This map lets you explore Jurassic World in Minecraft Pocket Edition. At the same time it is an incredibly detailed map it’s also amazingly huge. The park includes the Visitor Center, a big hotel, 18 different dinosaur types and much more. It’s really a must-play for anyone who loves Minecraft and dinosaurs!
How to get to the park?
As soon as you’ve entered the world you will find yourself at the edge of the map inside a hotel. It takes a little bit of travel to get to the park but if you use one of the jeeps outside the hotel it shouldn’t take too long.
Hold a key (carrot on a stick) to drive the car.
Follow the road as far as it goes and you will eventually get to the Visitor Center.
The park is amazingly huge and that’s why I highly recommend that you get familiar with the map down below as it displays all of the locations in-game (‘H’ = Spawn). You can view a full sized version of this map here.
There are 18 different dinosaur types included in the park and to explore it all it will most likely take hours. Here’s a few demonstrative images which show some of the creatures.
The Brachiosaurus is one of the most impressive ones as they are extremely big but luckily there’s a 10,000 volt electric fence separating you and them.
Throughout the park you will find multiple separated fenced areas. Most of the dinosaurs are separated to their species only to avoid deadly altercations.
Aquatic reptiles can also be found in the park but since they wouldn’t survive for long on land they have been placed in huge aquariums. There are long underwater tunnels which passes through the aquariums. You can use these tunnels to more closely examine the reptiles while staying safe behind the strong glass.
The entertainment is everlasting. The T-Rex and the Spinosaurus are some of the bigger dinosaurs which are also the most vicious ones. They can be tamed but that responsibility should be left to the keepers of the park.
The Ludodactylus isn’t actually a dinosaur but it is a reptile which lived during the same time. You can get really close to them (and even ride them if you are crazy enough to break through the glass).
Visitors! Please stay safe! Even though it might be tempting to get a closer view at some of the dinosaurs you have to keep in mind that most dinosaurs look at you as food.
There are lots more to explore in the park but that we will let you do by yourself!
Important: The file size for the map is 23 MB. This means it can take quite some time to download (but it depends on your internet speed connection).