Binoculars are an accessory in Carnivores, Carnivores 2, Carnivores Ice Age, Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter, Carnivores: Ice Age, Carnivores Cityscape, and Primal Prey that allow the hunter, Agent, or player to increase the distance they can see. DinoHunt Corp. binoculars are able to identify the animal being focused on, its weight, and how far away it is.
The binoculars can be zoomed in and out by pressing + and - on the number pad.
Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter[edit | edit source]
These binoculars are the same as those in the PC versions, but cannot be zoomed in. When choosing night on Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter, they act as night vision goggles.
Cost: $300- No fog, low glare lenses are perfect for humid environments where these binocs let you get a closer look at that dino.
These binoculars display the targeted dinosaurs' name, weight, gender, and distance. Despite the above description, these binoculars cannot see through the thick fog and sunlight in Primal Prey.
The binoculars in action in Carnivores: Cityscape.
The binoculars featured in Carnivores Cityscape feature incredible zoom, and can be used with night vision or thermal optics activated.
|Carnivores by Action Forms and WizardWorks Software|
|File formats, files,|
Demo 1.00.000 (build v1.02, November 1, 1998) • Retail CD (build v1.02, November 1, 1998) • Demo 3DFX patch (build v1.03, November 24, 1998) • Retail 3DFX patch (build v1.03, November 24, 1998) • Demo v1.01 (build v1.03, November 24, 1998) • Source code (build v1.03, November 24/December 15, 1998) • Source code (build v1.03, November 24/December 18, 1998) • Direct3D 1.3 (beta!) patch (build v1.03, December 18, 1998) • Direct3D beta 1.5 patch (build v1.05, September 1, 2000)