If you're in for a challenge, here is what I remember about this small game I'd like to find more information on :

  • It was a small collectible cards game about dinosaurs. Each card was of a square shape, probably cut from the cardboard of the cereal boxes it came from. However, it may have come from a different kind of "loot box", something rather common and mostly aimed at children though (hence why it was probably cereals).
  • Each card represented a specific dinosaur, or an "era-appropriate" disaster (definitly had an asteroid, maybe volcanoes), each with a single "strength" ranking up to 9 (it think the asteroid was a 9 at least). The back of the cards was mostly red, with maybe the (cereals?) brand written in white.
  • I remember the gameplay was surprisingly interesting with such a few things going on, and may or may not involve bluffing, risk taking and carefully balacing your forces. I was however quite young, so take this with a grain of salt. It was a 1-vs-1 game.
  • I played it around 1999-2001 most probably, give or take a year.
  • It was french, and I have no idea if it was internationalized.

To summarize:
I'm searching for a french dinosaurs-themed square red cards game cut from the back of cereal boxes around the turn of the 2000's. Good luck.

  • Do you think that it was a "common deck" game? A game where everyone draws from the same deck?
    – LeppyR64
    Jun 28 at 16:04
  • Yes, it probably was
    – Keelhaul
    Jun 29 at 6:44

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