Dino D-Day

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Dino D-Day was originally a Half-Life 2 mod that was later released as a stand alone Multiplayer FPS game on Steam in 2011. The game is set in World War II with a twist: The Nazis have somehow created Dinosaurs that they use to fight the war. Gameplay is similar to Team Fortress 2.

The game eventually received a visual update that added weapons and changed the look of existing weapons. It also added a "Last Stand" mode that's available as DLC.

The following weapons appear in the game:


Contents

Pistols/Revolvers

M1911A1

The M1911A1, called the Colt .45 in-game, is the sidearm for Capt. Jack Hardgrave and Cpl. Joe Spencer. Like most of the weapons it updated the model and fixed a transparent texture that was present in the gun's magazine.

Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP
Hardgrave holding his updated Colt .45
The weapon's sights.
Hardgrave reloads his M1911A1 after he runs it dry, which caused maximum damage to the sand.
Hardgrave reloads his M1911A1 after firing two shots. As evident in the below screenshot, the slide would fly backwards during every reload (In-game the gun carries seven bullets).
The original model. Note the transparent textures on the inside of the magazine.

Nagant M1895

Called the Nagant Revolver, it is the sidearm of Ilona Vike. It fires rather slowly, but it is accurate.

Nagant M1895 Revolver
Vike holds her Nagant M1895 at the ready. There are few changes to this weapon when compared to the original model. Most notably, though, is that the texture is of a higher quality.
Vike aims down the sights.
Vike reloads each bullet individually. This means that if you are going to use this weapon, do not miss.
The original in-game Nagant Revolver.

Walther P38

The Walther P38 is the sidearm of Camille Brun, the Allied French medic. In-game the name 'Walther' is dropped and it is simply referred to as the 'P38'. Although it may seem odd for an Allied character to carry a weapon most readily identified as a weapon of Germany, Brun's use of the weapon is not inaccurate, as the weapon did see some use by the French. The updated model now allows the slide to lock back when reloading the weapon after it's been emptied.

Walther P38 pistol
Brun with her apparently "borrowed" P38 at the ready.
Brun aims down the sights.
In this new reload animation, after the magazine has been emptied, the slide locks back when Brun reloads the P38. She also keeps her finger off of the trigger during this process.
Brun reloads a slightly empty P38. Note that you can see bullets through the holes on the magazine, but unlike most of the weapons in-game, these bullets seem to be textured onto the model.
The original P38 being reloaded.

Luger P08

Olt. Karl Hissman and HptFw. Wolfgang von Graff both carry a Luger P08 (Simply called Luger in-game) as their sidearm. The updated model seems to be a complete redesign, complete with various new animations.

Luger P08 - 9x19mm
Hissman holds his Luger P08.
When either Hissman or von Graff draw their Luger, they chamber the weapon. A bullet can be seen inside, even if the weapon is empty when it is drawn.
Hissman reloads an empty Luger after wasting a goat.
Hissman reloads a partly empty Luger after wasting another poor defenseless goat.
The original Luger.

Tokarev TT-33

Released in an update, the Allied sniper Ilona Vike can exchange her Nagant revolver for a Tokarev TT-33 Pistol. Although it deals less damage, it fires much faster than the Nagant, and can also be reloaded substantially quicker (since it uses a magazine).

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Vike holds her brand new TT-33.
Vike aims down the sights.
Vike loads what appears to be a very empty magazine into her TT-33. As seen below, the magazine has exactly one bullet modeled into it. Through what must be Russian magic, this bullet turns into seven.
After dumping the previous magazine (done through a quick flick of the wrist), Vike loads a solitary bullet into her TT-33.


Rifles

M1 Garand

Jack Hardgrave can carry an M1 Garand as his primary weapon. As with most video game incarnations of this weapon, you can only reload when the weapon's current clip runs dry. The update has made it somewhat smaller.

M1 Garand - .30-06
Hardgrave holds his M1 Garand while admiring a Nazi wanted poster with his face on it.
Ready to try out the Garand's updated sights, Hardgrave pulls the dangerous stunt of pointing a loaded gun towards his face.
Admiring the beautiful North African sky, Hardgrave reloads his rifle. Like most video games, the Garand can only reload once all ammo in the current clip has been depleted.
The first version of Hardgrave's M1 Garand.

