Games about Dinosaurs


Games About Dinosaurs

Dinosaur Games

Dinosaur games are so much fun and relative to kids. Why? Everyone with kids knows the draw of dinosaurs. It’s like a bee to a flower, a bear to honey, a picnic basket to a bear…woah, I really aged myself there.

There are so many educational & just-plain-fun dinosaur games out there. Where do you even start? Below you’re going to find a list of dinosaur games organized by age.

Important note: Some of these games may contain art or information that is outdated. I suggest visiting Prehistoric Wildlife for more updated information.

Games About Dinosaurs

Dinosaur Games for Young Kids

Dino Digs (FREE GAME – Download here)
Join an eager paleontologist in her quest to find a dinosaur fossil, using math! 
Age: 3+
Players: 2+
Time: 5-10′
Skills: Math, learning to game, counting to 6

Dinosaur Stack
Young kids love dinosaurs and they love stacking things. Put these motor and thinking skills to use in this 1 player game!
Age: 3+
Players: 1
Time: N/A
Skills: Motor control, thinking skills, STEM

Match These Bones
Yes, this is a matching game, but it’s also scientifically-accurate and comes with tons of great info about the perennial favorite, dinosaurs.
Ages: 3+
Players: 1+
Time: 10′
Skills: Memory, matching, science, paleontology

Dotty Dinosaurs
Orchard Toys is THE game company for young children & Dotty Dinosaurs is one of the favorites of their extensive list of games. Kids learn shapes, colors, and basic geometry. There are 2 levels of play so the game grows with your child.
Age: 3-6
Players: 2-4
Time: 5-10′
Skills: Geometry, math, shapes, colors

Games About Dinosaurs for Kids

Fossil Frenzy
Join a group of paleontologists as they race to save their dig site. BUT WAIT! Along the way you will battle 4 dig-ending elements. Can you save the dig? Find out in this strategy game.
Age: 7+
Players: 2
Time: 5′
Skills: Strategy

Dino Dump
In this bathroom-themed game players have to outdo each other’s “dumps” by playing a card of the same or higher value. Don’t have a card to play? Get your pooper scooper out.
Age: 6+
Players: 2-4
Time: 10′
Skills: Math

Dino-Opoly
This game plays like Monopoly, but it’s about dinosaurs! Learn facts as you play either the full game or a shortened (thank goodness) game.
Age: 8+
Players: 2-6
Time: 1 hour or a longer traditional version
Skills: Science, math, patience, paleontology

Guess in 10: Deadly Dinosaurs
This popular line of games, played in teams, works just like 20 Questions but with only 10 questions. Learn dinosaur facts and smash the competition. (Ok, don’t do that, practice good sportsmanship instead.) Game comes with extra large cards, easy for everyone to hold.
Age: 8+
Players: 2-6
Time: 5-15′
Skills: Epochs, science, paleontology

Dinosaur Games for 10+ (~ish)

When your child plays my original game, Birds of Prey, players learn facts about birds, both living and extinct. The Dinosaur Expansion adds 12 new playing cards! Get Birds of Prey & the Dinosaur Expansion and help support a small business!
Age: 8+
Players: 2+
Time: 10′
Skills: Ornithology, paleontology, extinct animals

Dinosaur Island
Years ago scientists began cloning dinosaurs. Today museums are going extinct, most of which have been turned into amusement parks. Can you build the best park?
Age: 8+
Players: 2-4
Time: 90-120′
Skills: Economics, strategy

Welcome to Dino World
Can you design a dinosaur zoo and keep the dinosaurs from escaping? Wouldn’t that be a tragedy. This dice game is exactly that- don’t let the Dinos get Cretaceous on everyone.
Age: 12+
Players: 2-75 (party game choice!)
Time: 40-70′
Skills: Strategy, motor control, roll & write

Tiny Epic Dinosaurs
You’ve seen several build dinosaur park games, but have you seen a dinosaur dancing game? Aquire, breed, & sell your dinos to the highest bidder.
Age: 14+
Players: 1-4
Time: 45′
Skills: Strategy, economics, farming

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