This Indie Jurassic Park Game Looks Awesome

The history books are lousy with Jurassic Park games. Some have been good, others not so much, but a new dino game in development looks like it's headed straight for the awesome column. It's called Jurassic Park: Aftermath, and it looks freaking gorgeous.

Aftermath is a one-man indie currently being developed in CryEngine3 for PC. Personally I think it looks gorgeous.

As a lover of both the novels and films in the Jurassic Park universe, I think the way the developer has faithfully recreated scenes like the helipad, visitor centre and raptor pen is awesome. He's nailed it right down to the design of the "High Voltage" fence signage!

When the developer posted the new screenshots on Reddit yesterday, a commenter called him out saying it looked a bit average. The developer replied that polish comes from resources, and he's a one-man band on this project. He's certainly further along than I would ever be with such a project, so props to him. Of course, not everything always goes to plan...

Jurassic Park: Aftermath doesn't have a release date at this stage, so we'll just have to sit on our hands and wait for more pretty to emerge. Check out the below screenshots to see what I mean.

On top of the awesome new screenshots, the developer also gave the park a Christmas makeover for a new demo.


JP: Aftermath - Happy christmas - Indie DB

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Originally published on Kotaku Australia