Trespasser (French edition)
Jurassic Park: Trespasser (also known as Trespasser) is a game, which was released in 1998 for Microsoft Windows after much hype and anticipation. Hyped as the digital sequel to The Lost World: Jurassic Park, the player assumes the role of Anne, the sole survivor of a plane crash on InGen’s “Site B” one year after the events of The Lost World: Jurassic Park. With a fractured arm and only her wits, Anne must escape the remote island by evading hordes of hungry and vicious dinosaurs, or face the gruesome alternative. This was one of the least-successful Jurassic Park games ever released.
Trespasser is similar to a survival horror game. The gameplay of Trespasser was meant to be as realistic as possible. Therefore, the game was first person and menus were absent. The player sees the world through the eyes of Anne. One of the most touted ‘revolutionary and realistic’ features of Trespasser requires that the player interact with the world through Anne’s own arm. The Arm was one reason why so many reviewers gave Trespasser bad scores: they stated that the Arm was too difficult to control.
Facts and figures