Frantic, multiplayer action involving Nazis and dinosaurs! What are you waiting for? This is World War II as it should have been!
User reviews: Very Positive (8,085 reviews)
Release Date: Apr 8, 2011

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January 29

Free Weekend and New Comic DLC!

In related news, this weekend also brings us issue #1 of the brand new Dino D-Day digital comic. Let's face it, if you are already a big enough nerd to enjoy a video game about dinosaurs in WW2, you are a big enough nerd to read the origin story in a comic. Embrace your hopeless inner nerd, like we have, and pick up this comic at Dino D-Day's Steam store page.

Because we’re also comic nerds, we’re super excited to have gotten renowned comic creator Tommy Lee Edwards (Google him) to break away from his work with Marvel, DC, etc to design our book and create the layouts. We used the game as a virtual prop house to create the final look over his layouts, which means that the end result is nerd squared! With the comic you also get TLE’s original full-color layouts with a toggle switch that lets you click back and forth on each page.

Operation Genesis tells the story of how Captain Jack Hardgrave and Nigel Blythe-Crossley first met: on a combined allied mission to a mysterious new Nazi installation on the French coast. What is lurking within the damp concrete walls of this base? Chances are, it is something with enormous teeth and rancid breath! Nigel and Hardgrave have to learn to work together and use all their dino-fighting know-how to deal with this new menace. All the thrills, chills, and tongue-in-cheek humor of Dino D-Day the game, but now with story! Spoiler: there’s a new character on the last page. Beautiful? Yes. Deadly? Of course! Help us make issue #2, where she helps busts our heroes out of Nazi captivity, by picking up the comic along with the game!!

But wait, you say, why do Hardgrave and Nigel look different in the comic than they do in the game? The characters depicted in the comic book are derived from new designs created for some planned narrative projects and we wanted to show off the new looks in the comic!

The comic DLC is available on Dino D-Day's product page, and will go straight to your game client. Read it right from your main game menu, or as a high resolution DRM FREE pdf! Excelsior!


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November 26, 2014

Jurrasic-Sized Update and DLC Released!

The Jurassic-Sized Update

The long awaited graphical update to Dino D-Day fixes some issues that our community has noticed, bugs that were hampering gameplay, brings an entirely new version of the Source engine (Portal 2) to the game, and also brings a huge facelift to characters, animations, environments, weapons, and props. You’ll see some models that have been replaced, and others are completely new. We hope you will enjoy fighting the great dinosaur war all over again inside the newer, better looking, better playing Dino D-Day. Oh, and did we mention it’s free? Check out some additional before and after shots here.

Dino D-Day: Last Stand

The pulse-pounding co-op survival game where you and your friends play through 10 intense waves of snarling Nazi Dinosaurs is out of beta and ready for you to join the team. As you fight, you’ll pick up gold from every kill you make, and can spend it in the new Quartermaster store on upgrades, special abilities, new weapons and animal companions. Our old friend Trigger is there, alongside new addition Vengeance Goat, a goat who--with the help of an allied supplied Tesla coil--serves out revenge on his former masters the old fashioned way: electrocution. If you’ve chosen your friends and your upgrades wisely you might just survive to face the rocket-firing “Red Baron,” a big beast faster and meaner than anything you've faced before. Available now on Steam.

One additional note on both of these game changers: We are actively working on refining the play experience, even after we've launched. We expect to make some tweaks as we receive feedback from players, so let us know what you think! We've had our dedicated team of beta testers working for months now, and we feel like the game plays well and is much better looking. However, we want the input of our entire base to really fine tune Dino D-Day in a way that satisfies both new players and those who have been around for years. We appreciate all of you and hope you enjoy what we've done!

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Reviews

“Now featuring new maps, modes, and playable thunderlizards we felt Dino D-Day is well worth a second look.”
PC Gamer, January 2012

New Content Released Since Launch

  • 5 new playable dinosaurs. 9 playable dinosaur classes in total.
  • Moved to an updated version of the Source engine!
  • Awesome new game mode, 'Last Stand' now available!
  • 6 new maps shipped since release
  • Brand new game mode – Capture Point
  • Alternate weapon loadouts now available
  • FULL, Steam-integrated stat tracking
  • Bot-support for offline play!

