October 6, 2011 1:00 PM | Eric Caoili
You should already have Dino Run SE on your computer now, what with the game being amazing and sold in a super cheap $5 bundle recently, but if you haven't yet -- maybe you're going through a life situation, or perhaps you just got out the clink -- you'll soon be able to download it for free.
For two days only, October 7 - 8 (tomorrow and Saturday), the client-based Windows/Mac/Linux game will be available for free on developer Pixeljam's site. Also releasing tomorrow is Pixeljam's first music album, PIXELJAMS VOLUME 1, which will feature new and old music from the independent studio.
If you played the original Dino Run online, this follow-up to the prehistoric action platformer once again has you controlling a raptor as it attempts to outrun a "pyroclastic wall of doom" while eating plants and smaller animals, hitchhiking on other dinosaurs, and navigating all sorts of obstacles along the way.
This special edition adds fullscreen support, speedruns, multiplayer maps, a multiplayer server available exclusively to SE players, a "Planet D" mode with "strange and challenging levels", and more. Plus, it's something to hold you over while you wait for Pixeljam to release Dino Run's iPhone release!