Carnivores: ice age

Carnivores
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Developer(s) Action Forms, Sunstorm Interactive, Tatem Games, Beatshapers
Publisher(s) WizardWorks Software, Infogrames, Tatem Games, Beatshapers
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows, iOS, PSP, Android
Release date(s) 1998-2002, 2010, 2013
Genre(s) Sports (hunting)
First-person shooter

The Carnivores games are a series of hunting simulation video games featuring prehistoric species ranging from dinosaurs to Quaternary mammals (depending on the title). The first three games were developed for the PC by Action Forms and released by WizardWorks Software between 1998 and 2001. The fourth game, Carnivores Cityscape, was developed by Sunstorm Interactive and released by Infogrames in 2002. The fifth game, Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter, is a port of Carnivores 2 to the iOS by Tatem Games and the PSP by Beatshapers, released in 2010. Carnivores Ice Age soon followed in Dinosaur Hunter's footsteps, being also released for iOS, including Android. September 2013 also marked the release of yet another game, Carnivores Dinosaur Hunter HD, an HD remake of the series, it includes new graphics and new hunting experiences. The series has attracted a small cult following.


Games

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See also

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References

External links

  • website
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  • MobyGames
  • Internet Archive)
  • review on GameOver
  • Interview with Igor Karev (Action Forms' Executive Director) on GamingAuctions.com (archived at the Internet Archive)
  • TatemGames Carnivores 2 website
  • review Playstationer.net
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