A trio of arcade games based on all three of the Jurassic Park
movie. The first two were made by Sega
, and the third by Konami
Jurassic Park (1994)
A motion ride Rail Shooter
that supposedly takes place after the first movie. For some odd reason, you head back to the island and brave the dangers of the rampant dinosaurs in the search for...something. They never really tell you. The game controls with two joysticks to move the crosshairs around to show the dinosaurs while the seat moves with the action on screen, similar to Sega's previous rail shooter, Rail Chase
. The game was, and still is, noticeable for being seen in many a Chuck E Cheese's.
This game has been riffed on by Retsupurae
, mainly because of its large amount of deviations from the movie.
The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)
A more traditional light gun game, the game seems to take place in a alternate form of the main movie as you play two park rangers trying to help Ian and Sarah escape the island. Was made into a full theater booth (though not a motion ride) and standard arcade size. Like House of the Dead
, it gleans a bit of the system from Virtua Cop
in that bosses and certain encounters have colored circles you must shoot to avoid taking damage.
game created for PlayStation
and Sega Saturn
, see The Lost World: Jurassic Park (Console)
Jurassic Park III (2001)
This time you play as two rangers who are under the command of Alan Grant to rescue survivors who have crashed on the island. With the change in developers came a more slower paced version of the game. The main gimmick was that it used a "Escape" button during boss battles to move you to another section of the area to avoid boss attacks. There was also an extremely rare version that used motion sensors ala Konami's previous shooter, Police 911
The games have the following tropes: