Third and Final Progress Update

An impressively large park built by Byron. There is still a lot of room left on the island.

An impressively large park built by Byron. There is still a lot of room left on the island.

Don’t let the title scare you! This is indeed the last progress update for a while, but only because the demo release is imminent. As such, we feel confident enough to end the radio silence and start posting updates to our platforms more frequently!

With that in mind, here’s some of the progress that we made in the past 3 months since the last blog post. It all mostly centers around the polishing of existing features (e.g. the interface, item selection, resource system, graphical overhaul, etc.), addition of new content (Triceratops, new fences, new paths, lamps and buildings, new trees), and some thorough optimization.

Park Building
To help demonstrate our recent progress with park building, we’ve put together a short timelapse, complete with in-game music!

Here you can see some more screenshots of our last developer build, including the recent graphical overhaul and building additions. We definitely didn’t spent hours upon hours playing testing the builds and building new parks.













We also made sure to include a simple lighting system for buildings and lamps, so that they will light up automatically during the nights. This way, you can make sure your park is never in the dark!


Moreover, 5 more fence types were added (small wooden farm fence, the Palisade and its paneled variant, the bricks, stone, and concrete walls, and a paneled variant for each). These were designed especially to make your building experience more grounded and immersive. Additionally, the jeep model went under a texture overhaul, and this is just one of the few customizable looks that you will be able to selecte for the vehicle.

Ready to take this boy for a ride?

Ready to take this boy for a ride?





Along with the UI changes, our nursery graphics have been completed (minor changes to come) and is now fully functional. From here, you will be creating your animals, choosing their potential integument depending on the species, naming them, and finally placing them into the park as babies!


And of course, two new alternate skins for our demo creatures! Say hello to the new Velociraptor and Gallimimus variants.



Thanks for reading our final status update until the demo! We appreciate you all for sticking with us through the radio silence, and we hope that you enjoy the influx of new content. To conclude, our ontogeny system has received a new feature that allows us to visually show changes in age through the animals coat and skin tone. Thanks again for staying with us, and we hope to see you again soon!


  1. The new stuff’s beautiful, I really hope to get a good computer, mine can’t even handle the old demo and I’m dying to play this game. Good Work, I love it

  2. Plz make Lambeosaurus lambei next 😉 Love how far u have come ! Keep up the great work 😉

    • I agree, Lambeosaurus is my favourite hadrosaur, btw if what size is the game gonna have, the 33 foot variant or the 52 foot variant that is still being debated?

  3. I also see the prehistoric park references with the rex’s being name matilda and terence

  4. Thank you for making this dream come true. Looks beyond amazing! Cant wait to play this game!

  5. Daaaamn, this looks good! Really liking the aesthetic and it looks super user-friendly to boot 🙂

  6. Can’t wait, I need this in my life ples. I’m even more hyped for the paleozoics.

  7. Wow I cannot express how excited I am for this game. I’ve been waiting on a remake of Operation Genisis for so long and this really looks great. You guys have done a great job so far and I cannot wait to play around with this. Also smart choice for the secrecy and other choices.

  8. Man I’ve been waiting for a game like this for so long, and this looks beautiful! Especially that aging! Keep up the awesome work <3

  9. All this is splendid and awesome! Just, can you do a vélociraptor with crest of feathers on the head?

  10. I’m so glad I can make such large exhibits, and still have SO much space! This game may have a chance to start the race to replace all the old zoo/park management games, it has so much creative freedom. I really look forward to this game, even if it isn’t released for Mac, my preferred platform. Thank you so much for making this game a reality.

  11. yes is this compatible with windows 10 bc the old demo wot even get past the loading screen without it saying prehistorickingdom.ex is not responding

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