You Can Now Hack the 'Jurassic Park' Computer System [VIDEO]
Mar 04, 2014 15:14
Relive the thrill of breaking into Jurassic Park's computer system! Jurassic Systems is a recreation of that computer system, based on the scene in which Ray Arnold (Samuel L. Jackson) tries to bypass the coding touches of Dennis Nedry (Wayne Knight).
Created by Tully Robinson, it has a couple working features designed in the IRIX style/ You can even engage with several working command lines in the simulator activated by typing "help".
You'll be greeted by the familiar Elvis-bodied Nedry, like in the movie.
Type "ls" and then ask to display the program's response for a surprise reference from the film.
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