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In the game, you have to hunt dinosaurs using the light gun at different levels of difficulty to get points, the game has only 6 selectable stages and all end in a main boss.
 
In the game, you have to hunt dinosaurs using the light gun at different levels of difficulty to get points, the game has only 6 selectable stages and all end in a main boss.
   
Notably, the game’s soundtrack, composed by ''Cao Huaizhen'' (credited as ''Dr. Cao''), used the NES music driver mainly used in Sunsoft’s later NES releases. Some levels even include bits of parallax scrolling.
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Notably, the game’s soundtrack, composed by ''Cao Huaizhen'' (credited as ''Dr. Cao''), used the NES music driver mainly used in Sunsoft’s late NES releases. Some levels even include bits of parallax scrolling.
   
 
== Gallery ==
 
== Gallery ==
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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
*The Desert Stage is used an original music called Azzurro by Adriano Celentano.
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*The Desert Stage is using an original music called Azzurro by Adriano Celentano.
 
*The last two songs are not used in the game for unknown reasons.
 
*The last two songs are not used in the game for unknown reasons.
 
*The shotgun sprite is stolen from ''Doom II''.
 
*The shotgun sprite is stolen from ''Doom II''.

Latest revision as of 12:26, February 2, 2019

Blood Of Jurassic
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Title screen.
Publisher Shanghai Paradise & Technology Co.
Developer Inventor
Console Famicom
Date 1997-06-??
Sound engine Sunsoft
Alternate names/hacks Jurassic Hunting: Jurassic Park (2005 Waixing version)
Lièshā Zhūluójì

Blood Of Jurassic is an original light gun game made for the Famicom in 1997 by Inventor and published by Shanghai Paradise. The game was later released as Jurassic Hunting: Jurassic Park in 2005 by Waixing.

Overview Edit

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Level selection screen.

In the game, you have to hunt dinosaurs using the light gun at different levels of difficulty to get points, the game has only 6 selectable stages and all end in a main boss.

Notably, the game’s soundtrack, composed by Cao Huaizhen (credited as Dr. Cao), used the NES music driver mainly used in Sunsoft’s late NES releases. Some levels even include bits of parallax scrolling.

Gallery Edit

Trivia Edit

  • The Desert Stage is using an original music called Azzurro by Adriano Celentano.
  • The last two songs are not used in the game for unknown reasons.
  • The shotgun sprite is stolen from Doom II.

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