Mattel – Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous PR Box – Video Unboxing & Review


Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous is an all-new animated series coming to Netflix starting September 18th, 2020. This upcoming series follows a group of six teenagers chosen for a once-in-a-lifetime experience at a new adventure camp on the opposite side of Isla Mublar. When dinosaurs wreck havoc across the island, the campers are unable to reach the outside world and will quickly from strangers to friends to family as they band together to survive.

In celebration of this new series, Mattel is offering a new assortment of toys that are exclusively available at Target Stores, including 3 3/4″ scale dinosaur and human figures. Featured in this review is the Roarin’ Tyrannosaurus Rex, Jurassic World Camp Adventure Set, and the Jurassic World Mini Dino 15-Pack.



Thank you to Mattel for providing this Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous PR box for review.

Availability: July 2020

The Mini Dino 15-Pack and the Camp Adventure Set are packaged in window boxes with nicely done artwork inspired from the upcoming animated series on Netflix, along with a look and the names of the dinosaurs and human character, Darius, on the back. The Roarin’ Tyrannosaurus Rex also has great packaging also inspired from the series, and he is left exposed to test him out in-stores. The back of the packaging gives you some details and instructions of his features.


The Mini Dino 15-Pack comes with an assortment of dinosaurs that features 1-2 points of articulation and are scaled down and given some great sculpted textures and likenesses. There are some familiar characters in this set, such as the Velociraptor Blue, the Indoxodex Rex, and the Tyrannosaurus Rex. The articulation for these figures are either in their jaws, neck, legs, tail or wings, which is specific to the species.


The Camp Adventure set comes with the first human character from the show, Darius, along with Bumpy the baby Ankylosaurus, a Baryonyx and a Stegosaurus. The dinosaurs each have the same great sculpted detail and paint applications as seen in the line, and have a feature, such as an opening jaw for the Baryonyx, a swinging tail for the Stegosaurus, and a hinged tail for the Ankylosaurus. Darius is sculpted and painted in his yellow sweater with a hood, a white shirt, blue pants, black and white shoes, black stripes on his sweater, and a dinosaur tooth. His head sculpt is excellent and has a great likeness to the box art and previews of the show that we’ve seen.


The Roarin’ Tyrannosaurus Rex lives up to to his name, and the likeness and sculpted details and textured given to him are incredible. This figure has a roaring feature that activates by pressing the button on the top part of his tail, which causes his mouth to open and the roaring to being. We demonstrated this in the video, so check that out! He can also swivel his tail and head at the same time as its connected, and grab a dinosaur or human character in his mouth. The paint applications on him are excellent as well with the light and brown deco, along with those yellow eyes and black pupils. His arms can swivel, and his back hips are hinged.

Overall, Mattel’s Jurassic World team have been doing an incredible job on this line and it shows by the quality of the products and great attention to detail just how hard they’ve been working on this line since it launched. The Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous line is just one of the latest offerings, and you can be sure there are move great stuff coming. Definitely recommend picking up these dinosaur and human characters to any Jurassic Park/Jurassic World fan.



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