Dinosaurs and Katakana’s Secret Passwords

By Spencer . November 8, 2008 . 10:16pm

Thanks to everyone who has been playing Dinosaurs and Katakana and entered the contest we ran last month. The scores at the end were absolutely incredible! Seikoazn88 racked up 461,752,200 points and won the Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit grand prize package. CRIMExTHINK won Mana Khemia from the top ten lottery. Congrats to both of you!

 

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You may have noticed Dinosaurs and Katakana has a password feature. Some of you may have already discovered the password “dinosaurseatcarrots” which skips you straight to the compound katakana. If you didn’t now you know it and you can use it to practice a different group of katakana with the speed starting at level one.

 

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Here’s one password no one knows about. If you put “everyonedothedinosaur” as the password you don’t have to play the game in rounds anymore. This means the dinosaurs won’t be grouped into like katakana and will be thrown out randomly. Since the speed level starts at level one with this password it’s a good way to practice what you learned from playing previous rounds. Test yourself and see how far you can get!


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  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=duPki1g4Djo matty

    Congrats to the winners! May Katakana and dinosaurs guide you to greatness.

  • http://www.endblock.com/ CRIMExTHINK

    Thank you so much, can’t wait to play Mana Khemia!

  • nika

    congrats ^^

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