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Dino Run SE defies extinction on Mac, PC, and Linux


4:00 PM on 03.23.2011
Dino Run SE defies extinction on Mac, PC, and Linux photo



You remember Dino Run, don't you? Admittedly, we talked about the game years back, so it's understandable if you do not. Pixeljam Games has come out with a new version -- Dino Run SE, to be precise -- and it's quite good, as one would expect.

While you're still trying to outrun the ol' impending wall of doom using your dinosaur of choice, or possibly racing alongside other players, there are some notable expanded features. For starters, this is a full download for Windows/Mac/Linux, not a browser-based experience.

Performance on the whole seems improved, and you can also expect more maps, hats, speedruns, a nice full-screen mode, and other additions. For a mere three bucks, it's a relatively easy sell. And hey, Mr. Destructoid even makes an appearance!






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