Alright so here's what I thought of for a sequel to Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis.

The Game

Alright so the function is basically the same as the old game, simply built Jurassic World in your imagination. The Fence system should be better though and there are, in my plans, more dinosaurs to be added. I will be updating this quickly

The Dinosaurs

The original game had 25 dinosaurs spread out onto 9 dig sites, with Brachiosaurus and Pachycephalosaurus being in two sites. My version has 13 dig sites, each having 10 dinosaurs each, along with one pterosaur/bird/flying prehistoric animal, one aquatic animal, one prehistoric reptile/amphibian, one ice age-era mammal, and one with recently extinct animals, highly endangered animals, or living fossils. In this list I have every single dinosaur from the original Operation Genesis game, along all of the dinosaurs that were cut from the game, and all of the dinosaurs from the books and movies, including those that were not seen but were on the Holoscop, Embryo room, the Hunter's list, etc, along with many from the various games, while still adding in a few others here and there. Another idea I have would be various skins you can unlock or choose from. For example, Parasaurolophus has 3 or 4 different models throughout the film series, while all the same, they're colored differently, so why make you choose one when you can have them all?

Dig Sites

Akright so of everything I've seen, no one seems to have included the old dig sites and I figured to bring back the old ones but also add in a South American Site, a European/England Site, a second Asian site, and an Australian/Antarctic site.

Judith River Group A

Dino 1- Ankylosaurus

Dino 2- Gorgosaurus

Dino 3- Pachyrhinosaurus

Dino 4- Albertosaurus

Dino 5- Hadrosaurus

Dino 6- Deinonychus

Dino 7- Gryposaurus

Dino 8- Pachycephalosaurus

Dino 9- Nanotyrannus

Dino 10- Animantarx

Pterosaur- Geosternbergia

Aquatic Creature- Elasmosaurus

Prehistoric Reptile- Deinosuchus

Prehistoric Mammal- Woolly Mammoth

Recently Extinct- Dire Wolf

Judith River Group B

Dino 1- Tyrannsaurus Rex

Dino 2- Euoplocephalus

Dino 3- Kosmoceratops

Dino 4- Maiasaura

Dino 5- Corythosaurus

Dino 6- Styracosaurus

Dino 7- Utah Raptor

Dino 8- Ornithomimus

Dino 9- Stygimoloch

Dino 10- Troodon

Pterosaur- Cearadactylus

Underwater Creature- Tylosaurus

Prehistoric Reptile- Edaphosaurus

Prehistoric Mammal- Woolly Rhinoceros

Recently Extinct- California Condor

Hell Creek Formation A

Dino 1- Acrocanthosaurus

Dino 2- Nasutoceratops

Dino 3- Parasaurolophus

Dino 4- Lambeosaurus

Dino 5- Zuniceratops

Dino 6- Hoplitosaurus

Dino 7- Thescelosaurus

Dino 8- Stegoceras

Dino 9- Orodromes

Dino 10- Torosaurus

Pterosaur- Pteranodon

Underwater Creature- Megalodon

Prehistoric Reptile- Dimetrodon

Prehistoric Mammal- Doedicurus

Recently Extinct- Passenger Pigeon

Hell Creek Formation B

Dino 1- Triceratops

Dino 2- Alamosaurus

Dino 3- Edmontosaurus

Dino 4- Chasmosaurus

Dino 5- Hypacrosaurus

Dino 6- Tenontosaurus

Dino 7- Dromaeosaurus

Dino 8- Panoplosaurus

Dino 9- Leptoceratops

Dino 10- Parkosaurus

Pterosaur- Quetzalcoatlus

Underwater Creature- Archelon

Prehistoric Reptile- Carbonemys

Prehistoric Mammal- Gastornis

Recently Extinct- Labrador Duck

Morrison Formation A

Dino 1- Stegosaurus

Dino 2- Diplodocus

Dino 3- Apatosaurs

Dino 4- Torvosaurus

Dino 5- Anchisaurus

Dino 6- Ceratosaurus

Dino 7- Tanycolagreus

Dino 8- Segisaurus

Dino 9- Ornitholestes

Dino 10- Dryosaurus

Pterosaur- Onychinycteris (Prehistoric Bat)

