Scooby Doo Velma Vision - Free Brain Game

Scooby Doo Velma Vision
Play:  Small | Medium | Large

Scooby Doo - Velma Vision trains mental processing speed and visual attention.

You get a few seconds to look at the face of a criminal in Velma's memory. Then you recreate the face for the police sketch artist for points.

To begin, click the Small, Medium, or Large link under the picture at left. This opens the game in a pop-up window.

Velma Vision Instructions

To begin playing, click the white rectangle in the lower right of the game screen. The letters in the rectangle spell out "Click to Start Game" if you read them top to bottom.

If you like this game, you might also enjoy the other Scooby Doo Games online on my site.

HOW TO PLAY.  The game starts with Velma sitting at the desk of a police sketch artist. The artist's job is to draw the face of a criminal that Velma has seen recently.

Before the artist can do that, Velma (you) has to describe what the criminal's face looks like.

To move along in the game, read the onscreen instructions in each word bubble. Click the "CONTINUE" button at the bottom of a bubble to go to the next bubble.

You get about five seconds during Velma's flashback to memorize the criminals face. Then it's time to sketch.

On the sketch screen, click the facial feature (Eyes, Nose, Mouth, Hair, Facial Hair, Ears) that you remember. To see all the options for each feature, make sure to scroll up and down through the entire list.

When done sketching, click the "submit drawing" link.

If the sketch doesn't match the criminal's face, you get a few more chances to get it right. Then you try to pick the criminal out of a lineup.

Pick out the right criminal to get points. Try to send as many crooks to jail as you can!

Game distributed by ht83.com. Used with Permission.

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