“What a fantastic experience we had walking around! Great fun! The ebook is amazing! Well done! ”
Laura Silva, Trustpilot

Take part in the Dino World Trail! Open 10 magical eggs to meet the dinosaurs inside in AR! Take selfies with them and download the free prize puzzle pack.

Players open the eggs and

🧩 Complete mini-challenges and meet the dino residents…

📲 they’ll reveal themselves in augmented reality…

🔟 you’ll have to visit all ten in any order…

🤳 taking selfies and making videos with them…

🎁 before claiming your free digital prize!

What is the Dino World Trail?

The trail is an experience where players visit 10 mysterious eggs, each with a unique QR code to scan, and ‘open’ them in augmented reality to see the amazingly cute dinos inside (don’t forget to take selfies with them).  

Once you’ve collected all 10 stamps you’ll be rewarded with a digital puzzle pack and be able to take selfies with digital prize badges ‘pinned’ to yourself. 

How Does it Work?

The trail works by utilising contactless QR codes, without the need for players to download or sign up to anything. The trail consists of 10 story-points with embedded QR codes.

How to Play:

1. Click on the link above to begin, learn how to play and see your local map.

2. Visit all 10 stops, scan their QR codes. and finally, collect your prize.

Test the Augmented Reality on your Device

Before setting off on the trail we advise you to try out the AR functionality of your phone. Most modern smartphones do have this capability now but there are some that still don’t support it. From a smartphone only, click on this link or scan the below QR code to try it out now.

If you don’t see a ‘see me in AR’ button on the next page then it’s likely your phone doesn’t support AR yet and you’ll need to use an alternative device for this element of the trail.

How to Scan QR Codes

Most modern phones now automatically scan QR codes simply by opening your camera app and pointing at them. If your phone doesn’t have this capability you can download an app that reads QR codes instead. Try these for Android or Apple.

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