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Jurassic Park (Super Nintendo)

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Been recreating the sprites from the interior portions of Ocean's Jurassic Park.

I'm not sure if I can handle trying to get all of the wall/door textures, but I should be able to swing everything else. I'll update as I complete more.

Projectiles:


Items:


Puzzle Pieces:


Level Decor 1:


Level Decor 2:


Level Decor 3:


Velociraptor:


Dilophosaurus:


Elevator Tileset:


Visitor's Centre Tileset:


Restaurant/Kitchen Tileset:


Utility Shed/Raptor Pen Tileset:


Ship Tileset:


Control Room Tileset:


Raptor Nest Tileset:
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Re: Jurassic Park (Super Nintendo)

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Lookin' good so far!

Hopefully this encourages some clever codey-type to dismantle the ROM and get the actual assets.
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Did the original game look like Wolfenstein?
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Indeed it did.

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Update: as far as I can tell, all of the items/pick-ups and world objects/decor are accounted for.

Daunting tasks ahead ... dinosaur enemy frames and textures of walls/doors.
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Started on a smattering of wall/door textures.
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Oh, man! I hope you can make the dino rotation sprites! :o
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Omg ! :0 I was working in a project using assets from this game some years ago ! I think I have some screen caps (in the original resolution with no filters) which could be useful for some t-Rex rotations
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Finally made some updates. Mainly the utility shed and ship sets.
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Niiiiice! I've always wanted to work on a Jurassic Park inspired mod, maybe this can help kickstart the idea.
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Re: Jurassic Park (Super Nintendo)

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Awesome pack! This game was a nightmare fuel for me when I was a child, especially those dark areas.

I don't know if you have finished with the sprite sheet, but I remember that the Velociraptor had some walking left and right sprites too.
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Ship tileset finished, Control Room and Raptor Nest sets added.

I think that's a wrap! As far as I know that's everything from the first-person sections of the game (except dinos).
Exeor wrote:I don't know if you have finished with the sprite sheet, but I remember that the Velociraptor had some walking left and right sprites too.
I don't think I'll be able to do any more of the Velociraptor frames.
  • My method of recreating these requires a nice clean screengrab close to the object/wall -- and when the player gets too close to a velociraptor it stops walking and starts lunging.
  • The side-frames of the 'raptor are 1:1 in height but are stretched 1:2 (I think) in width. It's tough for me to figure out exactly what columns of pixels are the duplicated/stretched lines of pixels.
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Whoa, these were all from SCREENSHOTS? Impressive! And also perhaps a little bit terrifying.
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Bren wrote:Ship tileset finished, Control Room and Raptor Nest sets added.

I think that's a wrap! As far as I know that's everything from the first-person sections of the game (except dinos).
Exeor wrote:I don't know if you have finished with the sprite sheet, but I remember that the Velociraptor had some walking left and right sprites too.
I don't think I'll be able to do any more of the Velociraptor frames.
  • My method of recreating these requires a nice clean screengrab close to the object/wall -- and when the player gets too close to a velociraptor it stops walking and starts lunging.
  • The side-frames of the 'raptor are 1:1 in height but are stretched 1:2 (I think) in width. It's tough for me to figure out exactly what columns of pixels are the duplicated/stretched lines of pixels.
Awesome work! :DD
And yeah I have the same issue some years ago while trying to getting those sprites , there's a velociraptor of the third floor I think of the Visitor Center that would be a good chance if you aren't checking it alrady, and there's clearly a range in which they detect the player and start running directly at you :/
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There's now a disassembly of the game that you can use to pull all the game's contents into individual files for your examination. Just throw a headerless v1.0 ROM into the JP/ASARScripts folder, rename it to JP.SFC, and run the ExtractAssets batch file.

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Problem is, you'll probably still need a ZSNES (or ZMZ) savestate to get the proper palettes, and - more pressingly for this thread - I haven't figured out how to view anything in the "Textures" folder, which covers pretty much everything in the 3D sections. Any ideas?

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