[Discussion] Escape From Dinosaur Island (1996)

Discussion in 'Computer Games and General Discussion' started by [^Blark^], Jun 1, 2016.

  1. [^Blark^]
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    When I was younger I played a PC game called "Escape from dinosaur island" it was a point and click adventure game where you had to make your way to the boat dock and escape without being killed. I played it during the years 1998-2000 I would have been anywhere from 8-10yrs olds. I have found the game recently online and happened to download it again since the "shareware" disc I own is so scratched up I can't install the game from it anymore and had to go searching for it.

    I mainly just want to know has anyone else every played this game and beat it. it seems the developers abandond this game and it never got a proper release. I'm just curious as to whether or not it's "beatable" am I the only person who has tried / remember this game. I can get so far up to the T-rex and the park ranger but then I'm stuck as I die from falling off the cliff or the t-rex eats me. (it's like you get so far and the game won't let you get further unless I'm missing an item before I progress past the un returnable point???)

    it's not a big deal if I don't get any replies but my father and I have some nostalgia from playing it and would like to beat it if possible.

    if you'd like to give it a try if you haven't already played it in the past like I'm asking... then google "sea side studio ESCAPE.ZIP" I'm sure you'll get lucky. I'm not sure if I'm able to share the link. "but being shareware" I would think I could but I want to be on the safe side and not get reported.

    Developer: Sea Side Studios
    Game: Demo/Shareware
    Console: PC Windows 2000/ME

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    thanks for any feedback :)
     
  2. TylerHartman

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    I also have played this. Never beaten it though. I'm interested to see more info about this. Any website on the floppy?