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[Tier: Moons]NES Jurassic Park (USA) in 23:52.87 by jlun2.
FCEUX movie (.fm2) (date: 2015-06-27)
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- Takes damage to save time
- Genre: Action
One of many different titles based on Steven Spielberg's 1993 dinosaur thriller, the NES version of Jurassic Park is a top-down action game with exploration elements.

Playing as Dr. Alan Grant, the player must work through six levels by completing certain objectives including rescuing the kids Tim and Lex, restoring power, destroying Raptor nests and finally getting off the dinosaur-infested island. To advance in a level, a number of dinosaur eggs scattered over the area must be collected or destroyed. This will reveal a passcard used to gain entry to buildings, or some other items necessary to complete the assignment. The park's computer terminals can be used to request hints on where to go next.

jlun2 hops for the most part through the game in 23 minutes and 52.87 seconds.

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