Before the release of the Jurassic World Figures in 2015 Hasbro released figures from the 2009 line, along with 2 new sculpts, in 2013 possibly to tie-in with the release of the 3D version of the original movie.
Also Hasbro were probably trying to generate more interest to keep the franchise alive in anticipation of the fourth movie in the series, Jurassic World, which was slated for a 2014 release but in fact wasn’t released until 2015.
With this movie Hasbro created a Classic line which was reminiscent of the early Kenner figures, as well as a Hero Masher figures which allowed you to create your own hybrids, similar to the Chaos Effect figures.
The Jurassic World Figures Classic Line consisted of: 13 dinosaurs, $10-$15 and 9 electronic dinosaurs, $15-$20 each.
Jurassic World Figures Exclusives
• Blind Bags- These were mini dinosaur figures available as Walmart exclusives and were sold in 3 and 15 assorted figure packs with 12 different to collect.
• INDOMINUS REX VERSUS ANKYLOSAURUS Target exclusive
• RAPTOR SQUAD Target Exclusive
These figures allowed you to take all the limbs apart and create your own hybrids, reminiscent to the Chaos Effect line. There were 13 dinosaurs in this line, including 2 Target Exclusives.
These were smaller stylized figures, targeted at the younger market and a successor to the JP Junior line. This line included 6 dinosaurs, 2 Electronic dinosaurs and 2 vehicles.
The Brawlasaur line tried to cash in on the popularity of the Games to Live genre, allowing users to use their dinosaurs in the Ludia Jurassic World : The Game software. There were 13 dinosaurs in the line as well as a 5-pack Toys R Us exclusive and a Battle Set
Official Guide to Action Figures by Stuart W Wells and Jim Main