Funko Games Hit Kickstarter In 2022 With New Jurassic Park Title

December 8, 2021 by fcostin

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We are getting prepared for a new adventure on the prehistoric island of Isla Nublar. The gates to the carnivorous park are opening… looks like the park did indeed get endorsed - it may not have been Dr Alan Grant, but Funko Games are taking a stab at taking the Hollywood classic to the tabletop. But this time, Funko will not be taking the title straight to retail - they have confirmed that they will be heading to Kickstarter next year, with Jurassic World: Legacy Of Isla Nublar.

First Look at Jurassic World: The Legacy of Isla Nublar - COMING TO KICKSTARTER MARCH 2022 // Funko Games

Looking at the full scope of Jurassic Park titles and developed by Prospero Hall, players will be starting their journey at the start of the franchise, starting small-scale and making their way into the adventures of dinosaurs escaping out into the real world - staying as close to the film series as possible.

Isla Nublar - Image One

Game Preview // Jurassic World: The Legacy of Isla Nublar

The game will include 12 different adventures for players to set off on, meeting iconic characters throughout the film series such as Dr Grant, Dr Hammond and many more. Players will manage their park, bringing in new dinosaurs and a park that is destined for failure. Players will attempt in keeping their staff and visitors safe… but we all know how that ends!

If you are a fan of miniatures in your board games, the game will start you off with four different beasts, T-Rex, Brachiosaurus, Triceratops, and the Velociraptor ready to cause chaos in your parks.

Isla Nublar - Image Three

Board Game Components // Jurassic World: The Legacy of Isla Nublar

Not the first time into nostalgic titles, Funko has previously released board games that will promote nostalgia from its players - with titles such as Back to the Future and The Goonies getting their own tabletop rendition.

The game is going to be headed over to the crowdfunding platform, Kickstarter on March 22, 2022.

If I knew how to code, there would be the Jurassic Park theme tune on in the back of the article as soon as you opened the page. However, I do not know how to code efficiently, therefore I will subliminally remind you of the Jurassic Park theme tune in hopes to earworm you!

"The game will include 12 different adventures for players to set off on..."

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