Jurassic Park (Mega-CD)

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Jurassic Park
System(s): Sega Mega-CD
Publisher: Sega
Developer:
Licensor: Universal City Studios, Amblin Entertainment
Peripherals supported: CD BackUp RAM Cart
Genre: Adventure[2][3]

















Number of players: 1
Official in-game languages:
  • English
  • Deutsch
  • Français
  • Español
  • 日本語
  • Release Date RRP Code
    Sega Mega-CD
    JP
    ¥7,8007,800 G-6038
    Sega Mega-CD
    US
    $59.9959.99[5][6] 4411
    Videogame Rating Council: GA
    Sega Mega-CD
    EU
    4411
    Sega Mega-CD
    DE
    DM 99.0099.00[11] 4411-18
    USK: 0
    Sega Mega-CD
    ES
    4411-06
    ELSPA: 3+ OK
    Sega Mega-CD
    FR
    4411-09
    ELSPA: 3+ OK
    Sega Mega-CD
    PT
    Sega Mega-CD
    UK
    £44.9944.99[8][9] 4411
    Sega Mega-CD
    AU
    OFLC: G8
    Sega Mega-CD
    BR
    063030
    Sega Mega-CD
    AS
    4411

    Jurassic Park (ジュラシックパーク) is a Sega Mega-CD full-motion video graphic adventure game developed by Sega Multimedia Studio and published by Sega. Based on the June 1993 film Jurassic Park, the game was first released in the United States and Europe in December 1993, and was developed in coordination with the film's production team, notably enlisting the help of prominent dinosaur paleontologist Dr. Robert T. Bakker.

    Story

    Set after the events of the film, a group of scientists is sent to collect dinosaur eggs at InGen's Jurassic Park, a theme park that is populated with genetically engineered dinosaurs and is located on the fictional island of Isla Nublar. After the group's helicopter crashes on the island, a survivor, the player, receives a video message from Emily Shimura, a computer expert. Shimura states that the crash was the result of sabotage orchestrated by InGen's corporate rival, Biosyn Corporation, which paid to have a bomb attached to the helicopter.

    A second helicopter is sent to rescue the player, but it is also compromised by Biosyn, which has sent out its own team to steal the dinosaur eggs. When Biosyn's helicopter arrives, the company's agents are tranquilized by the player, who uses the helicopter to escape the island.

    Gameplay

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    Kiosk

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    Dinosaur eggs

    Jurassic Park is a point-and-click adventure game. The player must search Isla Nublar to retrieve eggs from seven different dinosaur species and place them in an incubator at the Jurassic Park Visitor's Center. The eggs must be collected within a 12-hour time limit; at least one egg from each dinosaur species must be collected to finish the game. The player can view the collected eggs with  START . The time ticks down faster than real-time, and traveling to different areas costs time. The player can freely explore the island, though some areas require particular items in order to progress.

    The game is played from a first-person perspective, giving the player a panoramic view of the surroundings. The player can move the cursor around with the D-Pad. It pans the view when moved to the edges of the screen. The cursor changes to an arrow when the player can travel in a direction, which can be done with A. The player can find items in the environment, which must be used in a variety of ways to complete the puzzles in the game. The player can pick-up, inspect, or use items with C. The inventory of items can be invoked with B. Among the items are a trio of weapons that the player can use to contend with the dinosaurs in the game. None of the weapons (a stun gun, tranquilizer darts, and gas grenades) are lethal and all of them have limited ammunition, so the player must use the weapons strategically or avoid engaging with dinosaurs outright.

    Paleontologist Robert T. Bakker makes video appearances throughout the game to provide the player with hints and dinosaur information, via special kiosks that are located near dinosaur paddocks. Shimura also provides the player with information through video messages.

    The player has a health bar and can take damage from dinosaurs. Some dinosaurs are outwardly hostile, but others only harm the player if provoked. The player can heal using the first aid kit in the Visitor's Center. The game ends if the player runs out of health or time, but it can be continued from the last saved game.

