Jurassic Park Builder Parks

There are three main parks in Jurassic Park Builder: Jurassic Park, Aquatic Park and Glacier Park. John Hammond seems exceptionally enthusiastic and successful towards his mission in the game. After you are done building a park which contains extinct land animals from the jurassic era, he gives you an opportunity to make another park of the same type which contains extinct aquatic animals.

Jurassic Park Builder players are probably already familiar with the different types of park available in the game.  Each type of park has a different climate or theme which facilitates life for different types of dinosaurs.  Certain types of parks cannot be unlocked until you reach a certain level.  There are three different kinds of parks that you can choose from in Jurassic Park Builder: Jurassic Park, Aquatic Park, and Glacier Park.

Jurassic Park: Isla Nublar


Jurassic Park is the fundamental park of the game. It is as far as the movies go. John Hammond makes you the in charge of all matters of the park. You acquire a land where dinosaurs lived a long time ago and revive their bodies by collecting their DNA from that ground and putting into various frogs’ DNA. When all these things work out well due to your “extreme hard work” and “exceptional administration skills” and the park seems to be stable enough to make progress on its own, you should move forward towards the revival of animals from other eras of history.

The Jurassic Park is the traditional park based on Isla Nublar.  This park is based on the mesozoic era and is the first type of park you’ll unlock in the Jurassic Park Builder game.  I’ll be adding a list of all the available dinosaurs for this park so check back soon!

The Aquatic Park is located on the ocean and is where you’ll find all of the extinct prehistoric sea creatures.  There are a lot of different sea creatures that you can add to your Aquatic Park.  In order to get new sea creatures, you have to find fossils.  These fossils can be found by doing expeditions, I’ll cover these more later on.

Glacier Park


Glacier Park is the third and last park of the game. It is located in Patagonia and its purpose is to revive the extinct species from Cenozoic era along with some crocodiles from Mesozoic era. In other words, we will be growing some massive elephants and badass polar lions in our labs.

Glacier Park has some of the coolest looking animals. It looks the same as Jurassic Park other than the fact that it is constantly covered with snow. The procedure of acquisition of amber in this park is the same as aquatic Park. To collect amber, you send expeditions. Those expeditions return with some samples. Number of samples is based on the number of IGDs you spend on the expedition. The expedition will not always be successful in collecting the DNA. Sometimes they will return with a stack of food or coins. Once the amber is acquired, a little lightning icon will be visible above the research building. Go in the research building and extract DNA with standard procedure. Any animals whose DNA is extracted will be available in the market for purchase.

Glacier Park has its own buildings and decorations. There are two types of animals in Glacier Park: Carnivores and Herbivores. Both their foods can be collected from their respective harbors.

Glacier Park was added to Jurassic Park Builder in one of the recent updates.  This park is based in Patagonia and features extinct animals from the ice age or Cenozoic era.  The Glacier Park addition to Jurassic Park Builder brought new dinosaurs but also some other new animals too!

You can find these new animals similar to how you can find them at the Aquatic park, by looking for fossils.  The only difference is you’ll be using a helicopter to find these animals.  Due to the arctic climate, there’s also new types of food and meats at the Glacier Park that you’ll need to harvest to keep your animals fed.

Aquatic Park

So you are done with the revival of extinct land animals, amazing. Let us move forward and bring back some of the beasts of water back to this world and put them in another park called Aquatic Park. Aquatic Park is the second park in Jurassic Park Builder. It works in the same way Jurassic Park does. Except that the amber acquisition stage is replaced with expeditions. The Aquatic Park looks like a well maintained gigantic fish tank where different species of water-dinosaurs are kept in the little invisible boxes. You can build tracks on which submarines can travel. This way, the visitors will be able to take a round of your park. After all, what good is a park without visitors. Actually, the visitors don’t mean anything in the Jurassic Park Builder. There are no profit margins of having visitors but still, it is aesthetically beautiful to have tracks and roads in your park where cars full of imaginary visitors take rounds around majestic creatures made by you.

Aquatic Park gives more income than the Jurassic Park. There are two types of animals in Aquatic Park: Piscivores eat fish and Crustaceavores eat crustacea(it’s a type of shrimp). Both the fish and crustacea can be collected from the respective harbors. Harbors are available in the market and need to be activated to start making food.

As told earlier, to acquire amber of different animals in Aquatic Park, you will need to send expeditions by clicking on the bottom left corner in the game.

  • The free expeditions collect only one sample
  • Expedition sent by spending 2 bucks will return with 2 samples
  • If 5 dollars are spent, expedition will take ALL samples

We are talking about in-game dollars here. More samples mean more chances of DNA samples. Not every expedition will return with a DNA to be researched and processed. Sometimes it will return with food, coins or other similar resources. Persistence and hardwork is the key to success. Specially if you are not willing to spend any money on the game.

These are the three different types of parks currently available in Jurassic Park Builder.  More details on each park and the types of dinosaurs found in each are soon to come!

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