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New Bugs Concept

#1

I’ve been playing Jurassic world the game since it came out and I love to see new additions to the game such as new tournament creatures and hybrids. I think it’s been a really long time, however, since they released a new class (land, aquatic and Cenozoic) i think it would be super cool if Ludia implemented a new insect/arachnid class with its own dome ( like what the Cenozoics have). I realize it would be a while until this came into the game do to Ludia just starting to make aquatic and Cenozoic hybrids and even more super hybrids but I think this would be a great improvement to the game especially since bugs existed in the time of the dinsoaurs and Jurassic world hasn’t really approached this.

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A crazy idea that I had : THE INSECTARIUM
New big creatures besides Dinos
#2

I think a cool way to distribute the sub-groups within the class would be swamp (meganeura, arthropleura, etc.), cave (not cavern) (could include( megarachne the giant spider and crickets, and roaches and scorpions) as well as a jungle type ( giant ants, beetles, bees)

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#3

Great idea. I had the same proposal some weeks ago but the resonance in the forum was poor.

#4

I also think a new aquatic type would be cool one that includes the first ever real prehistoric creatures such as all of the massive underwater scorpion type creatures

#5

Great idea. In the movie, it was dino blood inside a mosquito (insect) fossil that made the park possible. So, perfectly in line with the movie script.

#6

Just wanted to add my thumbs up for this idea, prehistoric insects would be so cool! Would really take me back to my childhood where I tortured my mom by catching insects all the time (hatching out a nest of praying mantises in the garage comes to mind in particular) and always wanting to visit the Insect Zoo at the Smithsonian so I could hold giant cockroaches and tarantulas rather than going to the regular zoo with all the cute animals (yes, I was a very odd little girl!)

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#7

I would like to see them too but to be honest I am glad that they are gonna be virtual.