M1 Carbine

Hardgrave can also carry a M1 Carbine as the primary weapon if the player chooses so. The weapon carries more ammo than the Garand and can reload mid-magazine, but deals less damage to enemy players. Like the Garand, the updated model seems to be smaller.

M1 Carbine
The updated M1 Carbine is notably different than the previous version.
Hardgrave aims down the carbine's iron sights.
Taking the magazine out of the gun, Hardgrave reloads his M1 Carbine.
The original M1 Carbine, in all of its chunky glory.

Mosin Nagant M91/30

The Mosin Nagant appears as the Mosin-Nagant, and has an attached sniper scope. It is the primary weapon of the Allied sniper Ilona Vike.

Mosin Nagant M91/30 - 7.62x54mm R
The updated Mosin Nagant rifle is much more sleek looking than the old version, along with a far less bulky scope that doesn't take up as much of the screen as before.
A look through the scope, where Vike (as controlled by the editor) takes out an enemy Compy. You can also see the kill icon in the upper right, which is a silhouetted Mosin Nagant.
Vike reloads her updated Mosin Nagant.
Apparently aware of the spectator camera, Vike uncannily looks at the spectating player while holding her Nagant.
The original version of the Mosin Nagant.

Karabiner 98k

The Karabiner 98k appears as the Mauser 98k. It is the primary weapon of both Hptm. Kurt Streicher and Hissman. Hissman, being the Axis sniper class, has a scoped variant. Additionally, unlike Streicher, Hissman loads his weapon one bullet at a time, probably due to the scope. Streicher uses a 5-shot stripper clip.

Karabiner 98k
The Karabiner has changed little in between updates.
Streicher checks out the updated texturing as he aims down the sights on his "Mauser 98k."
While reloading his rifle, Streicher spots an allied Dilophosaurus carrying a goat up to the battle.
Hissman holds his scoped Karabiner. Note that the scope lens seems to be completely opaque.
The scope graphic is exactly the same as Vike's Mosin Nagant. Here, Hissman takes out some defenseless goats
Hissman pulls the chamber open as he prepares to reload his scoped Karabiner 98k.
Hissman takes aim with the 98k world model.
The original "Mauser."

Sturmgewehr 44

The Sturmgewehr 44 appears as the MP-44. It is the primary weapon for von Graff. The updated weapon is mostly the same, with some model tweaks and a far better looking texture. Like many of the visually updated weapons, it appears to have been resized.

Sturmgewehr 44 - 7.92x33mm.
Von Graff and his updated MP-44.
Von Graff tries out the iron sights.
Von Graff reloads the weapon. Though difficult to capture or see in this image, the magazine does have bullets modeled in it. Also, for some reason, the charging handle is locked back.
Von Graff wishes that he had the new MP-44.

SMGs/Machine Guns

M1A1 Thompson

The M1A1 Thompson appears as the Thompson SMG. It is one of two primary weapons for Spencer. The updated model simply provided a cleaner, higher resolution model with better texture quality, and it moved the positioning of Spencer's hands. The size also seems to have been modified, as the weapon appears larger in Spencer's hands, as opposed to before the update.

M1A1 Thompson with 30-round magazine - .45 ACP
The updated Thompson model. Spencer's thumb seems to clip through the side of it.
Spencer aims down the weapon's sights.
While reloading the M1A1, Spencer is pleased to see that his magazine has actual bullets modeled into it.
Spencer holds the original incarnation of the Thompson.

M3/M3A1 Grease Gun

The Grease Gun is an optional primary weapon for Spencer. It does more damage, but has a slower rate of fire and it is less accurate.

M3 "Grease Gun" - .45 ACP.
In a location that is clearly not North Africa, Spencer wields his Grease Gun during a bid to protect Santa Clause from the Nazis. Yes, that's actually what's going on here.
Noticing an undecorated pine tree in the Christmas map, Spencer decides to put it out of its misery.
With the visual update, the Grease Gun was given a new draw animation, where Spencer chambers the weapon, despite it being open-bolt. A bullet is clearly inside. Whenever he reloads the weapon, regardless of what is left in the magazine, he opens the port to find no bullet in the chamber and removes an empty magazine...
...at which point Spencer pulls out a fresh, full magazine to put back into the gun. As soon as he puts it in, a bullet reappears in the chamber.
Spencer reloads the old Grease Gun, which also had bullets modeled in the magazine.

