Scooby-Doo: Night of 100 Frights (2002)

Video Game  |  20 May 2002 (USA)
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Play as scooby solving the mystery of professor alexander graham's disapearence.Battle scooby's old foes sutch as the black knight,green ghost,the ghost of redbeard and mutch more discover ... See full summary »

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Scooby-Doo / Shaggy (voice)
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Play as scooby solving the mystery of professor alexander graham's disapearence.Battle scooby's old foes sutch as the black knight,green ghost,the ghost of redbeard and mutch more discover the professors inventions to get through obsticles and destroy monsters,enter the mansion,fishing dock and hedge maze find keys and secret pasages too.And oh no your friends have been kidnapped too by the evil mastermind "zoinks"

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Should you happen to play on the fourth of July, fireworks appear in the Mystery Machine part one stage and Mystic Manor's chimney stacks puff out red, white, and blue smoke. See more »

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Frank Welker's name is incorrectly listed in the end credits as Fred Walker. See more »

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The closing credits are played over a 3-D animated recreation of a famous scene from the original series taking place in a hallway with Scooby and the gang running in and out of doors while being chased by various ghosts and ghouls. See more »

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Fun for any Scooby Doo fan
2 August 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Scooby Doo: Night of 100 Frights is a very good, fun game, something that any fan of Scooby Doo(count me as one) will like. There are a few instances where the graphics are a little too dark and robotic and some of the commands take time to act upon. However, most of the graphics are colourful with some nice atmospheric dark colours, and the haunted house setting, a familiar setting for Scooby Doo, is a perfect one. The music is nicely composed and has parts that you will remember, of course you'll have to decide for yourself as to whether that's a good thing or not. The dialogue takes a simple tone without being too childish and is easy to understand, any Scooby Doo fan will appreciate the efforts to make it true to the writing style of what we are used to hearing with Scooby Doo. The story again is simple and very Scooby Doo, it makes great use of the setting and is engrossing. The game-play, which serves the story very well though with its slow and robotic moments, is a large part of the fun too, the tasks are inventive with some familiar characters and references that are great to spot and it's not too heavy and challenging or simplistic. The characters are hugely engaging, only the scarecrows weren't quite so much, and the voice acting from all involved is very good, Mystery Inc are all voiced with enthusiasm and a great dynamic and while Tim Curry has done better voice overs he still throws himself wonderfully into a suave, commanding yet menacing character he's perfect for. In conclusion, good fun if not quite as good as the rating here at the moment. Scooby Doo fans and fans of video games will find much to like. 8/10 Bethany Cox


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