Scooby Doo - The Creepy Castle

Scooby Doo Creepy Castle
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Guide Scooby Doo through this series of interactive action and logic-based puzzles.

Rescue the gang from the Creepy Castle!

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

Scooby Doo Creepy Castle Instructions

This game trains visual perception and concentration. Games like this one are not only fun, but they also help keep your brain sharp.

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

HOW TO PLAY. A ghost has trapped the gang inside the creepy castle. Shaggy decides to wait in the Mystery Machine, so Scooby, it's up to you to save everyone!

You have three tries to find the gang. You lose if Scooby's Fright Factor gets too high. So look for Scooby Snacks to help keep it low.

As Scooby walks through the castle, click on objects to place them in your inventory. Click on the doors to open or close them.

Use the objects you find to keep away the ghosts. For example, you can seal a door shut by dragging a plank on it.

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