Goosebumps: The Game

Goosebumps: The Game

The walk home from school today is going to be a lot spookier than usual, your sleepy neighborhoods been overrun by monsters

The walk home from school today is going to be a lot spookier than usual, your sleepy neighborhoods been overrun by monsters

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Review game Goosebumps: The Game, The walk home from school today is going to be a lot spookier than usual, your sleepy neighborhoods been overrun by monsters

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Review of Goosebumps: The Game Today, the walk home from school will be a lot more scary than usual. Monsters have taken over your quiet neighbourhood. There are werewolves in the trees, gnomes on the ground, and scarecrows walking at midnight. But these aren’t just any monsters—they’re R.L.

  • WayForward made it.
  • The Nintendo Switch was used to play.
  • Completeness: 100%
  • It took 6 hours.
  • Goosebumps fans should read this!

POV: If you’re me, you know that Halloween is less than three months away, but it’s way too early to start getting scary. Summer hasn’t even started yet! So, no Halloween candy, no decorating, no cuddling up under a blanket to watch a scary movie… So what’s the best thing after that? Going back to a book series that helped me become the scary pumpkin witch I am now The chills!

But did you know that there is also a Goosebumps game? Goosebumps: The Game was first made for the Nintendo 3DS in 2015 to go along with the Goosebumps movie. Later, the game was moved to the Nintendo Switch in time for the Goosebumps 2 movie.

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Listen, I don’t know about you, but I thought those films were great. In a way that makes you think, “Oh my god, this is awful, but it’s also so nostalgic.” It just so happens that’s the exact mindset you need to play Goosebumps: The Game. I will tell you why:

Goosebumps: It takes you back to the 1990s.

Goosebumps: The Game is a nice treat for people who liked the books… But it’s not a game that you should take too seriously. Instead, it’s funny and lighthearted, and it makes you remember what it was like to be a kid while cramming as many monsters from the books as possible into it.

Me: “Mum, the house is full of ghosts; a werewolf is staring at me, and I think the walls are closing in.”

“Don’t worry, honey. Dinner is in the fridge.”

In Goosebumps: The Game, you play as a character in their early teens or late childhood. When they get home from school, they find that their house has been turned into a scary ghost house. Your family can’t be found anywhere, and your cell phone, which gives you clues in the game, is almost out of juice. Soon, the fear spreads to other parts of the town, and evil monsters appear everywhere, ready to do horrible things to you and the other people there. The game ends with Slappy the Dummy from Night of the Living Dummy, who is the most famous figure from Goosebumps.

Even though it’s been 18 years, that book still gives me the chills.

Your life has been turned upside down, and most of your pleas for help have gone unheard, so it’s up to you to save the day.

An old-school Halloween point-and-click game

This is a basic point-and-click adventure game. We chose to include it on The Escape Roomer because you have to solve so many problems. If you’ve ever played a game in this genre, you’ll know what we mean.

You start at your high school, and as you click through to different places around the world, your map grows. You can, of course, go back over your steps as many times as you want. In fact, you probably will have to if you don’t find all the secret things. Even the strangest things I picked up and put in my backpack turned out to be useful at some point in the game. The fake dinosaur? Yes, you should hang on to it!

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Even though it likely isn’t, Goosebumps The game has a big feel to it. There’s a lot to find out about. At least the first four hours of the game were spent with me just walking around and dying a lot. This was a mistake because my cell phone was my main source of help, and the power was slowly dying. After a few hours, I couldn’t find any more hints. Oops!

At some point, though, it becomes clear that your goal is to figure out what the heck is going on and stop it. This is easier to say than to do, but by the time you figure it out, your backpack will be full of strange things to help you.

Who do you think you are, dummy?

I have no idea; I did use online walkthroughs quite a bit and found I’d missed a lot at the beginning, but the beauty of this game is that most puzzles can be solved in more than one way, so you’re rarely stuck.

Those who don’t want to look for signs on their phones or Google a walkthrough should be ready for a lot of trial and error. This game, on the other hand, was a lot of fun, which is not the case with many other games in this genre. You really don’t know how to use something until you try it. I died a lot until I found something that worked. It’s kind of a “wow, I had no idea I could use that plastic dinosaur in that way” moment. But I never got bored because, at the end of the day, you can always go somewhere else and come back with a new point of view.

The end result

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that I liked this game, and I’m pretty sure that if I made a game, I’d want it to be like this. It has everything a person could ever want: mystery, puzzles, a feel of Halloween… Suppose you’re like me and all you want are those three things.

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It was also nice to see that the game was available on the Nintendo Switch. The people who made the game did a good job, as the joycons rumbled tensely along with the game, and shortcuts on the keypad got rid of the mouse-clicking feature that PC players probably liked.

I think that if you’re 25 and you watch Goosebumps again, you shouldn’t take it too seriously and try to remember what it was like to be a kid. It’s a nice game, even if it’s a bit obvious, and it put me right back where I wanted to be.

 

 

 

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