About This Game

The year is 1942. Adolf Hitler has succeeded in resurrecting dinosaurs. The reptilian horde has trampled Europe and the Mediterranean. Can nothing stop the Nazi’s dinosaur army?
Dino D-Day is a frantic, action-packed multiplayer game that transports you to a World War II that should have been. You and your friends can battle online choosing to serve the cause of the Allied nations or the Nazis. The Allied side includes seven playable characters including Trigger, a Protoceratops rescued from the Nazis. Each Allied class has unique weapons and abilities to use in combat. Gun down a Dilophosaur with your trusty M1 Garand, blast a kamikaze pterosaur out of the sky with your Thompson sub-machine gun, or toss out a dead jackrabbit to lure a raptor into a trap.
As an Axis player you will have your choice of three human classes and four dinosaur classes. Ambush your enemy with speed and stealth as the Raptor, mercilessly pound the enemy with a heavy 20mm gun as the Desmatosuchus, rampage through enemy groups as the Dilophosaur or pick up a body and throw it at an enemy for a double kill! Or if you prefer a rifle in your hand, the German soldier classes are the perfect complement to their dinosaur comrades.
You’ve played World War II games before…but have you played a World War II game with dinosaurs?

Key features:

  • Frantic online multiplayer action involving Nazis and Dinosaurs
  • 7 playable dinosaur classes: Velociraptor, Dilophosaur, Desmatosuchus, Stygimoloch, Trigger the Protoceratops, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Styracosaur.
  • 9 playable human classes
  • 26 classic World War II weapons and plenty of exciting dinosaur attacks!
  • Powered by Valve’s Software’s Source engine – the technology behind such mega-hits as Half-Life 2, Team Fortress 2, Portal, Portal2, Left 4 Dead, and Left 4 Dead 2!

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: 3.0 GHz P4, Dual Core 2.0 (or higher) or AMD64X2 (or higher)
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 5 GB of free space
    • Video Card: Video card must be 128 MB or more and with support for Pixel Shader 2.0b (ATI Radeon X800 or higher / NVIDIA GeForce 7600 or higher / Intel HD Graphics 2000 or higher).
    • Sound: Direct X 9.0c compatible sound card
Helpful customer reviews
1,146 of 1,284 people (89%) found this review helpful
40 people found this review funny
201.3 hrs on record
Posted: October 30, 2014
like killing dinosaurs? this game is for you
like being a dinosaur? this game is for you.
like killing nazis? this game is for you.
like being a nazi? this game is for you.
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584 of 751 people (78%) found this review helpful
25 people found this review funny
28.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 15, 2014
You can throw goats at people.

10/10
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88 of 95 people (93%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
126.3 hrs on record
Posted: October 27, 2014
Ok, I'll be honest, I LOVE THIS GAME!!! Its addictive, fun entertaining and over the top! I'm only gonna review the game BEFORE the major update and BEFORE the DLC so here it goes:

The numbers:

Graphics: 5/10. Not too good but not the worst. If this review was an electoral voting system grapics would count for 1. All i'm saying: It doesn't matter. Don't be turned off by it!

Controls: 8/10. Like TF2.

Handling: 7/10. Advrage FPS game 'feel'.

Story: 6/10. Not much but it does have somthing, and now with the past few updates has come more explamation.

Game play: 10/10. This is what makes the game great. It is like a lower level COD multiplayer game but with DINOS!!! multiple classes and assortments of weapons allows you to be able to blast through hours of fun! Cant't stress this factor enough!!!

Creativity: 2 part rating here: 8/10
a. FPS: Done before, nothing special.
b. Dinos: Over the top. One of 3 games on steam that have 'FPS Dino' theme.

