Jurassic World: The Game – Game Review With Tips & Tricks
Welcome once again to an article dedicated to the Jurassic World: The Game! This game review will reveal all that you need to know and get started with this popular iOS and Android. We will also include some of the much needed tips and tricks that you might find useful. Beginners and pros alike will find some useful information here, so be sure to stick around until the end.
Developed and published by Ludia Inc. Jurassic World: The Game takes us back to a fiction island in Central America called Isla Nublar.
On this island you create your very own dinosaur park. The sole purpose of the park is to generate income for the upcoming dinosaur battles. The dinosaur battles are the primary aspect of the game, since there really isn’t anything revolutionary to differentiate it from standard park-builders.
In the next part of our article we will start from the basics, and continue on with more complex stuff. If however you already are an experienced player, looking for an extra boost, we suggest you take a look at our Jurassic World: The Game Hack. If however you don’t wish to use the hack, we suggest you just skip the first few parts of the article. Without further ado, let’s get to the important stuff!
Jurassic World: The Game – Gameplay Basics
As we’ve already explained, this game consists of two phases.
First phase revolves around building your dinosaur park. We at GameBag like to be honest with our readers, so we have to admit that this phase felt a bit bland. The park building phase doesn’t add anything new to the dinosaur park-building game genre. This whole concept is mediocre at best, but that is forgiven since it’s not the focal point of the game anyway.
While there is always something to do in your park, the whole concept becomes kind of a chore after a while. If you are looking for a quality and detailed park-builder you might be better off with some other game. If you, however, don’t care much about the building phase, then you might like the second phase of the game. Skip the next part if you are not a newbie.
Setting Up Your Very Own Dinosaur Park
To successfully set up your park from scratch you need to create buildings and dinosaurs that generate steady income. This is quite simple to do as it is mostly explained in the in-game tutorial. But since you are already here we will go through it all again.
There are three different types of structures in Jurassic World: The Game – static structures, buildings and decorations.
Static structures are the ones you cannot move, destroy or otherwise change in any way. They do, however, offer you some actions and benefits as a park manager. These buildings cannot be placed by the player as they are there from the start.
Here’s what you can build:
- Aquarium – Where all your aquatic dinosaurs are kept.
- Food Production Facility – Produces the much needed food for you dinosaurs.
- Hatchery – This is where you breed your dinosaurs.
- Creation Lab – Is where dinosaurs are evolved and hybrids are created.
- Innovation Center – This building is used mainly to redeem certain codes, can also be used to observe the summary of your dinosaurs.
- Biosphere – This is where all your Cenozioc creatures are kept.
- Asset Repository – Server as a ‘storage’ for all your dinosaurs, but once kept here dinosaurs don’t generate income. Unlocked at level 30.
- Trading Harbor – Here you can exchange one resource for another, note that there is a time limit for this.
Buildings and decorations are two types of structures that you will pay most attention to. Buildings generate income, they earn you coins over time when placed. It essential that you place a few building at the start of your park development. By doing this you will make sure you have enough coins later on. Coins are, naturally, used to further upgrade your park. You can always buy the coins (We encourage you to do this at least once) or simply hack the using our Jurassic World: The Game Hack.
Decorations, however, are used to increase coin income one building or dinosaur provides. You should always place them near a certain building or a dinosaur. By doing this you are increasing the income they provide. The income bonuses stack, so don’t be afraid to make your park look extra detailed and pretty!
Aside from placing buildings in your park, be sure to populate it with some dinosaurs as well. They do generate additional income, and in addition they will fight for you in the upcoming battles. They can be unlocked by either fighting in battles or fusing two species. Instead of coins, they require DNA to be unlocked. Some are available only to the VIP members only however.
There are three main types of dinosaurs. Land, Aquatic and Cenozoic types. Some of these types aren’t dinosaurs at all. Members of the Cenozoic types include mammals as well, and some of the Aquatic types include fish.
Each of these types are further divided into categories, each having it’s own strength and weakness:
- Carnivores – They are strong against Herbivores but weak against Amphibians.
- Herbivores – These types are strong against Pterosaurs, but will often lose to Carnivores.
- Pterosaurs – These guys are strong against Amphibians but weak against Herbivores.
- Amphibians – They are to be used to battle Carnivores, but are quite weak in battle against Pterosaurs.
- Surface – Creatures living in the surface waters, strong against Caves but weak against Reef.
- Reef – Strong against Surface, yet weak against Cave creatures.
- Caves – These types of aquatic creatures are strong when battling Reef , but weak when confronted by Surface creatures.
- Snow – Strong against Savannah but weak against Cavern.
- Savannah – Considered strong against Cavern, but weak against Snow types.
- Cavern – These types are strong against Snow, but weak against Savannah.
While there is a huge amount of dinosaur variations in the game we definitely won’t be review all of them. There are more than 150 dinosaurs, and more are added with each update. We will leave you to discover something for yourselves.
Jurassic World: The Game – Advanced Tips and Tricks
You’ve reached the part of the article that focuses on providing special tips we’ve discovered while playing. These tips can be used by both newbies and pros alike, you tell us if you’ve found them useful. Here are the most helpful ones:
Building Structures To Improve Income
While you might think this belong to the newbie section, you would be quite wrong. Many people just neglect the park building aspect of the game when they start battling with dinosaurs. This is probably due to the fact that dinosaur battles are more fun and engaging. However improving the building phase of the game, improves dramatically the battle phase as well. These two are tightly related so don’t forget to place lots of building around your park. Besides the placing the buildings, you should also maximize the decoration of your park. Remember that decoration income stacks and you can’t really go wrong with it. Most of the players overlook this part.
By far the easiest way to get DNA (Next to our Jurassic World: The Game Hack of course) is fighting online. Start by creating a team of 3 common dinosaurs. Two having good defense and one having good offense (or one good defense, one balanced, and once offense). This way you get a generally balanced team capable of taking on any enemy. Also try to get advantage of the enemy dinosaur that has advantage over your first two. Using common dinosaurs is much faster than using, let’s say legendary ones, since they recover faster. Also the first two defensive dinosaurs will allow you to accumulate enough battle points. With many battle points you can quickly take down the enemy with your offensive dino.
If these weren’t enough be sure check out our other article on Jurassic World: The Game, you have the link here.
Also if you don’t have the money to support or just don’t have the patience to accumulate coins, DNA etc, you can always check out our Jurassic World: The Game Hack. It allows you to hack every important resource you need to develop the best possible version of your dinosaur park!
With this article completed we finally did a review of every aspect of the game, feel free to leave a comment, or a suggestion, or even a tip we missed out so you can help your fellow players out! See you good folks until next time!