Dinosaur enthusiasts, pay attention. It looks like you will finally get the chance to catch some dinosaurs, Pokemon Go-style, with an upcoming new game from Ludia – and it’s going to be called Jurassic World Alive, after the popular dinosaur franchise.
According to reports we’ve gathered online, Jurassic World Alive is a mobile, location-based game that allows players to collect dinosaurs from different parts of the world.
Pokemon Go + dinosaurs = 1 epic game!
A short description on Google Play tells us the game’s main objective:
“As a brand new member of the Dinosaur Protection Group, your mission is to save dinosaurs from a second extinction. Explore your surrounding area to find your favorite dinosaurs, including new breeds that are more awe-inspiring and terrifying than ever before.”
The big difference? You won’t have to roam the streets just to catch dinosaurs.
Unlike Pokemon Go that requires you to be physically active, Jurassic World Alive players can use a digital drone to patrol an area to spot any dinosaurs nearby.
“Players can track the animals with the in-game drone and collect DNA samples needed to level up,” reported The Star, “and even create their own hybrid creatures.” The players can then assemble a strike team for a real-life fight with other players’ dinosaurs.
Gotta catch them dinosaurs!
It is expected that Jurassic World Alive will be available for Android and iOS users before June 22 – which is the release date of new movie “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard.
Meanwhile, users who pre-register over at the Apple App Store or Google Play will be able to receive a free gift upon the game’s launch.
Watch the game’s teaser here:
Sounds exciting, you say? You bet it is! I’ve always loved dinos so I know I’ll definitely keep my eyes peeled for this mobile game.
Adorable Little Sisters Recreate Oscar Best Picture Nominees And People Are Loving It!
These girls are brilliant!
Seven years ago, mom Maggie Storino got a black tutu for her baby girl. She let her put it on and took a photo of her, recreating the 2011 Oscar-nominated film, "Black Swan." People loved how the little girl was able to pull it off and the photo went viral. That's what led Maggie to create the project called "Don't Call Me Oscar."
When asked to describe her clever project involving her three little girls, Maggie describes it as "One family's journey through the best picture nominees. Every year, the girls and their mom are able to produce photos with intricate details. And each time, the trio -- composed of Sophia, 7, Sadie, 5 and Sloane 2 -- does it exquisitely. Below are photos of Maggie's project, which include this year's Best Picture nominees.
#1. Manchester By the Sea, 2016
Ed Sheeran Donates Signed Guitar To Help Raise Money For Terminally Ill Fan
“We’re completely overwhelmed. It’s so lovely he’d think of us in this way,” said the girl’s mother.
Whether you like his music or not, there’s no denying that Ed Sheeran is one of the coolest guys in the entertainment industry. Remember that time when he surprised a fan with an impromptu stage performance at a mall? They sang ‘Thinking Out Loud’ together and he even offered two free tickets for a show.
So yes, he’s really kindhearted and generous. That’s already established but as if that wasn’t enough, he proved it once again with another tender act that made netizens everywhere admire him more.
Ed Sheeran donated his signed guitar to a terminally ill fan.
Someone Dumped a Jason Voorhees Statue in a Lake to Freak Out Divers
Now, this is a whole new level of prank, you may say.
It cannot be denied that Jason Voorhees – from the “Friday the 13th” movie franchise – is among the scariest and most violent villains in pop culture. In the sixth installment, protagonists Megan and Tommy are successful in trapping Jason in the bottom of the infamous Crystal Lake. Now, imagine finding this exact scene in real life: What do you think will you do?
Apparently, someone has recreated this by planting a real Jason statue. And mind you, it looks exactly the same, complete with machete and mask. It can be found 120 feet deep in a Minnesotan lake, one that is believed to be popular among divers.