Originally, there were three official versions of DINO EGGS that actually saw the light of day. I wrote the game for the Apple ][.
The IBM adaptation was done by Leon Frenkel, then a young fellow in Plano, TX. I'm still in touch with Leon today.
The C64 version was done by Leonard Bertoni. I never met Leonard. He has several 8-bit game credits listed on MobyGames. I'd love to hear from you, Leonard, if you get wind of this! And -- there was to be a ColecoVision cartridge
A Dino Eggs fan on YouTube wrote: "I was also lucky enough to have played the game as a young lad (on my older brother's C64, of course). "I remember it fondly due to its comfortless, creepy vibe, with its solemn stage-starting music and the disturbing sight of Tim de-evolving into a spider.
I"t represents one of my many cherished gaming memories. Thanks for creating it!"
Video Display --------------- By default, the game displays Full Screen in the same resolution as the Windows Desktop. If the game displays, but you want to select a different resolution for the game, or change from Full Screen to Windowed mode: -- From the Title Page, choose Options. -- Move down the Options menu to Screen Resolution. Move left/right with the Arrow Keys or Joystick to select from the long list of available Screen Resolutions. -- Move down the Options menu t