I was thinking Orion Prelude. Though there's no dinosaur riding with lasers and shields, it's sci fi lasers and jetpacks fighting dinosaurs. Not to understate the downgrade but it's probably the closest thing. Wave survival Halo versus dinosaurs. I found it boring.
I've been meaning to mention that Naissance
is free now. It was mentioned before in this thread at some point. It's one of my favorite games and I've played it at least a dozen times. You'll know if you like the game shortly after you enter the second level, because you'll have seen what the game is about by then. It's a surreal spatial environment with blocky architecture with some real-world features. Most of the time it looks like you're an electron in a hyperdimensional electronic circuit. It's blurry whether or not you're the only lifeform. The weirdest thing of all is that you're definitely human, definitely female.
There are light puzzles that won't slow you down at all, they're easy to comprehend and solve. One of them has embarrassing music but otherwise they're okay. The thing is that the puzzles are a distraction from the real challenge of the game. It continually challenges your perceptions of what the rules are of the space that you're in, and it does so in unique ways that I have rarely if ever experienced in other games. It will try your patience. You will, guaranteed, not know where to go or what to do if you go in blind. You will doubt yourself, and that's the point. I always enjoy it when games are willing to step away from "fun" conventions for the sake of art and creating something memorably unique. I'm not sure how alone I am in that though, as this whole idea of "don't waste my time or jerk me around no matter what the point of it is; every game must be a streamline" is becoming at least more vocal.