Smithsonian Institution: Dinosaur Museum
Windows 3

Dinosaur Museum is an educational game that shows you the elements of a real museum and even has pictures of exhibits in The Smithsonian Institution Museum of Washington D.C. The Menu has three areas to go to Library, Conservatory and Game Room, it also includes stuff like the top 300 Dinosaur names, History of Dinosaur Paleontology from 1546-1993, Dictionary, Classification and Geologic time scale.

The Library lets you look at a dinosaur from any three time periods and lets you see them in them in Dioramas, as Skeletons, their skull appearances, a museum area that has all sorts of facts and a quiz question for every dinosaur, 3-D pictures and their life and style.

Conservatory lets you look at nine different dinosaur fact sections Cretaceous Physiography, Jurassic Physiography, Triassic Physiography, Potpourri, Myths, Extinction Theories, Contributors, Who’s Who, and Dinosaurs in the movies which features movie scenes from “One Million Years B.C.” (1967), “The Valley of Gwangi” (1969), “Gertie the Dinosaur” (1912), “Planet of the Dinosaurs” (1977), “The Lost World” (1925) and all that remains of “Creation” (1931).

Finally the Game Room features a Dinosaur true and false game, with 3 game levels Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced, and you have to answer a certain amount of questions jugging by how long you choose the quiz to be, when you finish the quiz you have a chance to explore in a Dinosaur Hall of Fame with limited time.


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