Underwater Creature- Ichthyosaurus

Prehistoric Reptile- Placerias

Prehistoric Mammal- Smilodon

Recently Extinct- Nautilus

Morrison Formation B

Dino 1- Brachiosaurus

Dino 2- Camarasaurus

Dino 3- Seismosaurus

Dino 4- Marshosaurus

Dino 5- Camptosaurus

Dino 6- Saurophanganax

Dino 7- Dilophosaurus

Dino 8- Coelophysis

Dino 9- Othnielia

Dino 10- Coelurus

Pterosaur- Archaeopteryx (Prehistoric Bird)

Underwater Creature- Liopleurodon

Prehistoric Reptile- Postosuchus

Prehistoric Mammal- Amebelodon

Recently Extinct- Great Auk

(South American Dig Site)

Dino 1- Gigantosaurus

Dino 2- Argentinosaurus

Dino 3- Tyrannotitan

Dino 4- Amargasaurus

Dino 5- Carnotaurus

Dino 6- Staurikosaurus

Dino 7- Irritator

Dino 8- Herrerasaurus

Dino 9- Mussaurus

Dino 10- Eoraptor

Pterosaur- Tapejara

Underwater Creature- Dunkleosteus

Prehistoric Reptile- Titanoboa

Prehistoric Mammal- Argentavis

Recently Extinct- Pyrenean Ibex

Smokejack Pits (Europe)

Dino 1- Plateosaurus

Dino 2- Baryonyx

Dino 3- Iguanodon

Dino 4- Metricanthosaurus

Dino 5- Pelecanimimus

Dino 6- Proceratosaurus

Dino 7- Hypsilophodon

Dino 8- Callovosaurus

Dino 9- Procompsognathus

Dino 10- Compsognathus

Pterosaur- Dimorphodon

Underwater Creature- Mosasaurus

Prehistoric Reptile- Ornithosuchus

Prehistoric Mammal- Megaloceras

Recently Extinct- Coelacanth

Tendaguru Beds (Jurassic Africa)

Dino 1- Allosaurus

Dino 2- Ampleosaurus

Dino 3- Ceitosaurus

Dino 4- Afrovenator

Dino 5- Ostafrikasaurus

Dino 6- Kentrosaurus

Dino 7- Elaphrosaurus

Dino 8- Lesothosaurus

Dino 9- Massospondylus

Dino 10- Aardonyx

Pterosaur- Rhamphorhynchus

Underwater Creature- Plesiosaurus

Prehistoric Reptile- Lycaenops

Prehistoric Mammal- Moeritherium

Recently Extinct- West African Black Rhinoceros

Chenini Formation (Cretaceous North Africa)

Dino 1- Spinosaurus

Dino 2- Carcharadontosaurus

Dino 3- Suchomimus

Dino 4- Majungasaurus

Dino 5- Deltadromeus

Dino 6- Aegyptosaurus

Dino 7- Paralititan

Dino 8- Ouranosaurus

Dino 9- Rukwatitan

Dino 10- Rugops

Pterosaur- Alanqa

Underwater Creature- Onchoprists

Prehistoric Reptile- Tanystropheus

Prehistoric Mammal- Andrewsarchus

Recently Extinct- Quagga

The Flaming Cliffs (Mongolia)

Dino 1- Velociraptor

Dino 2- Therizinosaurus

Dino 3- Tuojiangosaurus

Dino 4- Pinacosaurus

Dino 5- Yangchuanosaurus

Dino 6- Yutyrannus

Dino 7- Gallimimus

Dino 8- Homalocephale

Dino 9- Psittacosaurus

Dino 10- Guanlong

Pterosaur- Dsungaripterus

Underwater Creature- Cameroceras

Prehistoric Reptile- Scutosaurus

Prehistoric Mammal- Paraceratherium

Recently Extinct- Yangtze River Dolphin

Shishugou Formation (China)

Dino 1- Mamenchisaurus

Dino 2- Alioramus

Dino 3- Monolophosaurus

Dino 4- Crichtonsaurus

Dino 5- Wuerhosaurus

Dino 6- Nipponosaurus

Dino 7- Protoceratops

Dino 8- Archornithomimus

Dino 9- Oviraptor

Dino 10- Microceratus

Pterosaur- Yi Qi (Flying Dino-Bat)

Underwater Creature- Parasuchus

Prehistoric Reptile- Estemmenosuchus

Prehistoric Mammal- Embolotherium

Recently Extinct- Javan Tiger

(Australian Dig Site)

