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Goosebumps: Escape from Horrorland (1996)

Lizzy, Luke and Clay are trapped in Horrorland - and you must help rescue them. Escape from Werewolf, Dracula and the Horrors of HorrorLand. Solve puzzles and gather clues to free your friends from one of the creepiest places on earth.

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Mrs. Morris (voice)
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Pumpkins (voice)
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Werewolf (voice)
Tatum Marie Fjersted ...
Lizzy Morris (voice)
Erik Gavriluk ...
Zombie #2 (voice)
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Dracula (voice)
Nadine Grycan ...
Suzy-Q (voice)
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Madison Storm / Stump (voice)
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Clay (voice)
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Squat (voice)
Tracey McAlister ...
Zombie #3 (voice)
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Mummy / Zombie (voice)
Dennon Rawles ...
Vampire Dancer #1 (voice)
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Riddle Wall / Horus (voice)
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Lady Cadaver (voice)
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Lizzy, Luke and Clay are trapped in Horrorland - and you must help rescue them. Escape from Werewolf, Dracula and the Horrors of HorrorLand. Solve puzzles and gather clues to free your friends from one of the creepiest places on earth.

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The wolf Two-socks from "Dances with Wolves" makes an appearance as a werewolf in full wolf form. See more »

Quotes

[Madison Storm's ray turns Lizzie into Clay]
Luke Morris: Clay?
Lizzy Morris: I'm... I'm *Clay*? Oh, *please* don't tell me I'm Clay!
Luke Morris: [puts his arm around Lizzie] Well... Look on the bright side: For once I can *actually* say my sister's my best friend!
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Spin-off Goosebumps: One Day at Horrorland: Part 1 (1997) See more »

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19 May 2006 | by See all my reviews

I got this game from a friend a number of years ago and I still love it. I'd recommend it to anyone who has nothing to do on a dull day. Getting to dance with Jeff Goldbloom as Dracula is reason alone to get this game. The children interrupting you with pixely video clips can get a little obnoxious but the fact that it's so corny makes it very entertaining. It's an easy game once you get the hang of it and can be completed in basically one sitting. Having good observation skills will defiantly help you get a higher score. There are a lot of entertaining little puzzles and stuff that you will need to complete throughout the game. And there are other tasks that if you think about too hard you'll miss it completely.


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