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The only game which lets you see amazing meat-eating dinosaurs in action and challenge them for ultimate survival! Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter is a hunting simulation that is completely true to life and totally breathtaking. You land on a distant planet inhabited by dinosaurs and progress from a shy wildlife observer to a stealthy and ruthless T-Rex hunter. All dinosaurs are in full 3D complete with their terrifying roars! • Select from 7 huge 3D environments • Chose time of day (night vision on!) • Fill the area with dinosaurs to your liking and skills • Equip with camouflage, cover scent or radar • Pick a weapon and hunt or take a camera and observe • Store your prey in real-size trophy room • Go green and use tranquilizer instead of bullets • Read tips and tricks for every dinosaur in ‘Dinopedia’ To anyone who played Carnivores on PC, guaranteed hours of nostalgia! There are 22 dinosaur now and more are coming! The game is compatible with Fling controller. Become a fan of Carnivores on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/carnivores Thank you for playing our games! Stay in touch for news and updates: www.facebook.com/tatemgames www.twitter.com/tatemgames www.youtube.com/tatemgames Thank you for playing our games. We read all of your comments and do our best to make the game better. Keep going!
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Dino hunter is one of my favorite apps on my iPad, I can’t really think of any flaws for this game aside from some of the sizes. The game has amazing graphics (for its time) and a simple task, to hunt dinosaurs. However the game does have one detail about it that bothers me (no it’s not that half of the Dino’s should have feathers) it’s the scale. While you did a grand job on most of the scaling some of the dinosaurs either feel a bit too big (I.e velociraptor) or way too small (I.e Allosaurus). And granted I haven’t hunted them in a while (especially allosaurus) and you may have fixed the dinosaurs sizes it still really bothers me. Oh and before I’m done with this essay of a review I’d like to say one little thing... the spino and rex feel a few feet shorter than usual. And that’s it really, hope you guys see this and cya! (I should probably check myself right about now)
I’ve been playing Dinosaur Hunter for practically half of my life now— And I enjoy the idea of it quite well. However, I agree that this game should meet more standards; And be updated more often since it is the only mobile app from the Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter series. Being true that Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter Reborn has been a bigger work in progress, including the fact that its graphics are very well improved apart from this mobile version, and Reborn acquires more hunting perks; I feel like it’s although fair to switch your eyes to this app often, updating it regularly every 2-3 months. Okay— First things first— The recent reskinning on some of the dinosaurs, I have to point out that it made me upset. The other skins that came with the certain dinosaurs when they were released in the game were more original; But now it feels like the reskins gave them the common colors that varied through every dinosaur in the game. It’s not only that, but there SHOULD be more dinosaurs, more diverse wether they’re soaring in the sky or lurking in the ocean’s depths. Also, the graphics are fairly good— But can be improved with smoothing and extra key details. I’m not saying that you have to turn this completely into Reborn, but give this mobile game more thought. With more work, I believe this game is only a couple steps away from #1.
First off I get why this game is 5 dollars but for 5 dollars you have to meet people expectations. When I bought this I expected a hunt but it was just a lock and load shoot Dino’s and leave. Add a better detection system. I believe you just added a radius that is the detection zone but I think you did it all around rather than on the peripherals. Maybe add a food and thirst bar that you fill up by eating mochops and dimetrodons. Make the Dino’s harder to find but still manageable. Herbivores also defend themselves so maybe you should make them dangerous from tail whips to headbutts. Increase each dinosaur size by 2.5x so it feels more realistic. I get that this is a alien planet but the proportions will seem the same next to the dinosaurs. Also make the guns better! Instead of just having the gun in your back pocket why not have it holstered in your hand. Lastly the best feature you can probably add is Dino’s that kill and eat each other for food! If a carnivore sees a herbivore it will attack and kill. Which ever one is the heaviest will win the fight. Also add pack hunting for velociraptor. Make the allosaurus look like a allosaurus. Also make it so carnivores fight for meals. And make flying bird hunts.
I’m pretty sure a T-Rex wasn’t actually invulnerable to fatal wounds but for a piercing shot through an eye. That’s a bit of a stretch and pretty silly limitation. Considering the sniper rifles very limited zoom, poor optics and no ability to calm the shooter down to reduce sway it’s even sillier. If the purpose is to make it an ultimate challenge and prize at least make it a little less ridiculous like say how about a head shot or heart shot as well. I know it’s not impossible to kill a T-Rex now! I’ve done it 3 times, but at considerable effort and several deaths. That all said, and considering the various mobile devices Carnivores is developed to run on I have no other serious gripes. The new grass is really nice, and the reskins have added much needed improvements to keep up with more modern iPads. There is room to improve still such as how the dino’s can suddenly change direction in an instant where they should at least have to slow a little bit first before changing direction so dramatically, especially the larger ones. Keep the updates coming with more realism improvements please.
I still have the disk copy of Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter & remember playing Carnivores II at a friends house. They were the hunting games I grew up with. I have no beef with the game itself, accept that you can’t place down tents like you could in Carnivores II & most of the Dino models are A LOT SMALLER than they were in the original games. And the Laser Gun. OH BOY that was a fun fun to use! The thing I find misleading about this game is the description. It clearly states that there are currently 22 dinosaurs available to hunt yet on the hunting list there is only 18... this game description has said the same thing over the past 2 years and the last time they made a Dino update was early LAST YEAR! Don’t say there are this many Dino’s when you don’t have the actual amount you say you have in the game & find that your statement isn’t true... I bought PRO versions for Dinosaur Hunter & Ice Age & though the Animals in Ice Age are lit ASF, the Dinosaur Hunter app does not have 22 Dino’s to hunt but only 18.
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Last update was at Jul 30, 2021and the current version is 1.8.6.
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