Dino 1- Diamantinasaurus

Dino 2- Cryolophosaurus

Dino 3- Australovenator

Dino 4- Muttaburrasaurus

Dino 5- Antarctopelta

Dino 6- Rhoetosaurus

Dino 7- Minmi

Dino 8- Ozraptor

Dino 9- Leaellynasaura

Dino 10- Qantassaurus

Pterosaur- Anhanguera

Underwater Creature- Kronosaurus

Prehistoric Reptile- Megalania

Prehistoric Mammal- Dodo Bird

Recently Extinct- Tasmanian Tiger


Of course one of the magical parts of the game is when you had a herbivore exhibit or you're on Site B with these huge herds of herbivores, and now they can only get huger! I've divided them as I'd think that they would interact. Now there also would be a system where hadrosaurs would be with Sauropods as they can see danger quicker and a few Ankylosaurs or Stegosaurs would be there for protection. Gallimimus and Pachycephalosaurus would also be in these groups. Triceratops though would be a species in exile, as it wouldn't interact with many dinosaurs outside its own species, besides maybe hadrosaurs.

Small Sauropods

Plateosaurus, Aardonyx, Diamantinasaurus, Rhoetosaurus, Mussaurus Massospondylus

Large Sauropods

Brachiosaurus, Alamosaurus, Camarasaurus, Apatosaurus, Diplodocus, Mamenchisaurus, Aegyptosaurus, Argentinosaurus, Seismosaurus, Amargasaurus, Ceitosaurus, Rukwatitan, Paralititan


Parasaurolophus, Edmontosaurus, Corythosaurus, Ouranosaurus, Hadrosaurus, Lambeosaurus, Camptosaurus, Nipponosaurus, Tenontosaurus, Muttaburrasaurus, Hypacrosaurus, Gyposaurus


Gallimimus, Ornithomimus, Archornithomimus, Pelecanimimus


Pachycephalosaurus, Stygimoloch, Homalocephale, Stegoceras


Triceratops, Kosmoceratops, Pachyrhinosaurus, Nasutoceratops, Chasmosaurus, Styracosaurus, Zuniceratops, Centrosaurus, Torosaurus


Stegosaurus, Wuerhosaurus, Tuojiangosaurus, Kentrosaurus


Ankylosaurus, Euoplocephalus, Pinacosaurus, Antarctopelta, Panoplosaurus, Hoplitosaurus, Animantarx, Minmi


Velociraptor, Deinonychus, Dromaeosaurus, Utah Raptor

Small Dinosaurs

Dryosaurus, Lesothosaurus, Callovosaurus, Leaellynasaura, Qantassaurus, Parkosaurus, Orodromes, Othnielia


Baryonyx, Irritator, Suchomimus


As food for Dinosaurs is essential, I've thought up of 3 feeders that would feed dinosaurs. The Herbivore and Carnivore feeders work the same as they did in Operation Genesis, the Air Feeders open up and out comes the insects or Birds that you've chosen to feed them, although Insects will only feed small carnivores and pterosaurs. And Birds can escape the island unless they are contained, like in a Aviary, although they don't always leave and can be used for scenery effects if used right. The Underwater Feeders are placed underwater and unleash the fish of your choice and they swim throughout the river or enclosure. Creatures of the Deep can feed on them, Pterosaurs can dive for them, and dinosaurs like Baryonyx can fish for them in the river. Unless contained, the fish can escape the island if they reach the ocean, but they won't always. This could be disastrous if a shark escapes and reaches a beach you may have put down, although if a shark can escape, chances are so can your Mosasaur. Also, after reading about a shark cloning facility in Jurassic World, there will be 2 ways to get food; one is where you pay hunters and farmers for their animals and you can give to your animals or you can buy a cloning facility just for these animals. The animals will be cheaper but the facility will be fairly expensive, but going the other way, if there's a disease or a low count in the animal population that you want to buy, the animal could be even more expensive or even not buyable at all For extended periods of time.


Herbivore Feeder- Bale, Paleo Bale

Carnivore Feeder- Rabit, Chicken, Goat, Pig, Sheep, Deer, Cow

Underwater Feeder- Krill, Small Fish, Squid, Large Fish, Sharks

Air Feeder- Insects, Pigeons, Seagulls

Herbivore Food

Small Herbivores and herbivores close to the ground will prefer flowers, bushes, and ferns. Larger herbivores, like sauropods, love Trees. Dinosaurs like Triceratops and Stegosaurus will knock down trees for food though if there is nothing else around to eat, or simply out of boredom.

