After sedating a dinosaur in Jurassic World Evolution, you have the ability to transfer it to a different area. If you don't know how to tranquilize dinosaurs and put them to sleep, we covered it in a guide here.
Transporting dinosaurs requires you to have the ACU security building built. You can later do upgrades later on to increase transport times and the amount of time it takes to sedate dinosaurs.
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Once you have a dinosaur sedated on the ground, you need to call in a transport team. Do so by heading to the ACU Centre and choosing the 'Transport teams' option at the bottom. It looks like the image below.
You will have two options to select. First, you need to select the item you wish to transport, which in this...
If you face an emergency, you're likely going to need to tranquilize and put your dinosaurs to sleep in Jurassic World Evolution. The most common scenario where you need to do this is if one of your animals escapes and is causing havoc in the park.
During the tutorial on the first island in the game, you are actually required to allow one of the dinosaurs to escape in order to test the security at your park. You will need to tranquilize the escaped dinosaur, then transfer it back to it's cage.
Below, you will find our guide for tranqulizing dinosaurs and putting them to sleep. If you want to check out some more Jurassic World Evolution guides, we have you covered!
How to Tranquilize
Once a dinosaur has escaped, you need to resolve the situation quickly. You should have already built the ACU Building, which is a security building. You build this...
Buildings you create in Jurassic World Evolution unless they meet some of the requirements. One of these requirements is that it's connected to the main paths, so that staff workers and visitors can access them.
There are a few different types of paths available, with the prices varying between them. You can choose to have straight paths, curved paths, narrow paths, wide paths and even fancy paths!
You should be instructed on how to build paths during the initial tutorial. However if you've forgotten, we have put together this little guide for you down below! If you're interested in some more Jurassic World Evolution guides and content, check our section here.
Creating Paths in Jurassic World Evolution
To start, choose the Paths option on the left hand side of the screen. It looks like the image below. It shouldn't be any different whether you are on PC or Console.
As I mentioned before, there...
At the start of Jurassic World Evolution, it can be quite confusing on how to remove all those pesky trees and shrubs. The first island already gives you a template to work off. However, once you begin to expand, you'll find yourself building into the dense forests.
This is usually fine, as the trees destroy themselves when you begin to create new buildings. It's placing paths that is the problem, as they become invisible under the trees and it's pretty much impossible to design the park.
Thankfully, demolishing trees in Jurassic World Evolution is a simple task, we have a quick guide below. Meanwhile, here at PwrDown we have some more guides available for JW:Evolution here!
Deleting Trees in Jurassic World Evolution
To start, head over to the landscaping section on the menu on the left hand side. It looks like the image below. It's in here that you can manage the terrain...
As you begin to progress and build your own park in Jurassic World Evolution, you are inevitably going to need to build some upgraded fences. Especially when you start adding some carnivores to the mix.
Before going through this guide, you will need to actually research electric fences to unlock them, you can do so in the research centre. This task should be covered in the tutorial.
Electric fences are stronger than the standard fence, as they keep your dinosaurs at bay. You will need to provide electricity to these fences to power them. If the power shuts off due to a storm or some other sort of disaster, the fence shuts down posing the risk of some of your dangerous dinos escaping.
Obviously, herbivores are just as dangerous as carnivores. Whilst they don't want to eat the people in your park, they will charge at them and potentially kill them. If...
Currently, Realm Royale is quite early into it's release with it only hitting Steam recently. Right now, there is only one type of mount, which is the horse. Depending on the age of this post, it could be an entirely different story.
What a mount does in Realm Royale is allow you to travel faster, much faster than the speed of running. You should use your mount whenever you can, as there is pretty much no time in between mounting and dismounting.
It's possible that in future updates, we will get a lot more different mounts, whether they are more animals or not. It's possible that we might also see some mount skins, which will add a bit more customisation to the game. Possibly in the form of rewards or micro transactions.
Below, we'll show you how to ride your mount and use it. Otherwise, you can check out some more Realm...