I would like to see a remake of Jurassic Park: Trespasser that could fit into the film canon. In order to do that, the timeline of the game must be altered. Here I give the timeline I wish they would use.
Inhabitants of Isla Sorna build structures in the northwest of the island, temples and pyramids that mark lunar years and the movement of the stars.
- Coffee plantations are built on the east side of the island.
- March 14 - John Parker Hammond is born.
- John Hammond watches The Lost World, King Kong, One Million B.C. and his love to dinosaurs is born.
- John Hammond starts to read the dinosaur adventure novels by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
- John Hammond leaves home and goes to London.
- John Hammond watches One Million Years B.C..
- John Hammond watches When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth
- John Hammond gets the idea for how dinosaurs can be genetically reconstructed.
- John Hammond starts to fund genetic and embryonal research.
- Synthesis of the first complete gene, a yeast tRNA, by Har Gobind Khorana.
- The Gray supercomputer is developed.
- Geneticists Leroy Hood and Henry Wu ask the National Institutes of Health for funds to build an automated DNA sequencer. The proposal is rejected.
- John Hammonds agrees to fund Hood and Wu's research.
- The development of the DNA sequencer starts at Applied Biosystems and Hamachi.
- John wants to clone dinosaurs.
- John Hammond takes his idea to Dr. Norman Atherton and Laura sorkin. They agree to help him.
- The Hammond Foundation is set up.
- Hammond surveys islands in the Caribbean and south Pacific from plane. Isla Sorna and Isla Nublar are ultimately picked.
- Hammond first arrives at Site B by helicopter. A satellite link is installed.
- A road is blasted into Mt. Watson, winding clockwise along the eastern front to the uplink and Comm. Center.
- May - Because of the rain, the InGen Safari Vehicle is introduced.
- The Hamachi-Hood, a premature version of the automatic gene sequencer is finished.
- John Hammond goes to the Law of Offices of Cowan, Swain, & Ross to tell his plan and asks for funds.
- Hammond then goes to two Japanese investors, Hamaguri and Densaka. In the end, only the Japanese had the patience for his eight year plan.
- International Genetic Technologies is founded.
- Laura sorkin, Norman Atherton and Dennis Nedry are employed.
- Laura Sorkin collects Jurassic and Cretaceous amber.
- DNA extraction starts
- 3 AM - First DNA sequence appears at the screen of Dennis' computer.
- CalTech releases Hood's first semi-automated DNA sequencer.
- DNA sequencing process speeds up.
- Norman Atherton dies.
- Henry Wu is appointed as the leader of the project.
- InGen gets 13 patents.
- November - First test fertilization of an artificial ovum. Performed by Hammond.
- Construction of the Atherton Causeway begins. It's railway runs north.
- Winter - Supports are built for the elevated transit system that would unify the island.
- Gerry Harding is employed as the dinosaur veternarian.
- Early in the year, the first animal to prove viable survived; a young Compsognathus, revision 3-0-8. It had behavioral quirks, and a chronic skin infection, but it lived.
- Robert Muldoon is assigned official Game Warden of Jurassic Park.
- Muldoon and Hammond hike throughout the western forest.
- John Hammond cancelled the idea of an amphitheater. He starts to build a far greater Jurassic Park on Isla Nublar.
- Hammond and the scientific team on Site B begin to realise that the animals do not thrive in captivity; they grow vicious and stop eating, pacing their cages. It is then decided to release them into the wild.
- April 22 - First Velociraptor released.
- Summer - Velociraptor travels north.
- after summer - Juveniles of the following species are released: Gallimimus, Tyrannosaurus rex (they made seven of them), Dilophosaurus, Herrerasaurus, Brachiosaurus, Parasaurolophus and Triceratops.
- Pteranodon is succesfully cloned.
- Colleagues and professors begin speculating and gossiping about Hammond plan, but nothing officially confirmed.
- May - On the south beach a hotel is built for future visiting scientists, businessmen, and politicians.
- Spring - Hammond gives the US government testimony of his secret project. The US Coast Guard is assigned to patrol Site B.
- The dinosaurs start to reach their full size. The ancient ecosystem begins to reassert itself.
- The alpha female of the third raptor tribe is captured for observation. It seemed to know Hammond, his partner in a nameless, endless conflict. It is then re-released and tracked north were it preyed on herds in the southern forest.
- Juveniles of the following species are released: Stegosaurus, Mamenchisaurus, Pachycephalosaurus, Ankylosaurus, Ceratosaurus, Corythosaurus and Edmontosaurus.
- Spinosauridae fetus succesfully enters final stage. Classified as "Baryonyx/Suchomimus".
- June 11 - The events of the Jurassic Park film.
- October 3 - Court in Washington D.C. declares InGen's Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
- The bankruptcy strikes Site B with more force than the hurricane; buildings are stripped, boarded up, and abandoned. Workers drop their tools and leave, crowding round the docks. The East Gate is sealed and Hammond's team evacuates via airlift.
- Hurricane Clarissa hits Site B.
- Hammond meets Harold Greenwood.
- May - events of the film The Lost World: Jurassic Park.
- Friday, May 1 - Anne Carter, a young woman crash-lands on the island, and needs to find a way out alive.
- Events of Jurassic Park: Trespasser.