Jurassic Park 2 The Chaos Continues

Jurassic Park 2 The Chaos Continues

Jurassic Park 2 The Chaos Continues

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Jurassic Park Part 2: The Chaos Continues is a video game, a non-canonical continuation of the Jurassic Park series for the SNES and Game Boy. The game predicts that faith in the Jurassic Park concept is undiminished after the first game's events, and that International Genetics Technologies intends to reestablish control. In the meantime, the island is vulnerable to outside attack. Jurassic Park 2 featured a cinematic opening (complete with audio dialogue, a rarity at the time) explaining that the main competitor of InGen, Biosyn, is sending in troops and scientists in an attempt to gain control of Isla Nublar for their own purposes. The instruction booklet indicates that InGen CEO John Hammond has personally asked Dr. Alan Grant (First Player) and a soldier named Michael Wolfskin (Second Player) to bring the island under control after Biosyn's attack. The game is based on an original sequel story to the original Jurassic Park film.

How to play:

↑ = up
→ = right
↓ = down
← = left

X = A Button
Z = B Button
S = X Button
A = Y Button

Q = L Button
W = R Button

R = Select
Enter = Start

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