Sten Mk II

The Sten Mk II appears as the Sten Gun and is the primary weapon of Camille Brun. The update gave it a new animations, a darker colored, and less grimy looking texture, and some overall smoother modeling.

Sten Mk II - 9x19mm
Brun holds the Sten by the magazine in the first person. She holds it correctly when viewed in the third person.
Brun checks out the iron sights of her blacker Sten.
The new draw animation features Brun taking out the weapon with her left hand and racking its bolt with her right hand.
Brun reloads her Sten. The magazine seems to be empty. The blue crosses are an indicator that Brun is under the effects of her own healing ability.
Camille holds her original Sten Mk II, which was brown and very dirty looking.

BAR

A BAR without a bipod is the primary weapon for Joseph Frank.

Browning Automatic Rifle - .30-06
Joseph holds his BAR on the Market map.
With nothing but sand in view, Joseph tries out the BAR's sights.
Joseph takes out an empty magazine. Unlike the majority of magazine models in the game, the "full" one doesn't seem to have anything in it.
The pre-update BAR was slightly bulkier and took up more of the screen.

MP38

The MP38 appears incorrectly labeled as the MP-40, and is a secondary weapon for Streicher. With a rifle and an SMG at his disposal, Streicher is the only human character to carry what are essentially two primaries. This was most likely done to make up for the fact that the Axis team only has three human classes.

MP38
Streicher carrying his MP38.
Aiming down the sights.
Reloading the weapon.
Reloading some more.

Browning M1919A4

The Browning M1919A4 appears as the .30 Cal MG, and is the weapon attached to the back of the cyber-Protoceratops, Trigger. The weapon cannot be reloaded but can overheat. If it fully overheats, the M1919A4 must cool down completely before being used again. Once ammo runs dry, Trigger must find ammo on the ground or resupply back at the base.

Browning M1919A4 - .30-06 Springfield
Trigger's Browning machine gun. Note that the belt does not animate while firing.
The pre-update Browning differs little from the finalized model.However, Trigger has a slightly updated design, and the gun base is has some subtle changes.


MG34

The MG34 appears in the game as the weapon that is mounted on the back of the Axis Stygimoloch, which serves as their answer to Trigger.

MG34 with 50 round belt drum - 7.92x57mm Mauser
The MG34 on a Stygimoloch. The model differs little from the pre-update version.
The Stygimoloch turns down the chance to be a T-Rex in order to play with the MG34.

MG42

MG42s appear as mounted weapons near Allied spawn points on some maps, despite being an Axis-issued machine gun. It has unlimited ammo but can overheat like the Browning and MG34. The Axis "superclass," a massive Tyrannosaurus, also carries a pair of MG42s on its head.

MG42 with sling and bipod collapsed - 7.92mm Mauser
A mounted MG42 near an Allied spawn point. The only noticeable change from the updates is the addition of a camouflage pattern on the shield.
A clearer view of the world model's shield. In-game, it actually serves little purpose, as it does not negate damage taken by the gun's user.
The Nazi's have unleashed their most effective super-science weapon yet: A Tyrannosaurus with machine guns!

Shotguns

Winchester Model 1897 Trench Gun

The Winchester Model 1897 "Trench Gun" appears as the Trench Gun. It has the slowest reload of all the weapons players can use. It is the primary weapon for Blithe-Crossley.

Winchester Model 1897 "Trench Gun" with heat shield and bayonet lug - 12 Gauge
The Trench Gun.
Pumping it after a shot. This weapon does not have an ADS mode.
Reloading the weapon.

Flechette Gun

Joseph Frank's sidearm is a weapon referred to as the Flechette Gun. It is a single-shot weapon that appears to be a cut down single-barreled shotgun. The crude weapon seems to have only two small straps holding the barrel and the furniture together.

Frank hold the cut down single-barreled shotgun at the ready.
After wasting rock, Frank dumps the empty shell case and loads a new one. Being a single shot weapon, using it is something of a gamble. With good enough aim, the weapon can cause a hefty amount of damage.

