Currently in a Kickstarter campaign, Dinosaur Fossil Hunter will we unveiled in demo form during the Summer’s Steam Game Festival.
While all the other kids were playing with Transformers and dinosaurs, I was too busy making death slides for my GI Joe figures or drawing boobs.
Even at a later age, dinosaurs have never been my thing, and Jurassic Park was so… meh.
However, having just watched the trailer for Dinosaur Fossil Hunter, from Pyramid Games, the concept has piqued my interest – possibly because of the archaeological digging side of things.
That’s one thing I had in common with the other kids – Indiana Jones.
Anyhoo, Dinosaur Fossil Hunter is nearing its goal on Kickstarter at the time of writing, and you can see why it’s so close – it looks excellent.
In the game, you play a palaeontologist, searching the plains of the US of A, looking for dinosaur fossils.
Your role includes the actual dig; using a variety of tools to excavate, clean and examine potential finds and even display them in your own museum.
Like DepowerBall, a playable demo will be unveiled during the Steam Games Festival from the 9th June, so a date worth inputting in your Rolodex.
There’s no point in hoarding the trailer all for myself – if you haven’t seen it yet, have a looksie below:
Though Dinosaur Fossil Hunter won’t be out until the later part of 2020, it’s worth looking at the demo, if not the current Kickstarter page if you wish to invest.