Who doesn’t love dinosaurs? Today these games are mostly in decline, but at one time, the market was filled with really interesting releases. Even now they can compete with enthralling slots available with a welcome bonus because of their graphics and fascinating storylines.

Animal Revolt Battle Simulator

Animal Revolt Battle Simulator would be a typical indie game if it didn’t have dinosaurs there. The essence of the game is that the gamer must pit armies against each other. He is offered to create up to seven opposing armies consisting of different creatures and just watch as they destroy each other. The physics of the bodies, thanks to which they behave like real ones, adds to the spectacle.

You can attach weapons and armor to the animals. Moreover, this feature is not limited, and you can create real monsters. In addition to the observer mode, you can play in first person, destroying dinosaurs and other creatures.

Dino D-Day

Like destroying Nazis and dinosaurs? How about combining it all in one game? You get Dino D-Day where in 1942 Adolf Hitler resurrected dinosaurs and threw them into battle. Protoceratops, dilophosaurus, pterosaurs, tyrannosaurs – they will all be available in this strange, but dynamic and exciting game that has received very good reviews from gamers. The graphics are almost on the level of Call of Duty 2, the gameplay too, but it doesn’t decrease the pleasure from the madness of the process.

The Isle

This game is quite different from the majority of projects of this type. The gamer takes on the role of a predatory or herbivorous dinosaur. The main task – survival. Yes, it is a dinosaur survival horror. The player has to get food, avoid skirmishes with stronger opponents, and grow to increase his chances of survival. Like your dinosaur, everyone else will constantly evolve. And all this in multiplayer mode on servers with up to a hundred players. You can also create packs, nests, and wage turf wars.

Horizon Zero Dawn

Horizon Zero Dawn is a third-person role-playing action game where the player takes on the role of a young hunter in a post-apocalyptic world. She has to fight mechanical robot beasts that look like dinosaurs for valuable prey. She can be used to create new weapons and survival tools.

This game received high scores from players for its elaborate gameplay, graphics, and unusual open-world concept populated by giant, predatory mechanical beasts.

ARK: Survival Evolved

ARK: Survival Evolved is an open world survival simulator. In the story the hero is thrown on the coast of the island, where he has to hunt, gather resources, craft things, and explore technology to survive in the far from hospitable terrain. You can also tame and breed dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures. And breeding dinosaurs allows you to carry out sequential selection with changes in the creatures’ characteristics. Using some items in special places, you can fight huge monsters to test your army of creatures for toughness. And the biggest plus is the ability to ride a Tyrannosaurus. Hardly any other dinosaur game can boast of this.

Primal Carnage: Extinction

Primal Carnage: Extinction was obviously inspired by the Jurassic Park movie, because the resurrected dinosaurs from the island escape, and the team of mercenaries is sent to catch them. In the game you can take on the role of both humans and dinosaurs. And the latter are available in eleven different classes – from small and nimble to giant tyrannosaurus. Each has its own unique traits and ways of attacking. As for the mercenaries, they have five classes and several types of weapons and equipment that can help you defeat the creepy creatures. Battles take place on different terrains, from tropical jungles to laboratories.