Crops, Meat and Experience Points are important things to have in Jurassic Park Builder, for the iPhone and the iPod Touch. Crops are one of the types of food in the game; this is the source of food that is used to feed your herbivore dinosaurs. Meat, on the other hand, is another source of food that you use to feed your carnivorous dinosaurs. Experience points are what you use to gain experience levels (of course), which help you unlock more buildings, decorations and upgrades. Read on to find out how to get more of all three of these, at a faster pace!
For meat and crops, the main way to get these two is to collect from your harbors. First, you have to activate your harbors. Each activation lasts for a certain amount of time, and you can activate them for a span of a maximum period of time. For example, initially, one activation lasts for five minutes, and you can do up to 30 minutes of activations.
However, if you upgrade your harbors, each activation will last longer, and the maximum activation time will increase, as well as the speed that crops and meat will accumulate. So upgrade them to increase the amount of food that you get. Activate them for as long as possible so that when you are offline, they will earn you more and more food, allowing you to collect massive amounts when you come back, so that you can level up your dinosaurs greatly.
Also, check which missions you can complete to earn more food. Many of them will include food as part of the rewards. Missions are also a great way to accumulate experience points. They work faster than almost anything else in the game, but they are not the only way to gain experience.
You can also gain experience by building new buildings and decorations, as well as by expanding your park. After you expand your park, clear out all the junk in the area that you just expanded to, and you will gain experience points as well. In addition, each time that you activate your harbors, you will earn experience points – more experience depending on how high of a level your harbor is.