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Jurassic World

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13:00 PM | 19 June 2015
by Imogen Moore
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Some more fantastic creative work from Miami Ad School students, this time from Mumbai. They show Universal how Jurassic World could have been promoted before it’s cinematic release.

Google Chrome users will be familiar with the tyrannosaurus rex pixel game when the internet fails and announces “You are not connected to the internet”.

Creative, Sonica Baptist and Himanish Ashar turned this message into a game with the t-rex chasing a pixelated jeep recreating the same scenario that happened in the first movie when the systems failed. Simply genius!



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