Carnivore Preferred Food

- Acrocanthosaurus: Parasaurolophus

- Afrovenator: Cetiosaurus

- Albertosaurus: Corythosaurus

- Alioramus: Tuojiangosaurus

- Allosaurus: Apatosaurs

- Andrewsarchus: Moeritherium

- Australovenator: Rhoetosaurus

- Baryonyx: Iguanodon, Fish

- Carcharadontosaurus: Ouranosaurus

- Carnotaurus: Amargasaurus

- Ceratosaurus: Anchisaurus

- Coelophysis: Fish, Bunny

- Coelurus: Dryosaurus

- Compsognathus: Archaeopteryx

- Cryolophosaurus: Muttaburrasaurus

- Deinonychus: Maiasaura

- Deinosuchus: Parasaurolophus

- Deltadromeus: Paralititan

- Dilophosaurus: Callovosaurus

- Dimetrodon: Edaphosaurus

- Dire Wolf: Deer

- Dromaeosaurus: Pachycephalosaurus

- Elaphrosaurus: Lesothosaurus

- Eoraptor: Othnielia

- Gigantosaurus: Argentinosaurus

- Gorgosaurus: Hadrosaurus

- Guanlong: Microceratus

- Herrerasaurus: Mussaurus

- Javan Tiger: Deer

- Lycaenops:

- Majungasaurus: Aegyptosaurus

- Marshosaurus: Camarasaurus

- Megalania: Pig

- Metricanthosaurus: Pelecanimimus

- Monolophosaurus: Nipponosaurus

- Mosasaurus: Shark

- Nanotyrannus: Baby Dinosaurs

- Ornitholestes: Othnielia

- Ostafrikasaurus: Ampleosaurus

- Oviraptor: Eggs

- Ozraptor: Leaellynasaura

- Postosuchus: Placerias

- Proceratosaurus: Hysilophodon

- Procompsognathus: Callovosaurus

- Rugops: Paralititan

- Saurophanganax: Diplodocus

- Segisaurus: Bunny

- Smilodon: Megaloceras

- Spinosaurus: Onchoprists

- Staurikosaurus: Mussaurus

- Suchomimus: Large Fish

- Tanystropheus: Fish

- Tasmanian Tiger: Deer

- Titanoboa: Cow

- Torovosaurus: Camptosaurus

- Troodon: Animantarx

- Tyrannsaurus Rex: Edmontosaurus

- Tyrannotitan: Argentinosaurus

- Utah Raptor: Ornithomimus

- Velociraptor: Protoceratops

- Yangchuanosaurus: Tuojiangosaurus

- Yutyrannus: Mamenchisaurus


Alright so with the release of Jurassic World, Hybrids would have to be a thing. You would have to unlock the dinosaurs first to make them and upgrade your research. it would be suggested that you wait till you have every dinosaur unlocked before you add in Hybrids, but if you have both Stegosaurus and Triceratops and can combine them, then I don't see why you can't. The Hybrids come from the various toy lines, games, and moves throughout the years, so nothing original, although if you have one then suggest it, I'd love to hear it.

- Indominus Rex (Tyrannsaurus, Velociraptor, Gigantosaurus, Carnotaurus, Rugops, Therizinosaurus, and Majungasaurus)

- Ultimasaurus (Tyrannsaurus, Triceratops, Stegosaurus, Ankylosaurus, Velociraptor)

- Stegoceratops (Triceratops, Stegosaurus)

- Amargospinus (Amargasaurus, Spinosaurus)

- Carnoraptor (Utah Raptor, Carnotaurus)

- Ankylodocus (Diplodocus, Ankylosaurus)

- Dilophospinus (Dilophosaurus, Spinosaurus)

- Sinraptor (Utahraptor, Spinosaurus)

- Paradeinonychus (Parasaurolophus, Deinonychus)

- Pachysaurolophus (Pachycephalosaurus, Parasaurolophus)

- Stegospinus (Stegosaurus, Spinosaurus)

- Compstegnathus (Compsognathus, Stegosaurus)

- Ankyloranodon (Pteranodon, Ankylosaurus)

- Velociraptoryx (Velociraptor, Archaeopteryx)


In the past there were 3 fence systems, High, Medium, and Low. Well I decided that there could and should be more.

