facts are unambiguous, and frankly, the errors are not exactly aesthetically pleasing to the eye of somebody who knows that they should look different. The game works well, I guess a few of the models are biologically correct, but it’s almost too difficult to watch a late Cretaceous dinosaur interact with a late Triassic dinosaur while both of them are missing key features. (No, I’m not saying that parasaurolophus come from the late Triassic)
  • Absolutely No communication!!

    By ArthurBonjour
    This was a 4 star review and I had to drop it to 1 for the following reasons. Contacted through “contact us” in the settings, about in game currency that was paid for. I have yet to receive any in game money. I have not had any communication from this game company other then an automatic message. Spent 20 dollars to purchase the hybrid epic pack that is now not available since I have yet to receive what I paid for. I also sent pics with all verifications that was in your FAQ about such a issue. Apparently your company does not value customer service and or customer communication. Sad it has now been 36 hours since this company has been paid and I have proof through my bank. Still no communication from this company after multiple attempts. Still waiting. If they do not provide what I paid for with in the next 12 hours. I will be forced to take further actions, as of today you have stolen money from me. Defrauding a consumer out of any amount of money is theft. I have no issue filling out a BBB report on this company and I urge any and all customers that have been defrauded of money do the same. Well I received my refunds from iTunes. And will be reporting your contour the BBB. As well as uninstalling this garbage money grabbing game. You will not receive anymore money from me or my family and friends. Your company is now blacklisted.

    By Jetterhosen
    I nearly peed myself out of excitement when i first saw this game. Whoever thought of making this type of a game for the jurassic world franchise is a genius. However, not long after I started playing, i noticed an issue. I admit that this is a little bias because this is my favorite dinosaur, but Pachycephalosaurus isnt in the game. WHAT?!? I know most people wont care as much as i, but seeing that pachy was in all games prior to this and then was absent in this one surprised me. I am aware that similar dinos such as Stygimoloch and dracorex are in it, but there are many duplicates in jurassic world alive. There are many dinos that look like ankylosaurus but arent. Same with stegosaurus, triceratops, etc. So adding the pachy would be pretty simple. And just imagine the hybrid possibilities. Imagine ankylosaurus armor in a pachycephalosaurus body! Or stegosaurus plates! Im aware that more dinos will come out as the game progresses, so pachy may already be on the list, so this may be just a reminder, but regardless, Pachycephalosaurus is a dinosaur that myself and many others would like to see added the jurassic world alive! If you’ve made it this far, I’d like to thank you for your time and say that I'm really enjoying the game so far!
  • Not Ready

    By Chaaract
    I really enjoy playing this game. I love the concept, and the more detailed gameplay than its predecessor Pokémon Go. The hunt is fun, though i feel like it’s a bit plain at times. Some terrain or moving pieces during the drone launch would be cool. I look forward to the innovation and MORE DINOSAURS that I’ll see in the future. I probably still have elements to explore and am excited to experience them! I’m keeping the fans fir sure cause i understand the adventure has only just begun. The AR is really cool, though I’m not going to use it often myself. I want a ton of multiplayer options, personally. However, it keeps making me very frustrated. The loading times are far more than excessive. Both for combat and from the initial loading screen. I almost deleted the game when I opened it because the loading screen was loading FOREVER. And when something is loading for that long, I feel like you MUST have a meter to gauge it, cause my patience doesn’t last forever. The problem could very well be me, but I haven’t encountered the same problem on other games and apps. Also, on the iPhone X parts don’t hang low enough to not be obscured by the notch. I also feel the graphics could be improved. No.1 complaint: improve load speed
  • This game zuccs (but not really)

