“Jurassic Park” Security System Hack Simulator Will Force You To Say The Magic Word

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Light that cigarette, and hold on to your butts, because you can experience hacking the Jurassic Park security system for yourself in a new fan-made simulator called Jurassic Systems created by Tully Robinson.

The game is inspired by Ray Arnold (Samuel L. Jackson) tries to bypass the obnoxious personal coding touches of Dennis Nedry (Wayne Knight). Hit the jump to see how to play.

Thanks to Mashable for the heads up.

Just like Ray Arnold typed in access security grid, and hit a Dennis Nedry saying “Nuh uh uh, you didn’t say the magic word” on loop, so will you feel the utter frustration of being unable to access the much needed security grid to put Jurassic Park on lockdown when playing Jurassic Systems.

The entire interface is a blast from the past, as it is reminiscent of everything that was highly technological back in the 90s. Compared to the technology today, every computer you see in Jurassic Park looks archaic.

There are also a few other command codes you can enter besides access. For instance, entering “ls” would give you the iconic zebra girl.

There are other command codes available to try out, and to find them all out you can access the about section of the page, where it will reveal all the fun commands to try out. So while this may have nothing to do with the actual Jurassic World movie coming out, it may be a nice thing to hold us over until 2015.

And here is the “Nuh uh uh, you didn’t say the magic word” clip from Jurassic Park just in case you forgot about it.

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