Lythronax argestes

Described in 2013, Lythronax is a large theropod dinosaur that is a part of Tyrannosauridae. The dinosaur lived in the late Cretaceous period of what is now Utah. Living alongside dinosaurs like Diabloceratops and Adelolophus, a Ceratopsian and Hadrosaur which were both discovered in this Wahweap Formation with Lythronax. In-Game Read more…

Dev Blog #7: Lythronax

Since the last development update for Prehistoric Fury, we have been hard at work, and in today’s development update, we have a lot of things to share with you! Technical developments Creature adaptations The ability to adapt your creature to improve its abilities and tailor it to your preferred style Read more…

Suskityrannus hazelae

Suskityrannus hazelae is a small tyrannosauroid theropod dinosaur which lived in North America, in what is now the Zuni basin of New Mexico. The dinosaur lived alongside a similarly-sized Ceratopsian, Zuniceratops. Showing a predator, prey relationship between the two dinosaurs. The dinosaur is newly described (being described in 2019 by Read more…

Tawa hallae, a dinosaur from the Triassic period.

Tawa hallae

Tawa hallae is one of the earliest dinosaurs known, coming from the Late Triassic of Ghost Ranch. The dinosaur lived alongside other early dinosaurs like Coelophysis. Tawa hallae is the tier one in the North American tech tree. This dinosaur is the start of the tech tree and so you Read more…

Bistahieversor sealeyi

Bistahieversor sealeyi is a genus of Tyrannosaurid dinosaur from the late cretaceous of the Kirtland Formation. The dinosaur was first described in 1990 as a specimen of Aublysodon (another Tyrannosaur). In the year 2000 Bistahieversor was redescribed as a new species of Daspletosaurus. But in 2010 it was redescribed again, Read more…

Gobisaurus domoculus

Gobisaurus domoculus is an Ankylosaurid from the Late Cretaceous of the Gobi Desert of Inner Mongolia (China). The dinosaur was described in 2001, 40 years after it was first discovered during Sino-Soviet expeditions in 1959-1960. Gobisaurus is a large Ankylosaurid, being estimated at around 6-7 meters long and 1.5-2 meters Read more…