    Items

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    Inventory
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    Cursor
    The cursor allows the player to interact with the environment. It changes to a hand when the player can pick-up or interact with an object. It changes to a magnifying glass when the player can inspect something. It changes to an arrow when the player can travel in a direction.
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    Stunner
    A low-powered stun gun that can knock out smaller dinosaurs. The gun can be charged to fire a stronger attack by holding C. The stunner can be recharged in the Game Warden's Room of the Visitor's Center. Found in the helicopter in the starting area.
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    Tranquilizer Gun
    Fires darts that tranquilize dinosaurs. Found in the Hatchery/Nursery of the Visitor's Center.
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    Gas Grenade Launcher
    Fires gas grenades that knock out dinosaurs in an area. Found in the Game Warden's Room of the Visitor's Center.
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    Bearhorn
    Emits a loud noise that scares dinosaurs away. It can only be used once. Found in the Tyrannosaurus Area.
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    Card Keys
    Open security doors in the Visitor's Center. There are multiple levels of keys, which open successively more doors. Each new key acquired replaces the previously held key. The White Key is found in a Compy nest outside the starting area and opens the Control Room, the Blue Key is found in the park gate and opens the Hatchery/Nursery, the Triceratops Key is found in a metal box in the Triceratops Area and opens the Game Warden's Room and the pump building, and the Velociraptor Key is found in a well in the Velociraptor Area and opens a door there.
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    Pliers
    Pliers can be used to remove the Blue Key from the park gate. They are found in a toolbox in the Visitor's Center.
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    Wire Cutters
    Used for cutting ropes and straps. Found in an overturned Explorer on the way to the Triceratops Area.
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    Bolt Cutters
    Used for cutting locks and bolts. They also cut ropes and straps that can be cut with the wire cutters. Found in the Gallimimus Area.
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    Crowbar
    Used for prying open boxes. Found in a Jeep in the Triceratops Area.
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    Wrench
    Used to open drain covers and to fix a leak in the pump building of the Triceratops Area. Found in the Gallimimus Area.
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    Medical Injector
    The medical injector is found in a Jeep in the Triceratops Area and used to heal a Triceratops to clear the way to the pump building.
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    Tree Branch
    A tree branch can be used in the Triceratops Area to distract a Triceratops so that the Triceratops Key can be acquired.
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    Big Rock
    Rocks are found throughout the park and used in various ways, such as propping a log in the Gallimimus Area or raising the water level to acquire a key in the Velociraptor Area.
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    Gas Can
    The gas can is found in a overturned Jeep in the Dilophosaurus Area and used to fuel the motorized raft to travel between parts of the area.
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    CDs
    There are Brachiosaurus, Triceratops, and Tyrannosaurus CDs. The Brachiosaurus and Tyrannosaurus CDs are used for their respective kiosks; using the Brachiosaurus kiosk is necessary to acquire the eggs. The Triceratops CD can be used on the Game Warden's computer to reveal a passcode used in the Triceratops Area. The Tyrannosaurus CD is found in a Compy nest in the Dilophosaurus Area, the Brachiosaurus CD is found in a cabinet in the Hatchery/Nursery, and the Triceratops CD is found in an overturned Jeep in the Triceratops Area.
    Compass
    The compass shows the direction that the player is facing, which is useful for navigating the park.
    Motion Detector
    The motion detector shows any dinosaurs that may be in the area but not necessarily in sight. Found in a crate in the Visitor's Center.
    Night Vision Goggles
    The night vision goggles automatically activate in low-light situations. They are needed for the Velociraptor Area. Found in a cabinet in the Game Warden's Room.

    Areas

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    Crash Site
    The starting area is located near the Brachiosaurus Area.

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    Brachiosaurus

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    Gallimimus

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    Dilophosaurus

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    Compys
    Compy eggs can be found in the Dilophosaurus and Velociraptor Areas.

