Dino Crisis was a game released for the original PlayStation, Sega Dreamcast and PC in 1999. A Game Boy Color version of the game was in development from late 1999 to early 2000, but was scrapped for unknown reasons. There were actually 2 versions of the game in development.
There were 2 versions of the port, the first version was developed by the British Studio, M4.Ltd and the second version was developed by Fluid Studios.The first version was a top-down perspective version similar to "Resident Evil: Gaiden" and the second was a version that used static backgrounds and images accompanied by text, according to Unseen64. Capcom cancelled both versions of the game and since both of the companies have been shut down. Finding more information on either port is difficult. Only screenshots from the second version developed by Fluid Studios have surfaced. Supposedly, the first version was used to create "Resident Evil: Gaiden" which was released in 2001. Both versions of the game are lost.