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In this wonderful skill you will chose your own fate and try, with the help of dinosaurs to stop a huge earthquake. You will be presented with a part of a story then a question which you will answer with option one or option two. The answer you give to the question will change the rest of the story so make sure you chose what you want to chose because there is no going back. Then you will get another part of a story and another question and so on until you come to the end. Dino facts from FactRetriever.
Great for kids! They can interact with dinosaurs and learn wile they're at it! It never gets old since there is so many endings! The facts that it gives you are also great! I could play it all day long!