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Defend your planet as Survivosaur
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Defend your planet as Survivosaur


Defend your planet as Survivosaur

Some games feature you as a noble hero, taking on gigantic monsters in an effort to save your home world. In fact, that seems like the outline to most games. However, this newest game, Survivorsaur, has a whole new twist on the classic gameplay — you are the gigantic monster! Thousands of meteors, aliens, and other galactic oddities are cruising in to destroy Earth, and it’s up to you to prevent that from happening! Play on and see what we mean

Survivosaur – Defend your planet from meteors, aliens and more!


ToonBarn Rob

um… the ToonBarn guy, of course! but you can call me Rob

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