Rocket Launchers/Explosives

PIAT

One of two secondary weapons for Blythe-Crossley, the PIAT is the game's rocket launcher. The updated model has a better form to it, better textures, and operates differently. On the old model, the PIAT was mostly out of the screen, and to fire it the player would have Blythe-Crossley flip up the sight and walk slower in order to aim the weapon. The new model removes this feature, so the PIAT can be fired while moving at any speed.

PIAT
The new PIAT in-game. It's also redder in color than the old PIAT.
Blythe-Crossley inserts a HEAT projectile with "TNT-12" stamped on the side of it.
The old PIAT for comparison.
Originally, the PIAT could only be fired when aiming with the sight. This feature has since been removed.

Mk 2 Hand Grenade

The Mk 2 hand grenade appears as the Mk 2 Frag Grenade, and is used by both Hardgrave and Frank as explosives. The updated model is slightly smaller.

Mk 2 "Pineapple" frag grenade
Hardgrave carries the new, smaller Mk 2 hand grenade.
Frank carries the older, larger Mk 2 hand grenade.

Sticky Bomb

Spencer carries a sticky bomb, which seems to be a fuse activated explosive wrapped in a tar-soaked sock. He lights the fuse with a zippo lighter, and sends it on its way, where it can stick to walls and other surfaces. It can't stick to other players, however. The updated model is mostly the same, but with a better texture, and, like with most of the new explosives, is smaller in size.

Spencer's sticky bomb.
Spencer's older sticky bomb.

Model 43 Stielhandgranate

The Model 43 Stielhandgranate, with a fragmentation sleeve, appears as the Stick Grenade, and is used by both Hissman and Streicher. Model 43s are also used by the Axis Compsognathus (Or compy for short) class, who wears one on their back. Acting as a suicide bomber, the compy's grenade will become more potent as the player kills enemy players through normal methods, such as using their claws. The updated model brings the model quality up as well as the texture quality.

Model 43 Stielhandgranate
The Model 43 Stielhandgranate, with a fragmentation sleeve, as held by Streicher. Awww, look at those cute little goats!
Not only did the grenade get an updated look, but so did the dinosaur that carries it. Originally, the compy was completely green. The kill counter has been moved into the upper left-hand corner.
Other than slightly blander texture model (Low res image not withstanding), the pre-update grenade filled up more space on the screen.

M18 Smoke Grenade

Instead of a hand grenade like Hardgrave and Spencer, Blythe-Crossley is given an M18 Smoke Grenade.

M18 smoke grenade
Blythe-Crossley pulls the pin on his M83 and starts to throw it.
The original smoke grenade before the visual update. The difference is minimal.

Other

M2 Flamethrower

The M2 Flamethrower appears as the Flamethrower, and is the second option players can choose to use for Blithe-Crossley's secondary weapon.

M2 Flamethrower
Flamethrower.
The Flamethrower throwing Flames.

20mm Gun

The weapon emplaced on the back of the Axis Desmatosuchus.

The Desmatosuchus and its Gun. But is it more effective than a Panzer?

Non-Firearms

These weapons are not firearms, but are the other three weapons used throughout the game.

Jack Rabbit

Vike can dispense dead Jack Rabbits to distract Velociraptors and Microraptors. She can kill them while they're eating, while the other player looks on in shock and anger as his dino is gunned down in front of him. However, an achievement can be earned if the player controlling a Raptor both eats the rabbit and kills the Vike who dispensed it in one life.

Fists

All allied characters minus Trigger can use their Fists as a backup weapon. Hardgrave's fist has a damage/kill fill-bar for his pair of hands. When the bar fills up completely, based on how much damage or how many kills Hardgrave has dished with his bare hands, Hardgrave turns into the Doom marine and becomes a berserker packing man-and-a-half, being granted with super speed and the ability to kill enemies with a single punch. In addition, his hands glow blue. The effect only lasts a few seconds, however.

Knife

German Human classes use knives as a backup weapon. If they can get behind an enemy Human class, the knife can perform an instantly fatal backstab kill, not unlike Team Fortress 2's Spy character's knife.




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