Scooby Doo Mysterya game by Sunsoft
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ProTip: To get clue points, take new objects to Velma whenever you find them.
Hop inside the Mystery Machine with Shaggy and Scooby. You guide the pair through a series of side-scrolling mysteries, getting clues from Freddy, Scooby snacks from Daphne, and the Mystery Status from Velma. Bonus games like the "Wac-A- Monster" or "Make a Scooby Sandwich" help you.
The characters are successfully re-created, and the monsters will scare the pants off you. Although there isn't much action, the backgrounds are detailed. The sound lacks voice effects and the famous theme song, but you'll enjoy the limited soundtrack.
Reading maps and piecing together puzzles may not fulfill the action quota, but Scooby Doo does provide an intriguing adventure for kids.
- Use Scooby's sniffing abilities to find hidden items.
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Zoinks! The Mystery Machine posse needs you to help solve the riddles of Blake's Hotel and Ha Ha Carnival.
As Shaggy (with Scooby in tow), you investigate mysteries based on actual episodes. The easy interface has a menu of commands to help you collect items and clues. The puzzles aren't all easy, however.
- In the hotel, Use the dumbwaiter to descend to the kitchen. Then Push the flour and Look through the peephole.
- In the Carnival Arcade, Look through Window 2 to see Velma, Daphne, and Fred stuck in the boat. Go help them!
Both mysteries are broken up by cinematic ghost chases. These and the graphics capture the show's flavor. The average sounds are rescued by music that kicks with a solid translation of the TV tunes.
If you're a fan of the series, this is a nice rental down memory lane. If not, this is a "Scooby Don't."