Herbivore Fences

- Low (Small Dinosaurs)

- Medium (Stegosaurs, Some Ceratospins and Sauropods)

- High (Triceratops, Large Sauropods)

Carnivore Fences

- Low (Small Carnivores)

- Medium (Medium Carnivores like Monolophosaurus)

- High (Large Carnivores like T-Rex and Smart ones like Troodon and Velociraptor)


- Glass Aviary (similar to the in Jurassic World, although for weak and small Pterosaurs)

- Metal Aviary (For Dangerous and Large Pterosaurs, similar to JP III)


Now this I am confused on. What kind of fence would I use to put a Megalodon in? Regular fences wouldn't be big enough, as some of these creatures need deep waters. There was talk of sonar fences being used but I'm not entirely sure. Any ideas?


There will be different Hatcheries for different creatures. For example, the original hatchery will return for dinosaurs, but there will be 3 new ones. A pterosaur hatchery that has a dome-like gate on top and dispenses the pterosaur when it's ready. An underwater hatchery that is placed underwater to unleash your water creatures. And lastly a mammal hatchery, same thing as a Dino hatchery but for Mammals.


We all know them, the fun parts about the game that let you see the Dinosaurs and do other fun stuff.

Dinosaur Attractions

Attractions that let visitors see and interact with dinosaurs.

Viewing Vent

So the Viewing vent returns. You simply walk up and it allows you to get a closer view of the dinosaurs

Viewing Window

It's in the fence and it's a one way window so that visitors can see the dinosaurs without being seen.

Viewing Platform

So the Viewing platform also returns. It's basically and observation tower where an elevator takes you to the top of the tower to get a bird's eye view of the dinosaurs or the scenery

Underwater Observertory

So it's the same thing as a viewing tower but underwater, sort of like the research facility in Jurassic Park: The Game

Viewing Dome

Again this returns. You pretty much go through an underground tunnel and come out to a viewing area where you can see dinosaurs in their exhibit safely.

Gondola Lift

So if you have an attraction on the top of a mountain, it's an easy way to get up there than walking, but it can also be used to go over a mountain in an exhibit that dinosaurs can't climb up and watch them from there.

Balloon Tours

So pretty much you get in a hot air balloon and it flies you around the island or an attraction.

Jungle River Cruise/Cretaceous Cruise

So you have a station that lets you go through a river that goes through a paddock. There will be two options.


So the visitors are in a kayak or canoe and they go down through the exhibit. It's not as safe, as the Kayaks are small and easily broken, but it does have a magical effect to it.

Mechanical Boat

So I'm thinking something like the Jurassic Park Ride where you're on a boat that's on a track that takes you through the exhibit. Not as magical and it can break down but it won't break easily.

Safari Adventure

So the same as before, you're in a vehicle and it takes you around a paddock. There are 3 options to this though.

Ford Explorers

So we can't actually have Ford Explorers but inspired vehicles. They are controlled by AI and take you around the paddock. Up to 4 people can be in one vehicle. However, if destroyed, then the visitors will be stranded in the paddock until you rescue them. This is more of the nostalgia option.

Jungle Trek

So like in Gallimimus Valley, you're in a military-like vehicle, very safe, it can fit up to 10 people, and there's a tour guide so if anything happens, the tour guide can call for help herself without you and lead the people to the safest route. And if the tour guide notices something wrong with a dinosaur, they could report it before a problem occurs. This is really the safe option.


So 2 people in a glass "hamster ball" and go through the paddock. The AI will back up the vehicle if a Dino is too close but it can be broken. But visitors will love this attraction because it gets them as close to the dinosaurs as possible. This one is more for the visitors happiness rating.

Dino Racing Track

So what this is a track where you can have 5 Racing Classes

Horse League

- Quagga

Terror Bird League

- Gastornis

Raptor League

- Deinonychus

- Dromaeosaurus

- Velociraptor

- Utah Raptor

Parasaurolophus League

- Corythosaurus

- Edmontosaurus

- Parasaurolophus

- Lambeosaurus

- Nipponosaurus

- Hadrosaurus

- Hypacrosaurus

- Gryposaurus

Dino Petting Zoo

So a place where you can interact with small Dinosaurs, like Dryosaurus or the Dodo, and baby Dinosaurs, along with rideable ones like Triceratops and Protoceratops.


So for Dinosaur shows, dinosaur battles, or just a fun exhibit design.


So like in Jurassic World, it's a way for people to get to the other side of the park faster and easier, although walking is still an option.

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