Price: 10/10. Was FREE at one point but normally goes on sale for $2.50 so save your pennies!!!!!

Hype: 10/10. Thought was gonna be good but ended up being Great!


Over all: 8/10 Very Fun! Must have!!!

NOTE: This is a review for BEFORE THE DLC AND BETA CAME OUT!!! Saved all that for another review.
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130 of 160 people (81%) found this review helpful
29 people found this review funny
3.0 hrs on record
Posted: January 30
Dino D-Day 101: How To Play The Game.

Step 1: Open The Door

Step 2: Get On The Floor

Step 3: Everybody Walk The Dinosaur

Follow These Steps And You Might Survive.
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83 of 94 people (88%) found this review helpful
37 people found this review funny
1,075.1 hrs on record
Posted: February 2
I played it for an hour or two.

Pretty fun game.
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209 of 287 people (73%) found this review helpful
12 people found this review funny
8.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 15, 2014
I punched a T-Rex to death and died from a small raptor ripping out my throat 10/10.
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160 of 215 people (74%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: January 30
Better then CallOfDuty
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407 of 600 people (68%) found this review helpful
9 people found this review funny
8.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 1, 2014
I killed a dinosaur with my bare hands

69/420 -IGN
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150 of 210 people (71%) found this review helpful
13 people found this review funny
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 3, 2014
Has science gone too far?
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56 of 66 people (85%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
174.6 hrs on record
Posted: October 24, 2014
This game is fun. No matter your skill, no matter your system, no matter the class you choose. This game embodies the ultimate dream of all young boys and I can assume many young girls. WW2 mixed with Dinos I mean it's magic! I awaited this game from the moment I heard of it. It's surprising a game like this took so long to come out. But the similarity to UT is what really makes this game fun for old school gamers. Let's be honest ever since Halo and CS ruined gaming forever people have been waiting for a game that isn't realistic. If I wanted to crouch and steady myself before every shot I'd go play paintball. I want to jump and flip like a jackass while some poor sap tries to shoot the ball of rubber I've become. It's simple the matrix was cool that's what I want from a game... any game. That said the graphics are ok at best but the gameplay more than makes up for it. The only real problem I have is getting hung up on walls and corners it's sort of the one button mouse of gaming. A nearly unforgivable sin since it was fixed in most games long ago. All things considered it's a great little number I'll be playing for years to come. -SEF
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37 of 45 people (82%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
4.6 hrs on record
Posted: December 18, 2014
The tide of World War II is about to change. Dinosaurs have been resurrected by the Axis to be the formidable foe against the Allies. I bought this game years ago and went in thinking it was a single player first person shooter. You vs dinosaurs! Maybe I should read descriptions. Dino D-Day is a multiplayer online first person shooter set in the 1940s. There are 9 maps to choose from and a server list to find a game. You can even play offline or alone with bots and its every bit as fun.

The teams each have their own characters. I hesitate to say classes, because everyone feels unique. Sure both teams have a medic, but they're both different. Each of the 16 characters are different and relegated to humans and dinosaurs. The Axis has six dinosaur characters and three humans. The Allies have six humans and one dinosaur named Trigger. The dinosaurs have longer stamina to run around the map, so they don't run head on into gunfire from humans. Humans are weaker, but to balance it, they're smaller. The bigger the dinosaur, the more health it has. Changing between characters is easy like Team Fortress 2.

The dinosaurs all play differently and it doesn't take that long to understand how they work. Maybe 10 minutes to be effective and efficient killers. Trigger, on the Allies side plays in 3rd per-dinosaur. He can jump and use a machine gun that needs to cool down. On the Axis, there's a Stygimoloch that plays similar with a cool down machine gun. Desmatosuchus is a slow tank that takes a lot of damage, fires very slowly and murders quickly. To balance him, he's a slow mover and so wide he can't fit through normal doorways. There is a raptor that is fast, plays in first per-dinosaur, melee kills quick, can leap, a high jump and pounce with the alt fire button in the air. A bigger dilophosaurus in 3rd person that can quickly run and head ram things to death. Not just that, it can pick up one of the goats found in most maps and heave them at the Allies. Compsognathus is the smallest third person dinosaur. Because of this, you're under the sight line of most humans. Your lack of health is gained in stealth. Plus, you can simply explode at will. Its beautiful. The final dinosaur is the Microraptor that plays in first dinosaur. It has wings and while it can't fly it can flap to keep it in the air to spit acid that blinds enemies. Not just that, but it can cling to walls and ceilings. Cling, but not wall run or anything like that.

