The recently released Jurassic World: Evolution 2 dinosaur park building simulator impresses with a wide variety of dinosaurs, complex multi-layered poses and economic systems as well as beautiful graphics and native English speakers. None of this seemed to be enough for a fan, which is why he helped himself.
There is already a mod on the Nexusmods website Jurassic World: Evolution 2 (Buy now €49,99 /€59.99 ), who turned some of the prehistoric animals that were sometimes tame and sometimes dangerous into characters ice Age Transformation. Objectively quite appropriate, of course, but the idea Scrat, Manny and Co. On Dinosaur Park Avenue it is rather strange.
The dawn of the Ice Age has dawned in Jurassic World: Evolution 2
The mod comes from NanoLacencis and can be played Nexusmods It can be downloaded for free. There are also some pictures of what it looks like in the game, but you can also click on them Youtube Looking at. There are users Wondersgta games Some videos have already been uploaded to Various skins from Ice Age to present the offer.
Of course you can like them there Three heroes are Mane, Sid and Diego as well as The secret star of the series Skrat. In the short videos, you can see the primitive inhabitants from their best sides and which dinosaurs will replace them will be revealed in an instant. Become Nasutoceratops mamut mani, the Chungkingosaurus Diego Säbelzahntiger, and homalocephale to inverted master And the company to Squirrel sucks.
Visually, the skins already look really cool, but they’re coming Without sound effects And therefore. So if you want to completely immerse yourself in the world of Ice Are, you should play one of the movies on the side. Speaking of Ice Age: Despite its many years of existence, the series is not yet gone. Was on Disney Plus Day two weeks ago new cross announced.
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