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    Triceratops

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    Tyrannosaurus

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    Velociraptor

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    Escape
    The final section is located in the Gallimimus Area.

    Visitor's Center

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    Rotunda

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    Control Room
    The player can use the computer to view video messages from Shimura, which provide hints and progress the plot of the game, and to save the game.

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    Hatchery/Nursery
    The Hatchery/Nursery room contains the egg incubator, where the player can deposit the collected dinosaur eggs. It also contains a computer with a map of the island, a first aid kit that the player can use to replenish lost health, and a cabinet with a tranquilizer gun and ammunition for it.

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    Game Warden's Room
    The Game Warden's Room contains a cabinet with a gas grenade launcher and ammunition for it. The panel next to the cabinet recharges the player's stunner. There is also a computer with surveillance cameras for the park. If the player inserts the Triceratops CD into it, it reveals a passcode used in the Triceratops Area.

    History

    Development

    Dr. Robert T. Bakker advises the staff of Sega Multimedia Studio during a production meeting.

    The game was originally supposed to use three different perspectives. The game designers eventually decided to focus on the first-person perspective and making a point-and-click adventure game.


    Well, when I first started working on JP (as the most junior of the programmers on the team), each of three junior coders were given the task of prototyping one of the three perspectives. I was given the first-person view, probably because it was the most likely to be dropped from the game if needed.

    However, about two months later, the designers realized that the game design was far too big, and made the decision to just concentrate on one of the three perspectives. I think the decision to go with the first person point and click view came from two things. 1) there were very few point and click style games on the consoles, though they were pretty popular on PCs at the time, so they thought the style might stand out on a console, and 2) my prototype was the most complete when they were making the decision...

    From there, they just threw out the old design and started from scratch, redesigning everything from the ground up.

    Doug Lanford[1]


    Sega enlisted the support of Dr. Robert T. Bakker, a prominent paleontologist who advised the production of the Jurassic Park film, for the Mega-CD tie in. He wrote a "field guide" for the seven species of dinosaur featured in the game, and features as part of the production's full-motion video segments.[12] To better explain to the designers and animators how dinosaurs likely moved, Bakker dissected a chicken at the Sega Multimedia Studio offices to show how the leg joints operated.[13]

    Production credits

    Source:
    In-game credits
    Jurassic Park MCD credits.pdf
    [14]


    Sega Jurassic Park CD Team
    Japanese Localization Team
    Source:
    In-game credits (JP)

    Magazine articles

    Main article: Jurassic Park (Mega-CD)/Magazine articles.

    Promotional material

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    ES print advert (1-1)
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    ES print advert (1-2)
    Logo-pdf.svg
    Print advert in Sega Visions (US) #16: "December/January 1993/1994" (1993-xx-xx)
    also published in:
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    Print advert in Beep! MegaDrive (JP) #1994-09: "September 1994" (1994-08-08)
    also published in:
    File not defined.
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    Print advert in Score (CZ) #10: "Říjen 1994" (1994-10-01)
    also published in:
    • Score (CZ) #11: "Listopad 1994" (1994-11-01)[19]
    • Score (CZ) #12: "Prosinec 1994" (1994-12-01)[20]
    • Score (CZ) #13: "Leden 1995" (1995-01-01)[21]
    • Score (CZ) #14: "Únor 1995" (1995-02-01)[22]
    • Score (CZ) #15: "Březen 1995" (1995-03-01)[23]

