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Pixeljam Games Launch Dino Run SE for Mac, PC, and Linux

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Pixeljam Games, a n independent games development team that creates retro styled arcade games, is pleased to announce the launch of the new version of their classic dinosaur themed racing game, Dino Run SE. The prehistoric arcade game includes an abundance of new features with its release, including new game modes, new levels, and enhanced gameplay.

Players are invited to enter a prehistoric world of pixels where they must race their dinosaurs to escape the inevitable doom wave of extinction. Control a speedy raptor across tar pits, crumbling hillsides and meteorite showers while gobbling up anything that gets in the way for energy. Collect bones and other easter eggs to unlock special features and collectibles to enhance and personalize your dino, including an assortment of colors and wearable hats exclusive to Dino Run SE. Like the original Dino Run, players can choose to race their dinosaurs on their own or to play online with up to three other players in a variety of new multiplayer levels. Now available for download on the Mac, PC, and Linux, Dino Run SE, players can experience a smoother and faster game experience outside of the browser and enjoy the pixelated glory of the game in fullscreen.

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