How do we make a good game based on scooby doo?

Cooper Baker
Cooper Baker

How do we make a good game based on scooby doo?

Ryan Young
Ryan Young

Point n click adventure.

Kevin Smith
Kevin Smith

A simulator akin to The Oregon Trail, but instead of going to Oregon to start a new life, you're going there to see a concert.

Adrian Davis
Adrian Davis

Princess Trainer with Velma and Daphine

Brayden Hernandez
Brayden Hernandez

Velma belongs to Johnny Bravo.

Brody Richardson
Brody Richardson

There are already two point and click adventures on Sega Genesis.
Disregarding that The Learning Company has shat out dozens of Mystery Case File games.

Luis Murphy
Luis Murphy

I remember playing one for the PC that took place in a western setting. Pretty sure I got it bundled with one based on Arthur too. I had fun with it but I'm sure it wouldn't hold up.

Evan Phillips
Evan Phillips

Trap maker as Fred.

Hudson Taylor
Hudson Taylor

you play as different villains. cover your tracks of your misdeeds. intimidate, scare, charm, disinfo by framing other people or the scooby doo kids themselves, or kill the kids 1 by 1 without getting caught in various scenarios as they try to expose you.

played either in the style of maniac maniac mansion 2D or 3D depending on budget.

Adrian Gonzalez
Adrian Gonzalez

How do we make a good game based on scooby doo?

This, but longer.

Noah Gutierrez
Noah Gutierrez

Luigi's mansion mixed with neighbors from hell where you play as shaggy. You can choose to go with either Velma or Fred's plan beforehand to catch the monster. Velma's plans are practical but give you less points, while Fred's are more elaborate and net you more points. If you fuck up the trap, I dunno, you put rakes on the floor to beat the villain?

Chase Sullivan
Chase Sullivan

I thought Daphne and Fred both belonged to Velma. Fred is the bitch-boy bondage, denial, and cuckoldry fetishist, while Daphne is your standard slut who loves the degradation/humiliation, and abuse Velma gives her. Shaggy is just along for the ride, and to secure recreational substances from the local dealers for everyone, which they use as part of their fueled orgies. He suffers from extreme anxiety and paranoia, thus he's turned to weed to cope, and Scooby is his service dog. Also, Fred spends a lot of time watching Shaggy fuck Daphne.

Cooper Perez
Cooper Perez

A sentai, power rangeresque JRPG.
A turn based tactical stealth squad game.
A hero based esports FPS that is not overwatch but it's actually overwatch
A Carmen Sandiego type game with FMV style.
A VR + wagglan control game set in different dilapidated mansions as levels.
A zombie open world survival F2P FPS. With crafting.
A Night Trap inspired game but with the scooby doo gang.

Luke Harris
Luke Harris

Either more games like this one or this Think of it like Sly 2/3/4, almost. A decent sized map where you have to avoid the enemies while gathering the supplies and clues you need. Instead of a point system I would instead suggest different endings depending on the traps you make. Point systems are dead.

Jaxon Thompson
Jaxon Thompson

I don't know about the gamepley, but it should look just like the old cartoons with really nice textures and lighting. Like Rachet and Clank PS4 graphics.

Christian Green
Christian Green

A trap simulator

Jaxson Cruz
Jaxson Cruz

Was this the best Scooby Doo movie?

Austin Bell
Austin Bell

Yes but most of the others from that era came close.

Logan Davis
Logan Davis

Scooby is his service dog
Except the dog is more anxious than the owner, so it really doesn't work too well.

I always really liked Witch's Ghost, but by the time these movies came out I was already a teenager and watching cartoons was becoming "uncool", so I didn't see many.

Daniel Wilson
Daniel Wilson

I actually really liked that game. Wish there was more than two cases, though.

Camden Clark
Camden Clark

Just play a bad Scooby Doo game while high.

Christopher Ramirez
Christopher Ramirez

The better question is; will we ever have a normal Scooby Doo cartoon again with super catchy pop songs playing at every chase scene?

Bentley Allen
Bentley Allen

DUDE

Hudson Gonzalez
Hudson Gonzalez

The good news is… Yes. The bad news is that it'll be either a YouTube Red, Netflix, or Amazon Prime original series.

Jayden Howard
Jayden Howard

They already did, user.
well, it's not actually THAT good, but…

Hudson Stewart
Hudson Stewart

Yes. The bad news is that it'll be either a YouTube Red, Netflix, or Amazon Prime original series.
Unfortunately it's just a sign of the times. Traditional TV is dead. It was crippled when the FCC killed NTSC and streaming services jumping to sell people streaming boxes with monthly fees is what did the finishing blow.

When I listen to these songs, I just think of sitting in a living room, late at night, staring at a CRT, watching all those old Hannah Barberra cartoons, Rankin Bass, the like. All over the airwaves. It's fucking over, kids will never experience the same thing. Proof government intervention in a free market will always be shit. If the FCC never killed NTSC back in 2009 maybe things would be different today

Adam Mitchell
Adam Mitchell

tfw Mystery INC based game never ever

Brayden Smith
Brayden Smith

Reminder that Batman The Brave and The Bold has been resurrected for a crossover with scooby doo.
Reminder that scooby doo has had not one, but two(2) crossovers with WWE.

Gabriel Diaz
Gabriel Diaz

Mystery Inc was shit. they tried to give the characters personality,which is great, but the writing on everyone was pure garbage. If they had decent writing maybe it would be less shit

Parker Williams
Parker Williams

It was called something like Scooby-Doo in Ghosttown, right?

Alexander Gonzalez
Alexander Gonzalez

A randomly generated point and click adventure where you have to figure out who the bad guy is.

Since it's randomly generated it could be any of the npc's with a various motives and whatnot.

Isaiah Hernandez
Isaiah Hernandez

The Learning Company one's already do this.

Matthew James
Matthew James

This one:

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