    By Litts01
    I’m sure that anyone who has looked at or played this game KNOWS that this is just a Pokémon GO ripoff. But there are some gooooood features to this game that make it ssssslightly better than Pokémon GO. First, the games little circle around where you are standing is a bit bigger than Pokémon GO’s, making it easier to get the Pokém.... I MEAN Dinosaurs.....that you need or....just want to feel happy or satisfied. Second, in Pokémon GO, you have to be standing right next to the Pokémon to capture them. But in this game you don’t have to... you can get the Dinos from farther away (kinda). I like that feature, I think it’s better than Pokémon GO.....but you know what’s not! Third, IF YOU ARE GOING TO STRAIT UP COPY POKÉMON GO’S POKÉSTOP MECHANIC, DON’T MAKE THE SUPPLY DROPS LOOK LIKE POKÉSTOPS!! It felt exiting to get Pokéballs and potions in the game, make it feel more exiting in this game! Fourth, the battling mechanic is WAY better than Pokémon GO’s. You can attack with different attacks that each do different things (I like that). Like I said, this game is not bad, it just bugs me that a company as big as Universal could do such a thing, they could have made a new game that was unique and cool. (Btw...I do not hate the Jurassic Park and World Series, their amazing, and I’m excited for the new movie!!!)
  • Very fun but has room for improvement

    By JdhReviews
    Hi there! I recently downloaded the game and I think it is very fun. Although it is similar to Pokémon go, there are a things that make this game just not like Pokémon Go, In fact, it’s better. Few things I would change would be battles. The biggest drawback I had with Pokémon go is that all you had to do was tap and hold and the fact that this game has a fighting type where you take turns is even worse. It’s very boring and there’s no real strategy or skill behind it. So my suggestion would be for when you enter a fight, let the player have full control of the dinosaurs, I’m talking joystick, attack buttons, and block buttons. And let the Dino’s have a more 3 dimensional fighting area to fight it instead of left or right. Also I would try to improve loading times in between certain in game activities but that’s just a small thing. I hope this is not too much for the game to handle but I think it could really switch things up for the mobile games and truly make it a one of a kind and I wouldn’t be writing this if I didn’t believe in y’alls potential, just so you know. But thank you for hearing this out and good luck!
  • Fun Game—like the darts

    By BeMcK
    I like this better than PokémonGo, which I didn’t play long due to feeling like I was wasting pokeballs when the Pokémon would just break out. But with the darts, I feel more like I’m making progress, particularly as the amount of DNA collected in a hit increases as I level up. Like any target game, I get better at aiming the darts and gauging the target speed as I go. Plus, I have more accessible supply drops around home and work, so dart stock has not been a problem. Yes, it was cool that Pokestops where tied to landmarks, but for playability this is turning out to be more convenient for me, at least. Progress through the battle system has also been fun and reasonably paced even though I’m not using any paid options like VIP. I’ve even got some rare and epic incubators as random loot from battles—so very nice that there is a way to get those without paying for them. I like that there is some strategy with the battles on dinosaur abilities and if to switch them out and that you can battle whenever, though I have had a few battles where based on dinosaur levels I wonder how we paired. So far I’m having a good summer hunting dinosaurs around my neighborhood.
  • Loving This! Like Improved Pokémon Go

    By ScaredyDave
    I’m really digging this game. The PVP battle mechanic is super cool and I like how strategic it can get thanks to passive abilities on your dinosaurs and how you only have to defeat 3 out of 4 of their dinosaurs, which means it adds strategy to swapping your creatures in and out. I also like how you only get 1 of each dinosaur and you’re just leveling them up once you get enough of your DNA, it’s basically removing the step of grinding your Pokémon up into candy for you while also balancing the Battle Mechanic (so that you can’t just equip 8 of the “best dinosaur” and steamroll everyone, it actually means you again have to consider strategy when you make your lineup and adapt when your random 4 get picked) I also like the way you can still catch Dinos when there a little further away from you, and that you can do the PVP battles anywhere. It means I can play the game ALL the time instead of just when I go on walks. This is the first mobile game I’ve actually paid microstransactions for, so good on you!.... also I love Dinosaurs... so... this game has a lot of them...