• Game Controller support
• AirPlay support
• LIVE Broadcasting!

Nanosaur 2 will blow your mind as you blow things up! Pilot a flying dinosaur from the future who is equipped with massive firepower! Your goal is to find and retrieve the missing dinosaur eggs, and to do that you'll have to blow up a whole lotta stuff! You'll battle other Nanosaurs and their defense systems, and collect powerups which give you a large array of weaponry ranging from heat seeking missiles to cluster bombs. It's a dinosaur flight simulator!

Multiplayer has 3 different games that can play up to 4 players in each mode:

• Battle
• Capture the Flag
• Race

What’s New

Version 5.2.1

Updated for latest Apple hardware.

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
27 Ratings

27 Ratings

MythillLore ,

Totally Worth Having

Nanosaur is the coolest original mac game and its sweet they app’ed it. The game is a thrill! Compelling game and fantastic gameplay but you get dizzy. I can beat a level but in in-order to save any of your game progress you have to beat two levels at the same time. They are tough and semi long, thats my setback about the game. Ive always wanted to make it through and discover more of the story. I infrequently play and always anticipate beating it next time.

applepi ,

Quite Good, Could Be Better

Nanosaur 2 for iPhone is exactly like Nanosaur 2 for Mac, with the exception of the control scheme. Your accelerometer-controlled dinosaur seems a bit sluggish, not turning as quickly as you would expect. All of the keyboard buttons on the original game are now on-screen buttons, a system that works quite well and almost better than the Mac version––I was pleasantly surprised. The graphics and sounds are great, and it's not too difficult.

That being said, the game's save system, like most Pangea ports for iPhone, only allows saving at the end of levels. Each level takes a good amount of time to complete, about 15 minutes. As such, don't expect this to be a go-to game when you have a spare moment, but a game that you sit down and play.

The health system works well enough, with a shield on top of the standard health meter and four lives. Unfortunately, crashing into anything kills you instantly, and combined with the small screen and slow controls, this can be rather frustrating. Previous experience with the Mac version of Nanosaur 2 is very helpful.

Besides the issue with saving and the slow steering, Nanosaur 2 is an impressive port for iPhone that is true to the original.

tasstimes ,


The accelerometer flight control is amazing, as is the soundtrack. I replay it all the time and try to win in different ways, for example snatching the eggs without destroying any enemies or never using the jetpack burst or trying never to take any damage. This game is fantastic and a classic, I only wish for more levels and also please release the first Nanosaur, too.


Pangea Software, Inc.
78.1 MB

Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.



Age Rating
Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence


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