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ZOOM Goosebumps:
Escape from Horrorland
Sold Out (Win95/98/Me/XP) (Jewel Case) (GOOSEBMPPJ)

Discontinued


See also Goosebumps: Attack of the Mutants

DreamWorks Interactive/Microsoft

Game

Kids to Adults

A Scary Goosebumps Adventure.
Play If You Dare.

The spooky sequel to R.L. Stine's most popular book, One Day at Horrorland.

Don't just read about it - live your own scary adventure. Once again, Lizzy, Luke and Clay are trapped in the scariest theme park of all time - Horrorland. How can they escape? That's for you to discover, because now, you're right there with them, and it's up to you to rescue them. Escape from monsters like the Werewolf, Dracula and the Horrors of HorrorLand; gather clues and solve puzzles to free your friends from one of the creepiest places on earth. Enter if you dare.

Easy-to-use inventory pouch

Fantastic photo-realistic environments

9 level arcade style game

Challenging puzzles

Stunning array of monsters, villains and creepy places

Star performances by Jeff Goldblum and Isabella Rosellini

Requirements:

Windows 95/98/Me/XP. Pentium 60 MHz, 8 MB RAM, 2x speed CD-ROM drive, 640x480 SuperVGA monitor, PCI IMB video card with 256 colors, Windows compatible sound card and speakers, Microsoft compatible mouse, 10 MB hard disk space.

Tested OK on Windows XP.

Reviews:

Quandary Computer Reviews by Rosemary Young

"I have to begin this review by admitting that I have read one (well maybe several) of the Goosebumps books by R.L. Stine. They've been hard to avoid when a good percentage of my younger acquaintances are avid readers of this series and have had no qualms about sharing their passion with others. In Australia, at least, the Goosebumps books have captured the imagination of the young and consequently they sell like hot cakes. For this reason I was concerned that Escape from HorrorLand might not live up to expectations."

"I needn't have worried. It's an entertaining game with a varied tempo combining fast paced action and leisurely exploration and puzzle solving. It adeptly captures the spine tingling essence of the printed word as it takes the player along on a suitably scary adventure in HorrorLand, complete with darkened sewers, haunted graveyard, flesh eating plants, vampires, and a host of other nightmarish creatures."

"This is a wonderful game for fans of Goosebumps or for young players who like to be scared out of their wits. There is a lot to explore with a good assortment of entertaining puzzles to solve and kids might well want to play it again and again to improve their score and ensure a few more sleepless nights. Both the graphics and the acting are delightful and guaranteed to grab young players and pull them straight into this hair-raising adventure. The sound effects, too, are exceptional, contributing greatly to the ominous atmosphere though I was disappointed that the dialogue is not subtitled."

Just Adventure by Randy Sluganski

"Horrorland is an excellent adventure game for that 8- to 13-year-old crowd that thrives on the likes of the R.L. Stine tomes and Nickelodeon's Are You Afraid of the Dark (which was also made into an excellent adventure game). It is an unpretentious romp through a fictional amusement park that contains some genuinely spooky, but not scary, scenes. You play as Lucy, and your siblings, Luke and Clay, have been clutched by the evil tentacles of the Horrorland Theme Park. It now falls upon your shoulders to save your family from their unknown, but sure to be terrible, fate. Of course all of this transpires at night ... during a full moon ... as wolves howl in the background. I would expect nothing less."



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