Rating
4.5 - Very good
Version
6
Downloads
16 K
Price
Free
Last updated on
26-11-2018


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"In this world, those who rule are the dinosaurs!"


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Main Features of Dinosaurs Are People Too

  1. Game Goal: Your mission is to evolve an incredible world of dinosaurs and experience the most interesting period in history.
  2. How to Play: Manage the dinosaurs and expand their world by investing in different buildings. The goal is to enable dinosaurs to live through important moments in history such as the discovery of fire and writing.
  3. Graphics: The graphics are colorful and the dinosaurs live in cities as if they were human beings.
  4. Controls: Dinosaurs are People Too is a typical click-on-screen game.
  5. Languages: English.
  6. Size: 78M
  7. Operating System: Android
  8. Recomendations: Does not include loud startling sounds.
  9. Price details: Free app with no internal purchases. Free
  10. Installation requirements: A minimum of 78M of free memory space and Android OS which Varies with device.

POSITIVE about Dinosaurs Are People Too

  1. It has a wide variety of characters.
  2. Fluid and simple gameplay.
  3. A fun way to kill some time.

NEGATIVE about Dinosaurs Are People Too

  1. It may crash on some devices.

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