Nanosaur 2: Hatchling Review
According to some, they were unable to adapt to climatic conditions, and according to others, they surrendered to a falling meteorite. So the dinosaurs we were all wondering about left the Earth. Many films, documentaries and even plays have been made about them. “If they lived now, what would happen?”or “what if they come back to Earth?”the answer to such questions was sought. I don’t think any of them were as strange as the Nanosaur game. Nanosaur 2: Hatchling
I found a dinosaur egg!
In the first Nanosaur game, we led a dinosaur that teleported back from 4122 and went back to very ancient times and tried to collect dinosaur eggs belonging to 5 different species before the meteor hit the earth. All we had to do was collect the eggs while flying and not hit the obstacles. The game, which is quite simple, has attracted great attention both by children and by Macintosh users who love to play games in the office environment! In the end, the producers decided to make a few small changes and release the second one.
In the first game of the nanosaur, we were sent on a mission to go back and collect dinosaur eggs. The mission was successful, and the eggs were returned to their time. But a group of rebels stole some of the eggs and took them back to where they were. Now the Nanosaur’s mission is to go back in time and collect these stolen eggs. But the task this time will not be as easy as before. Because he will not only collect eggs, but also face many obstacles and fight against rebel dinosaur troops. Nanosaur 2: Hatchling
Because we control a dinosaur from the future, it’s equipped with a lot of weapons. With his most important weapon, his scream, he is able to destroy both enemy dinosaurs and various mechanical units. As he bypasses the divisions, he can also damage his enemies with other forces that he will win. Of course, since the whole game is based on not hitting anything, the system of shooting at the person in front of him is not very used. When you start the game, you have 3 Rights. As soon as you hit any object, whether it’s a tree or an enemy dinosaur, you explode and your right goes away. Just like in very old games. Nanosaur 2: Hatchling
Eggs you want
The overall structure of the nanosaur resembles a flight simulation. The Flying Dinosaur we control is constantly moving forward, and we use our mouse to guide it. Again, as in flight simulation, the mouse’s y-axis is reversed during controls. So when we push it down, our character goes up, and when we push it up, it goes down. Although the controls may be difficult from the start (and can never be changed), they get used to it over time. All we have to do is find the eggs that belong to five different species scattered around the map. Then catch the eggs with our claws, making a good descent. And then we have to deliver it to portals that we will encounter in many parts of the map.
The graphics of the game seem to be slightly higher than expected. Although the Environmental Design has repetitive textures, it is colorful and pleasing to the eye. Character animations aren’t bad. And the explosion effects are not good. Interestingly, it allows the use of three-dimensional glasses. The traps, which are laid at the same points in each episode, are memorized over time, and when you play the same episode once or twice, you immediately become a master. So the game gets easier. The sounds are ear-scratching, but the music of the game is extremely suitable for the environment. Nanosaur 2: Hatchling
Nanosaur is a mediocre simulation, just like in the first game. The fact that we have one task to do and that we are always moving forward by doing the same maneuvers causes us to cool down in a short time from the game. Even playing the demo version, which is downloaded for free from the website and contains one episode, can be reason enough to get bored. If you want to collect eggs without thinking about anything and just fly through the air to distract yourself, maybe you’ll be interested.
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