    Physical scans

    Sega Retro Average 
    Publication Score Source
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    0 review
    Sega Retro Average 
    Publication Version Score
    Beep! MegaDrive (JP) NTSC-J
    68
    [24]
    Consoles + (FR)
    74
    [25]
    Computer & Video Games (UK)
    87
    [26]
    Digitiser (UK) PAL
    71
    [27]
    Electronic Gaming Monthly (US) NTSC-U
    68
    [28]
    Famitsu (JP) NTSC-J
    70
    [29]
    Game Players (US) NTSC-U
    80
    [6]
    GamePro (US) NTSC-U
    93
    [30]
    GamesMaster (UK)
    81
    [31]
    Games World: The Magazine (UK) PAL
    69
    [9]
    Hyper (AU)
    82
    [32]
    Joypad (FR) PAL
    80
    [33]
    Mega (UK) NTSC-U
    84
    [34]
    Mega Force (FR) PAL
    85
    [35]
    Mega Fun (DE) PAL
    75
    [36]
    Mega Power (UK) NTSC-U
    87
    [37]
    MegaTech (UK) NTSC-U
    79
    [38]
    Mean Machines Sega (UK) PAL
    73
    [39]
    Player One (FR) PAL
    80
    [40]
    Play Time (DE) PAL
    75
    [41]
    Play Time (DE) PAL
    85
    [42]
    Sega Magazin (DE)
    89
    [43]
    Sega Magazine (UK) PAL
    92
    [44]
    Sega Power (UK) NTSC-U
    86
    [45]
    Sega Pro (UK) NTSC-U
    87
    [46]
    Sega Zone (UK) NTSC-U
    76
    [47]
    Sonic Mag: B.D. & Jeux-Video! (FR)
    92
    [48]
    Sega Saturn Magazine (JP) NTSC-J
    78
    [49]
    Super Juegos (ES)
    82
    [50]
    Todo Sega (ES)
    93
    [51]
    Video Games (DE) NTSC-U
    66
    [52]
    VideoGames (US) NTSC-U
    90
    [53]
    Sega Mega-CD
    80
    Based on
    32 reviews

    Jurassic Park (Mega-CD)

    Mega-CD, JP
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    Cover
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    Spinecard
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    Disc
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    Manual
    Mega-CD, US
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    Cover
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    Disc
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    Manual
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    Reg Card
    Mega-CD, EU
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    Cover
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    Disc
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    Manual
    Mega-CD, EU (Reprint)
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    Cover
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    Spinecard
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    Disc
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    Manual
    Mega-CD, FR
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    Cover
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    Disc
    Mega-CD, DE
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    Cover
    Mega-CD, ES
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    Cover
    Mega-CD, PT

    Mega-CD, AU
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    Cover
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    Disc
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    Manual
    Mega-CD, AS
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    Cover
    Mega-CD, BR
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    Images

    Technical information

    ROM dump status

    System Hash Size Build Date Source Comments
    Sega Mega-CD
     ?
    CRC32
    MD5
    SHA-1
    528,557,904 CD-ROM (EU) 4411
    Sega Mega-CD
    CRC32
    MD5
    SHA-1
    528,557,904 CD-ROM (JP) G-6038
    Sega Mega-CD
    CRC32
    MD5
    SHA-1
    528,557,904 CD-ROM (US) 4411
    Sega Mega-CD
     ?
    CRC32
    MD5
    SHA-1
    1993-08-03 Page

