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Software Name: Jungle Dino VR
Age Rating: 12+
Review System: Oculus Rift DK2
Price at Time Of Review: £7.99 ($10.50)
Comfort Rating: Green
Size: 976.38 MB
Jungle Dino VR
Intro: Take a trip to a dinosaur inhabited island and explore a variety of environments where you’ll encounter many different kinds of dinosaurs. 10 different carnivore and herbivore species are waiting for you to discover them, including: Pterosaurs, Mosasaurs, Brachiosaurus, Tyrannosaurs, Stegosaurus, Ankylosaurs, Dilophosaurus, Ornithomimus, Parasaurolophus, Velociraptor, Triceratops, and Elasmosaurus. Plus, you’ll come across giant spiders, dragonflies and snakes. Jungle Dino VR is made with the latest 3D technology to provide as real of a depiction of dinosaurs as possible in VR today. Experience extinct dinosaurs any time and as much as you want!
Review: Did you ever want to visit a real Jurassic Park? This dino adventure is as close to that as you might ever get. Featuring more dinos than all the Jurassic series put together, this island explorer adventure is a chance to get up close and personal to some very big dinos.
You start off getting to choose from several locations, but it is much better to go through them one by one. There is little else to do other than walk through each level enjoying the sights and sounds, but at least those sights and sounds look pretty good.
Verdict: There isn’t a whole lot to do here and some of the scenery leaves a lot to be desired, but 90% of the dinosaurs have great animation and showing this to any man, woman or child who loves their dinosaurs will blow their mind away. You get a great scale of size in VR that nothing else can deliver, some of the dinos are so tall you will crank your neck all the way back just to see their heads. While this app is best for the little ones, be warned that there are some pretty scary moments, so be careful what parts you show them. All-in-all a great little dino adventure that is best shown to little ones (leaving the scary parts out).