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The Lost World: Jurassic Park is a Sega Mega Drive game developed by Appaloosa Interactive and published by Sega. It was released for the console in 1997, and was the last Mega Drive game to be published by Sega (aside from compilations). The game should not be confused with others with the same name. This one is an isometric shooting game.
This game or perhaps FIFA Road to World Cup 98 was the last game to be released in Europe.
Appaloosa Interactive Credits
- Original Game Design: Szenttornyai Laszlo
- Final Game Design: David Hill, Brudyak Mihaly
- Graphic Design and Artwork: Balogh Zsolt
- Team Leader: Brudyak Mihaly
- Lead Programmer: Fester Ignac
- Additional Programming: Abonyi Gyorgy
- Boss Stage Programming and Design: Roka Attila
- Additional Artwork: Csige Tamas, Gogos Karoly, J. I. Logan, Bakai Andras, Eglesz Andrea, Maksa Zoltan, Orban Nandor, Paplogo Erzsabet
- Level Layout: David Hill
- Level Editing: David Hill, Jason Friedman, Mezei Sandor
- Editing Software: Szenttornyai Laszlo, Brudyak Mihaly
- Music: Heger Attila
- Sound Effects: Molnar Laszlo, Toth Szabolcs
- Appaloosa Special Thanks to: Dr. Gyorfi Zoltan, Jason Friedman, Tassonyi Kadocsa
Sega of America Credits
- Producer: Steve Hutchins
- Associate Producer: Michael S. Jablonn
- Product Manager: Kristin McCloskey
- Lead Tester: Aaron Hommes
- Assistant Lead Tester: Rick Greer
- Testers: Amy Albertson, Lorne Asuncion, Anthony Borba, Karen Brown, Don Carmichael, Joe Damon, Mike Dobbins, Arnold Feener, Howard Gipson, Jeff B. Junio, Lloyd Kinoshita, Chris Lucich, Tony Lynch, Marcus Montgomery, Abe Navarro, Dave Paniagua, Mark Paniagua, Todd Slepian, Matt Underwood, Fernando Valderrama, Ferdinand Villar, Paulita Villatuya, Peter Young
- Sega Special Thanks to: Shuji Utsumi, Bernie Stolar, Ryoichi Hasegawa, the Seedy Crew, Steve Booth, Connie B., Karen B., and Rick W.
- Main article: The Lost World: Jurassic Park (Mega Drive)/Magazine articles.
|Sega Retro Average
|Game Informer (US)
|| №54, p64
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| Mega Drive, EU
| Mega Drive, BR
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|| Cartridge (US/EU)