Jurassic Park Flash games
The free Jurassic Park games are still quite popular. In this game you are followed by an extremely dangerous dinosaur and you have no other option than to try to hide in the lab area.
Don't come out as there are plenty of dinosaurs at the door waiting for you. Your goal is to escape from the monsters by finding hidden objects inside the lab. The front door is blocked, you have to aim for the back door and, who knows, maybe a helicopter will save you. Are you up for the challenge? This is quite a hard flash game. Click on the dinosaur and locate one of his ribs. When you've found the bone, click on the bottom of the screen and then on the right side of the screen. You can use the bone to loosen one of the cylinders on your right. It will fall down onto the floor and break. There's a key inside. You might want to use it.
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I was tired of all the Ms bullshit. It was easy, I love the Mac, although it does seem a little slower.
I have Mozilla, Open Office, Flash, Windows Media Player. AIM, and any other program you could hope for.
There is nothing I cant do now, except play a few games (But that is why I have Xbox 360)
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You canby moderately
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Network effect.by erfymop
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