Pick Your Dinosaurs Wisely
Jurassic World Evolution: Tips and Tricks for Beginners
We know the temptation. You’re building a dinosaur park, so you want to cram it full with as many big-name beasts as possible. Tyrannosaurus Rex, Velociraptor, Dilophosaurus, send them all in and watch as the money rolls in! Alas, that money won’t last long in Jurassic World Evolution, as the territorial, resource-hungry monsters eat into your funds like the flesh of their latest kill.
Balancing what you want and what you really need is a key skill you’ll have to get used to in Jurassic World Evolution, and low maintenance dinos will fast become your best friend. Pictured above are the humble Struthiomimus. They weren’t anyone’s favorite dinosaurs growing up, but they’ll soon become yours when you discover how user-friendly they are. They are inexpensive, don’t eat much or command a great deal of space, and as pack animals, you can fit a bunch of them in one enclosure. Adding a few of these to your park is a good way to make a few bucks without breaking the bank in Jurassic World Evolution.