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Oh God, so it’s going to be some weird fetish game? She convinces you to join the literature club, since you’re a slacker and don’t do any extracurriculars.
It was created by Thailand-based games programmer Thongrop Rodsavas, who was apparently inspired by a game designing application called Tyrano Script (which, incidentally, was also used to make the game).
For a small game jam project, Jurassic Heart has absolutely taken off, inspiring fan art and a new cult of dino lovers.
When the Daily Dot reported on a dating sim that involved buying your Tyrannosaurus crush a new ukulele, I was all in.
After all, how many chances does a girl get to woo an apex predator of the late Cretaceous?
Happily, Rodsavas is planning to expand Jurassic Heart into a full game with another four dinosaur love interests.
If you have some time to spare, go check out the rest of the Pulse-Pounding Heart-Stopping Dating Sim Jam entries.
The game was created for an indie jam — the Pulse-Pounding Heart-Stopping Dating Sim Jam — so it's not a full game, but rather a miniature version that sees you managing the complex emotions of a ukulele-playing T rex by the name of Taira.