It is the gameplay diversity and the uniqueness of all characters that really set this game apart. The humans all have their own weapons that not only feel good to use, but effective too. Most of the weapons except the shotguns have iron sights with their alt fire button.

On the Allies, you have Hardgrave, with a gun, a pistol, a grenade and his bare fists to box with dinosaurs. Spencer has his primary weapon, a pistol, his fists and a sticky bomb. Lob it out, stick it to an enemy and watch as they bring it home. Piat is the heaviest human, he uses a shotgun, a rocket launcher that only holds one rocket at a time to balance it out and smoke grenade. No fists, no melee, just big damage. Vike is a sniper, with a pistol and a rabbit. Why a rabbit? Its bait. If a carnivorous (or omnivorous) dinosaur finds the rabbit, they eat, disabling them, which gives Vike time to user her sniper rifle for one dead dino. Camille is the medic of the Allies, but in Dino D-Day the medic packs are different. She throws out the pack and when her team is near the pack, they regenerate health. So she can help her team with a machine gun, luger and fists if need be. Frank is the last member of the allies, he has a machine gun, a one shot shotgun, grenades, his fists and his devilishly good looks. Over on the Axis side, you have Streicher with a gun, machine gun, stick grenade and knife. Allies use fists, sissies like the Axis use knives. Hissman is the sniper who has a luger, stick grenade and knife. He can also summon a pterodactyl to dive bomb and explode. Wolfgang is the medic of the Axis with a machine gun, luger, knife and medi-pack.

Dino D-Day has undergone a major graphics change and the artwork looks fantastic. It has an art style true to the 1940s propaganda. Ole time radio broadcasts on the main menu go a long way for making an immersive experience. The game has come a long way in three years. There are more maps and better graphics, even after all this time. The game also has taken out references to Hitler and swastikas. There are now black crosses in white circles on red banners. So it still feels like Nazi swastikas, but its not. That's still okay. It doesn't hinder the fun.

In case you haven't heard, the game uses the Source engine. So there are a lot of comparisons between this game and other Source games like Counter-Strike: Global Offense and Day of Defeat. It plays as easily as those games with a lot of freedom to tailor the controls to what you want them to be. A lot of the maps feel like they could be in CS:GO. They feel like deserts and small villas, all while having elements of dinosaurs in them.

The Axis is the red team with blue health and the Allies are the blue team with red health. It is a bit confusing in the game. I say red and blue, because of the color of their logos. There are no actual team colors. Characters have their own non team specific attire, which can make it confusing on the battle field. How does a new player know what team that player is on? If they're on your team, they have a logo floating above their head. Anything else should get shot and killed. The problem is seeing things. A lot of times the players blend in. The night maps make it difficult to see other players, which is good for a stealth advantage. Shorter dinosaurs can hide in grass.

Each of the maps has three or four modes: Deathmatch, King of the Hill, Control Points and a few maps have objectives. The objectives in those maps are pretty simple. The allies will pick up a bomb in their spawn room and set the bomb at a specific target. The bombs take a few moments to arm, then throw and then they explode after ten seconds or so. It doesn't feel like a game changer. Speaking of the spawn room, you can find unlimited health and ammo. Outside of the base, its tougher to find health. Enemies drop ammunition. Even if you're a raptor that doesn't need ammunition, by picking it up, you're denying the enemy from having it.

