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Yoder: Hey, there’s another security monitor over there. See if you can find anything on the videotapes.
Oscar: We should go.
Yoder: We can’t just leave them like that, man! If we find out what happened, maybe we can help him. Huh, I guess this camera’s been down for a while.
All right, Bravo Team couldn’t have gotten here more than 30 minutes ago. Let’s see what we got. Nothing. Nothing going on here…There, see? What is that?
Oscar: Don’t know. Take a look at this.
Yoder: Who the hell is that?
Oscar: I’m guessing those are the Hardings, so that woman just ran off with our paycheck.
We’ve got to go.
Yoder: D-Caf get that engine started, we’re lifting off!
Dr. Harding: Please, listen to me. Whoever you are, you have to take us back to the visitors center. You have no idea what you’re getting into out here!
Nima: I know my way! I just need you to keep us safe from these… creatures.
Dr. Harding: Oh really. How am I supposed to do that? Electric fences are down, dinosaurs have free run of the island. None of us are safe here, do you understand that?
Yoder: This is InGen Rescue Team Alpha trying to reach Doctor Gerry Harding. Obviously the visitors center was compromised. If you’re still out there we’re trying to…
Jess: Dad, if there’s a rescue team coming, maybe we should try to leave a trail for them or something?
Dr. Harding: Jess that’s enough. If we are going to keep out of the way of dangerous predators, I’m going to need to know where we are headed.
Dr. Harding: North? To the coast? What for?
Nima: Don’t worry about it.
Dr. Harding: You’re hurt. Let me help you.
Nima: Argate! We’re going to rest here for a minute.
Dr. Harding: If we’re stopping, I’ll need to make a fire. It’ll keep the dinosaurs away.
Nima: Fine. Stay where I can see you. Sientete
Jess: Is there anything I can do?
Nima: Stay close.
Jess: Hey, Dad! There are some eggs over here. Any chance they could be dino eggs?
Dr. Harding: Eggs? No, remember, all the dinosaurs on the island are female. Still, just leave them alone. We have enough problems without any angry mama bird or lizard to deal with.
Jess: That’s a weird looking plant.
Nima: Hey, don’t wander off!
Jess: Hey Dad, are these berries edible?
Dr. Harding: Probably not. It’s best to steer clear of anything we find out here.
Jess: Dad, there are some fresh dino tracks here. They’re small like a chicken’s.
Dr. Harding: Uh, It’s likely compsognathus. I saw lots of them while we were walking. It’s relatively harmless, nothing to worry about.
Jess: Are these berries edible? I’m hungry.
Nima: That plant is poisonous. A handful of those berries is enough to kill a grown man.
Jess: But they look delicious. Maybe just a couple wouldn’t hurt me…
Dr. Harding: Jess!
Nima: Back off some, okay? Don’t be stupid.
Dr. Harding: Normally I work with animals, but I am very well trained in first aid. I’d like to go ahead and take a look at your wound again, if you’ll let me.
Nima: I’m fine.
Dr. Harding: Look, you’re going to need it cleaned and dressed again to avoid infection. If you bring us back to the Visitor’s Center I can get a hold of some antibiotics for you.
Nima: You! Girl!
Nima: Some of these trees have fruit that look like tiny blueberries. Bring some to me.
Jess: Uh, okay. It’s Jess, by the way.
Jess: Uh, Jess. My name’s Jess.
Nima: Okay, Jess. Bring me the berries, they’re good medicine.
Jess: Are these the berries you need?
Nima: Si. Bring them here. We’re losing daylight Come on girl! I need those berries!
Jess: Here. Uh?
Nima: Nima. Gracias.
Jess: Umm, de nada.
Nima: She’s a good kid.
Dr. Harding: I know
Jess: Hmm….. So, what did you do with the radio?
Nima: Why, thinking of making a call?
Jess: Uh, no. I was just wondering.
Nima: Well quit wondering I’ve got it right here.
Jess: So, why is it you don’t want to go with the rescue team? Are you like one of those radical environmentalists or something? Does InGen have like, a file on you?
Nima: They don’t bother keeping files on people like me.
Jess: You’re kind of quiet, Dad.
Dr. Harding: Look, before we go any further, I want to know why you’re here and what you plan to do with us.
Nima: You’ll be okay if you do what I tell you.
Dr. Harding: Do you have any family?
Nima: None of your business.
Dr. Harding: I just thought that if you could understand-
Nima: You love your daughter, don’t you?
Dr. Harding: Uh, yes. Of course.
Nima: You’d do anything to make sure she grows up safe.
Dr. Harding: Yeah, I would.
Nima: Good. Then I know you’ll do exactly as I say. And as long as you do that, I won’t shoot her.
Dr. Harding: I can tell by the way you talk to Jess… you, you have a daughter, don’t you?
Nima: Stop talking!
Dr. Harding: Think of her and you’ll understand what I’m-
Nima: I said shut up!
Dr. Harding: I’m sorry, I’m sorry I-
Nima: You know NOTHING about me! We are not simpatico, comprende? You say another word and I will shoot you and leave you for the scavengers!
Dr. Harding: Please, just calm down. I didn’t mean anything by it.
Nima: Just shut up.
Dr. Harding: Okay! Okay, woah, I won- I promise. Don’t hurt us, just don’t hurt us. Okay, okay I’m sorry. I won’t mention it again. Please.
Jess: Hey..uhm? I drank like four diet sodas earlier and I really have to pee like, super bad.
Nima: Go. Hurry!
Jess: Hello? Can anyone hear me?
Yoder: Please identify yourself, over.
Jess: Hey! Hi! Uhm, this is Jessica Harding. Me and my dad were supposed to have been rescued, but there’s a woman, with a gun, I think she’s taking us up north-
Yoder: Okay, can you describe you location? Any buildings? Roads? Landmarks?
Jess: Uh, landmarks? Uhh, no not really. Just regular jungle crap. Like, trees and dirt and stuff. Everything looks the same out here! Oh but, my dad built a fire, you might be able to see the smoke, if-
Nima: You! What do you think you’re doing?
Jess: Uhm, I’m just calling my boyfirend.
Dr. Harding: Please! This is my fault!
Nima: I don’t want to kill you, but I will do it in a heartbeat if I have to, comprende? What I have to lose is too important! Let’s go we’re getting out of here!