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Dino D-Day


Adolf Hitler has succeeded in resurrecting dinosaurs. The reptilian horde has trampled Europe and the Mediterranean. Can nothing stop the Nazi’s dinosaur army?

Dino D-Day is a frantic, action-packed multiplayer game that will transport you to a World War II that should have been. You and your friends will battle online choosing to serve the cause of the Allied nations or Adolf Hitler. The Allied side includes six playable characters each with unique weapons and abilities to use in combat. Gun down a Dilophosaur with your trusty M1 Garand, blast a kamikaze pterosaur out of the sky with your Thompson sub-machine gun, toss out a dead jack rabbit to lure a raptor into a trap.

As an Axis player you will have your choice of three human classes and three dinosaur classes. Ambush your enemy with speed and stealth as the Raptor, mercilessly pound the enemy with the Desmatosuchus’ heavy 20mm gun, rampage through enemy groups as the Dilophosaur, pick up a body and throw it at an enemy for a double kill! The German soldier classes are the perfect complement to their dinosaur comrades.

You’ve played World War II games before…but have you played a World War II game with dinosaurs?


President Roosevelt on Dinosaurs:

"Dinosaurs. Perhaps to future historians it will seem inevitable and unsurprising that Hitler has brought back dinosaurs upon the earth. But to those of us in the twentieth century, nothing could astound us more. I was flabbergasted, especially since prep school was many decades ago and I had only a vague recollection of what a dinosaur actually was. Naturally since reading your letter I have educated myself on exactly what sort of threat this dinosaur may prove to be. My advisers have told me that dinosaurs may be described as a sort of naked bear, but with prodigious strength and teeth. Though I do not know by what means such an animal may be coaxed to drive a Nazi tank or man a machine gun, it is evident that the threat is a real one."


Welcome to Dino-Dystopia

"You can imagine what a bitter blow it is to me that all my long struggle to win peace has failed. No man who knows me would deny that the two things I love above all others are peace and dinosaurs. I was enthused as any man when I learned that dinosaurs had once again appeared - and conjured forth by industrious and trustworthy German sciencery. I am astonished that the promised recreational park featuring these noble beasts did not materialize, even though Mister Goebbels sent us convincing tickets of admission and discount coupons to the park gift shoppe. However, it appears now that this was a well planned deception. I now believe that Hitler has planned all along to use these dinosaurs for evil, and that there shall be no park in our time."

~Prime Minister Chamberlain, September 3, 1939


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