The Legacy of Isla Nublar Art Before the Kickstarter Launch

The Kickstarter launch of Jurassic World: The Legacy Of Isla Nubar is fast approaching. To celebrate, publisher Funko Games has unveiled an incredible piece of art exclusively with TheGamer. As seen in the featured image of this article – as well as the full size version below – it depicts the main characters from the original Jurassic Park film above the now iconic Jurassic Park gates in a style of amazing cartoon.

If you like the look of this art, you might be pleased to know that the Kickstarter for the board game this art promotes is going live soon. The Jurassic World: The Legacy Of Isla Nubar Kickstarter is set to go live on March 22, which is next Tuesday for those about to get their calendars out. It’s not live right now, but you can head over to the Kickstarter website and follow the project to be notified when it goes live.


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If this is your first time hearing about a Jurassic World tabletop game, allow us to explain what it entails. You and up to three other players will adventure to the island of Isla Nubar, location of the first Jurassic Park movie. There, you’ll play as several different scientists and visionaries as you transform Isla Nubar into the dinosaur theme park of your dreams.


Of course, it wouldn’t be a Jurassic Park game without the dinosaurs. Jurassic World: The Legacy Of Isla Nubar will also task players with protecting employees and visitors from a variety of different dinos, including Velociraptors, Brachiosaurus, and of course Tyrannosaurus Rex. You’ll also be able to breed new dinosaurs, and your team’s choices will determine your adventure on Isla Nubar.

In other dinosaur-related news, Skyhook Games – the developer behind Lawn Mowing Simulator – recently announced that the game will be getting Dino Safari DLC. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like for the poor gardeners who have to maintain the enclosures of terrifying man-eating dinosaurs, now you can experience it for yourself.

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