Early impressions of the Jurassic Park tables based more on aesthetic and layout than mechanics:
First, just like the Universal tables, there is no music from the IP, which is a giant shame considering the iconic Jurassic Park overature. On top of that, the generic voices are really rough. Mr. DNA sounds drunk.
Jurassic World uses voice callouts from the movies, which is great, but I’m not a fan of how the table is laid out at the moment. I also don’t know if I’m doing something wrong or if there is really no plunger, but I can’t stand the launch. I like the water area in the upper left but this table needs some interesting modes to make it any good.
Jurassic Park also uses voice callouts from the movie and automatically gets points for featuring the Goldblum. The table itself is very crowded and is an absolute mess of ramps and orbits on the top 2/3 of the table. It is fairly symmetrical and might make for a combo-heavy table. I usually prefer more open space on my tables, so we will see how this one goes.
JP Mayhem features cringeworthy voice work but may be my favorite table design at first blush. It is asymmetric and does have two large dinosaurs on the table. There are also some great sound effects from the movie.
I know this isn’t much to go on, but I haven’t been able to devote much time to the tables yet.