Use your limited amount of throws to destroy all the cages the dinos are being kept in, without damaging any of the skull blocks. You are allowed to kick the skull blocks over the edge, but letting a dino fall into the abyss will not be tolerated!

Left ClickRight Click Drag
Throw BallRotate Camera

Made for the 8 Bits to Infinity Palette Jam 2, which restricts your game to just 8 colors chosen out of a Palette of 16 colors (Rampy16 by ANoob). Here are the 8 colors I decided upon:

I might revisit this prototype later; Follow to be kept in the loop!

If you are interested in the rendering process for the dithering and outlines, I've created a minimal Unity project for you to explore and learn from.

Forgot to mention in the credits that the skull on the poison block is a CC0 asset.

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux, HTML5
Rated 4.9 out of 5 stars
(15 total ratings)
Made withGIMP, Unity, Blender
Tags3D, Animals, Casual, Cute, Dinosaurs, Minimalist, Mouse only, Physics, Short, Singleplayer
Average sessionAbout a half-hour


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Love the graphics! Also took me a second to realize i could rotate with right click. I like the game, it's like 3D Angry Birds, very fun.

Seems simple, but is actually a really cute and fun puzzle game.

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Thanks for submitting!

great prototype

Oh hermano, esto debería llevarse un GOTY, amo los dinosaurio

Really lovely work! Finished it all! :)


dino breakout? more like human in a computer screen trying to rescue a random dinosaur

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Super fun little puzzle game! Had a few fun moments of realizing what the solution was and then executing it. Level 8 was really clever too!


Great puzzle design! :)

Great game visually and logically. I didn't realized that the right mouse has a control as well at first. However once I got a hold of that, it became much more fun!

I really enjoyed physics that Dino once again created in the game. Like the pixel arts that are skinned on the 3D objects. Overall game looks and fills awesome. Sort of like SNES/Switch vibes! Great work man. Bravo