    References

    1. 1.0 1.1 Interview: Doug Lanford (2011-03-01) by Sega-16
    2. File:JurassicPark MCD JP Box Back.jpg
    3. 3.0 3.1 https://sega.jp/history/hard/mega-cd/software.html (Wayback Machine: 2020-06-22 19:24)
    4. https://groups.google.com/g/rec.games.video.sega/c/qeKIcUfxpHU/m/ybVHXn9hwUEJ
    5. GamePro, "February 1994" (US; 199x-xx-xx), page 86
    6. 6.0 6.1 Game Players, "Vol. 7 No. 4 April 1994" (US; 1994-0x-xx), page 64
    7. 7.0 7.1 Sega Force Mega, "January 1994" (UK; 1993-12-16), page 8
    8. Computer & Video Games, "July 1994" (UK; 1994-06-15), page 73
    9. 9.0 9.1 Games World: The Magazine, "October 1994" (UK; 1994-08-25), page 17
    10. Video Games, "9/93" (DE; 1993-08-25), page 43
    11. Megablast, "4/93" (DE; 1993-09-29), page 35
    12. Game Players, "Vol. 6 No. 11 November 1993" (US; 1993-1x-xx), page 95
    13. Game Players, "Vol. 6 No. 11 November 1993" (US; 1993-1x-xx), page 96
    14. File:Jurassic Park MCD credits.pdf
    15. Electronic Games (1992-1995), "January 1994" (US; 1993-12-21), page 20
    16. GamePro, "January 1994" (US; 199x-xx-xx), page 142
    17. Sega Visions, "February/March 1994" (US; 199x-xx-xx), page 68
    18. Beep! MegaDrive, "October 1994" (JP; 1994-09-08), page 5
    19. Score, "Listopad 1994" (CZ; 1994-11-01), page 2
    20. Score, "Prosinec 1994" (CZ; 1994-12-01), page 23
    21. Score, "Leden 1995" (CZ; 1995-01-01), page 41
    22. Score, "Únor 1995" (CZ; 1995-02-01), page 41
    23. Score, "Březen 1995" (CZ; 1995-03-01), page 41
    24. Beep! MegaDrive, "October 1994" (JP; 1994-09-08), page 20
    25. Consoles +, "Juillet/Août 1994" (FR; 1994-0x-xx), page 142
    26. Computer & Video Games, "May 1994" (UK; 1994-04-15), page 62
    27. Digitiser (UK) (1994-08-25)
    28. Electronic Gaming Monthly, "March 1994" (US; 1994-xx-xx), page 36
    29. Famitsu, "1994-10-07" (JP; 1994-09-22), page 1
    30. GamePro, "April 1994" (US; 1994-xx-xx), page 36
    31. GamesMaster, "April 1994" (UK; 1994-03-17), page 67
    32. Hyper, "March 1994" (AU; 1994-xx-xx), page 48
    33. Joypad, "Juillet/Août 1994" (FR; 1994-0x-xx), page 146
    34. Mega, "March 1994" (UK; 1994-02-17), page 38
    35. Mega Force, "Juillet/Août 1994" (FR; 1994-07-04), page 76
    36. Mega Fun, "03/94" (DE; 1994-02-23), page 116
    37. Mega Power, "March 1994" (UK; 1994-02-17), page 28
    38. MegaTech, "February 1994" (UK; 1994-01-20), page 14
    39. Mean Machines Sega, "May 1994" (UK; 1994-03-xx), page 67
    40. Player One, "Juillet/Août 1994" (FR; 1994-0x-xx), page 104
    41. Play Time, "4/94" (DE; 1994-03-09), page 158
    42. Play Time, "1/95" (DE; 1994-12-07), page 106
    43. Sega Magazin, "Dezember 1994" (DE; 1994-11-17), page 83
    44. Sega Magazine, "May 1994" (UK; 1994-04-15), page 92
    45. Sega Power, "March 1994" (UK; 1994-02-03), page 32
    46. Sega Pro, "March 1994" (UK; 1994-01-27), page 56
    47. Sega Zone, "March 1994" (UK; 1994-02-24), page 44
    48. Sonic Mag: B.D. & Jeux-Video!, "Mai 1994" (FR; 1994-04-15), page 36
    49. Sega Saturn Magazine, "September 1995" (JP; 1995-08-08), page 85
    50. Super Juegos, "Abril 1994" (ES; 1994-0x-xx), page 120
    51. Todo Sega, "Marzo 1994" (ES; 1994-0x-xx), page 50
    52. Video Games, "3/94" (DE; 1994-02-23), page 73
    53. VideoGames, "April 1994" (US; 1994-0x-xx), page 69



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    Jurassic Park (Mega-CD)

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    Prereleases:
    Sega Mega-CD
    Prototypes: 1993-08-03