Some maps are designed for T-rex deathmatches. These maps have the deadly giant under Axis control. A player from the Axis is randomly selected to be the tyranical beast. As T-rex you move slowly through the streets in a third person view, using a dual machine gun that needs to cool down. The T-rex can also belt out a roar that knocks the human Allies off their feet. Not your allies, I mean 'the Allies.' Once they're off their feet, you can slowly march over to them and eat them for extra health. You'll be lucky to eat someone, it doesn't happen that often. Playing as the T-rex is a lot of fun and even playing against it is a lot of fun. Sure the rex is only on the Axis team, but its balanced to the point where its so giant that all you need to do is run to a smaller area where it can't get you. Then its forced to waste time walking around buildings through giant openings to find where the action went to.

In all, it might sound like a gimmick, but there is fun here. Not just the premise. The game feels balanced. There are a few ways to play to have your own fun. There are now dinosaurs on both teams so people don't flood to the Axis side saying, 'dinoz yay the new kittenz of the game world!' The developers have updated and upgraded the graphics. The Source engine is a great engine to play a first person shooter. The community is still playing the game. Give it a try again if its not your first time. It has been on sale for $1.
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28 of 34 people (82%) found this review helpful
15 people found this review funny
1.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 29
used for my WWll report... gave me an F
10/10
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87 of 141 people (62%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
12.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 13, 2014
Such a realistc recreation of WW2! 11/10 would pee on enemys again
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10 of 10 people (100%) found this review helpful
28.3 hrs on record
Posted: February 1
I got this game around release date and ever since then the game has just improved. Very few bugs now way better graphics and a lot of other stuff added.

‘’New Content Released since Launch, 5 new playable dinosaurs. 9 playable dinosaur classes in total., Moved to an updated version of the Source engine!, Awesome new game mode, 'Last Stand' now available!, 6 new maps shipped since release, Brand new game mode – Capture Point, Alternate weapon load outs now available, FULL, Steam-integrated stat tracking, Bot-support for offline play!’’

Dino D Day has really come a long way and it is still fun, its jokes too you can pee on someone as a dino. This game is worth full price in my opinion. It really is an over all great game. 8/10
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27 of 43 people (63%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
11.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 2, 2014
Kill Dinosaurs and Nazi's.
Then become T - Rex with machine guns.
Become a little suicide bomber.
Fly and spit at the enemies.

10/10 Would Dino Again.
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10 of 12 people (83%) found this review helpful
14.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 3, 2014
This.Game.Is.Amazing.Yes while some aspects are a little bleak, IO think ypoou guys can do way better.I propose that you make a co-op campaign where you can either play as Allies, or Axis on a mission to rid the world of Nazi dinasaurs, or those pesky Allies!
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57 of 100 people (57%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
1.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 6, 2014
Best game. Gifted to me by a friend so I can confirm the theory that he actually hates me.
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7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
13.3 hrs on record
Posted: December 8, 2014
As a child, I loved dinosours, i was fasinated by the reptillian giants of the prehistoric age. Upon growing old in age, I began to lean into FPS and WW2 games, a genre that is popular in our time. A genius who sought to give the a world a meaning, and to explain religion, cure cancer and stop the the world from exploding. This man who we honor in his great name wrote the almighty game codes where our favorite culture pastimes are combined. How could one think of the idea of Nazi's cultivating dinosaurs and taking over the world? Well thankfully you are given the oppritunity to fight for the greatest contry in the world and kill the Nazi empire.
I love this game and I love playing it with my friends! 10/10 I recommend getting this game!
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7 of 7 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
764.9 hrs on record
Posted: December 30, 2014
I enjoy it for the most part.
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16 of 24 people (67%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
1.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 30, 2014
BE ME
be in 9th grade
learning about WWII
Teacher asks "what happens in this war?"
Suddenly, i hear something
its the screeching of a raptor
I feel the ground shaking as dinosaurs rush through the halls
the console gamers get eated by a giant T-rex
i pull out my laptop, hoping that they dont eat me
they notice
but they thank me for my effort
and i become the leader
69/666 would play again
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