Grab your trowel and get ready to dig deep for ancient buried treasure in Archeologist Dinosaur Digging, the fun game of bone discovery and recovery!
Out in the deserts there's all kinds of hidden secrets beneath the ground, and we need intrepid explorers, archeologists of the highest caliber to help us uncover the past.
First thing you gotta do is take your hammer and break up the compacted top layers to get to the bones beneath. But finding them is just the beginning, because archeology isn't just about digging things up, now it's time to put the puzzle together!
It's your job to work out where all these bones are meant to go - take that spine and add it to the skull and then work out what this doing section of bones goes. Get it right and you'll have yourself a genuine dinosaur skeleton!
of course, the plant has changed an awful lot since the times of the dinosaurs, some of them are buried beneath the seas! You'll need excellent fishing skills to pull up some of these rear skeletons - be careful you don't hook any fish!
Not all dinosaurs were giants, some of them were so small you'll need a magnifying glass to find their bones. Can you spot the tiny terrors? It's a challenge that only a real archeologist can beat!
And then there are the skeletons that are buried so deep that they need to be handled with extra care and attention. These we need to clean, wash, rub and polish till they're free of thousands of years of caked on dirt. Only when that's done can we piece them back together again...
It can be backbreaking work when your bones are buried deep beneath thick woodlands. Chopping through all those giant trees requires strength and determination!
There are so many different challenges, so many different skills an archeologist needs to become a world-famous dinosaur hunter and in Archeologist Dinosaur Digging you'll learn each and every one - and you'll have the most fun doing it!
So come on, grab your tools and get on the trail, we're going to find us a T-Rex! If were really lucky, maybe we'll find a live one!