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There are three distinct variations of Velociraptor which were cloned by InGen, not counting sexual dimorphism seen within each individual version. However, despite the surface level variations, each sub-species remains relatively similiar in terms of physical attributes. Each species is roughly 6 feet tall…

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Mondo Games’ Reveals New Tabletop Game ‘Jurassic Park: The Chaos Gene’

Today, Mondo Games revealed brand new information about their upcoming tabletop game Jurassic Park: The Chaos Gene.

First announced last November and teased at the Jurassic Park 25th Anniversary Celebration event a couple of months ago, details of the game have been exclusively revealed to Nerdist, who spoke to Mondo Games Creative Director Luke Byers.

The Chaos Gene is a asymmetrical miniatures tabletop game where you take control of a faction in the park – be it InGen personnel, park visitors, dinosaurs – and do whatever it takes to leave in one piece. Luke Byers explains:

“In our approach to Jurassic Park: The Chaos Gene, we took many of our favorite elements of a traditional dungeon crawl style board game and spliced them with one of our favorite films of all time. The goal was to create something truly unique and incredibly fun to play.”

This 2-4 player game allows you to choose from one of the four factions, including InGen, park visitors, Velociraptors, or the Queen of the island, Lady Rex.

Each of the factions have their own unique objectives that affect the gameplay for example, InGen want to keep the park running to ensure their investment is safe, the park visitors’ goal is to survive, the Velociraptors have one goal: seek and destroy, and the T. rex is ‘hungry for victory’.

Set on Isla Nublar, the game will feature detailed miniatures of your favorite characters as seen above, with artwork by the talented Matthew Woodson.

If you’re as San Diego Comic Con next weekend then be sure to head to booth #435 for a first in-person glimpse at the game box. You will also be able to grab an exclusive patch featuring one of the game’s factions:

Will you be picking up a copy of Jurassic Park: The Chaos Gene? The tabletop game is set for a release this fall on both Mondo’s website and at local game stores!

Source: Nerdist

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9 thoughts on “Mondo Games’ Reveals New Tabletop Game ‘Jurassic Park: The Chaos Gene’

  1. This looks amazing. If it is anything like Mondo’s “Outpost 31” game (based on the Thing), it will be epic…!

  2. T. Rex *not* quiet?

    Then what the heck was the climax of the first film, then?

    (I kid, I am actually amused that Rexy ain’t quiet this time around.)

    1. Actually, it isn’t wrong, it’s supposed to be based off the paddock icon on the tour maps of memory serves me right, which for some reason also looked off like that.

    2. Yeah, the lower jaw on the Rex logo is all out of sorts.

      And to be fair, the pictures clearly state that the models aren’t final. I usually agree with most of your takes here but let’s simmer down before we get crazy.

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