Huge news, dinosaur enthusiasts: work on Telltale Games' Jurassic Park: The Game has wrapped and it's hitting this November 15 across almost every major platform under the sun -- with the exception of ours. Fear not, though. According to a press release, the iPad version is slated to hit the App Store "shortly after" this sweeping release. We can only guess what the hold-up is, but it's known that dinosaurs are feisty talent to work with and probably don't enjoy being shrunk to fit onto 10-inch screens. Or put into parks, for that matter.

Jurassic Park: The Game, from what we gather from other reports, is a spin on the Telltale adventure game formula, as it'll supposedly be much more action oriented. It's been compared to Heavy Rain on a few occasions, too, though that really doesn't tell us much.

Interestingly, this game will take us all back to Isla Nublar during the events of the first movie. Somehow, it'll squeeze in new dinosaurs, new locations, but also pay its respects to the beasts and places we fell in love with in the first place. Neat!

  • Sanuku

    Looking forward for another Lag - Festival.

  • danijel korov

    No iphone version??? 🙁

  • Noah

    If you're gunna mention a game like Heavy Rain, could we at least get a Link to whatever the game is? 🙂

    • Sanuku

      Here is the Homepage: I don`t know who did compare Heavy Rain to Jurassic Park: The Game but he must have been under Drugs during that Time.

      • Stuart Bradley Newsom

        On drugs? The developers stated the game mechanics is similar to heavy rain.

    • Anonymous

      You know, theres something called google, just throwing that out there.

  • Stuart Bradley Newsom

    Also just to point out, even though this game isn't coming out before the major consoles, you guys did get previous games before console/pc. So no point in being anal (no one is being anal, just preparing for those that are)

  • Ben Camenker

    Just because I have to - the Dinosaur wasn't "poisonous" if it's bite injected toxins. The term is "venomous." Poisonous would be, say, if they were having Tyrannosaur steak and fell deathly ill. Venom is injected, poison is ingested. COME ON, GUYS!

  • Anonymous

    Wow, so dinosaurs can break stone walls by charging through them?  and bite steel bars without screaming in pain?  This doesn't look very believable.

  • Charles Gaines

    Hyenas can bite through steel; no particular reason a dinosaur with sufficient bite strength couldn't.