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Lego Jurassic World Minikit and Amber Fossil Brick locations guide

InGen Arrival - Camp Sabotage

Stealth is the name of the game as you sneak into the InGen camp to cause a ruckus and steal some minikits.

Minikit #1

When you enter the camp, you'll spot pieces of a minikit on top of the caged dino.

Jump onto the back of the truck and from there, jump onto the cage to construct the minikit.

Minikit #2

Release the Stegosaurus in the upper camp, and wait for it to vacate the cage.

Head inside and go poop diving to find the minikit.

Minikit #3 - Free Play Mode

Locate and juice up three generators for the next minikit. The first is to the left of the dino cage at the start of the level.

The second generator is near the campfire, to the right of the tent.

The last generator is in the upper area of the camp, behind the dino cage to the left

Minikit #4 - Free Play Mode

By the campfire is a cage with a minikit inside. Use a character with a scanner to interact with the terminal.

Use the Pachycephalosaurus to break through the wall. Pop in to get the minikit.

Minikit #5 - Free Play Mode

Switch to the Dilophosaurus so that you can hack up toxic phlegm all over three boulders. The first is to the left of the cracked wall.

The second is in the upper camp, behind the Triceratops cage on the left.

The third is in the same area at the back end of the Stegosaurus cage on the right.

Minikit #6 - Free Play Mode

In the upper camp, head to the back and destroy the crates to the right of the large tent, then crawl through the exposed small-access hatch.

On the other side, sneak across to the left to get the minikit.

Minikit #7 - Free Play Mode

After you release the Stegosaurus in the upper camp, follow its trail to the back left and use Eric Kirby to scatter the Compys.

Destroy the rocks and plants to the right to find the watering spot.

The minikit is inside the flower that blooms.

Shabana Arif
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