Snack Machine - Scooby Doo Online Game

Scooby Doo Online Game
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In this Scooby Doo online game, help Scooby Doo get yummy Scooby Snacks from the vending machine.

This game trains concentration and logical reasoning.

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 Snack Machine Instructions

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

This Scooby game includes 40 levels of challenging puzzles. The Scooby Snacks vending machine contains various gears, cranks, levers, treadmills, and so on.

Your job is to click these mechanisms at the right moment and in the right sequence to delivery a Scooby Snack to Scooby's mouth!

HOW TO PLAY.  Get the Scooby Snacks into Scooby's mouth. Activate different mechanisms, such as gears, cranks, and treadmills, by clicking on them with the mouse. (Click an arrow at one end of the treadmill to change its direction.)

Collect the diamond-shaped SD "Scooby Doo" medals along the way for more points. Hit switches with a snack to unlock exits that are closed.

And whatever you do, watch out for the crunchers, shaped like two rollers. They destroy Scooby Snacks, which makes Scooby cry.

Go for the best time, and try to limit your clicks for higher scores. This Scooby Doo online game puzzler is lots of fun but very challenging, too.

Fun Facts About Scooby Snacks

Ever wondered what Scooby Snacks are and where they came from? Here are some random facts about Scooby Snacks from Wikipedia.com:

  • Scooby Snacks (also spelled Scooby Snax) are a treat for dogs that is so yummy that for one of them Scooby Doo can be convinced to do almost anything, including putting himself in scary situation. Shaggy also likes them.

  • Scooby Snacks are not a real food item. They were made up for the Scooby Doo cartoon series.

  • Shaggy invented the recipe for Scooby Snacks. According the recipe, revealed in Scooby Doo, the Mystery Begins, Scooby Snacks are made from sugar, flour, dog kibble to add texture, and other ingredients (caramel?).

  • In later episodes, Scooby Snacks are shown being made at a factory for mass consumption.

  • The producer of the Scooby Doo cartoon, William Hanna, had always thought that a Scooby Snack would taste like a caramel-flavored cookie.

As everyone knows, Scooby is in love with Scooby Snacks, and he would do anything to get one. Including playing a brain game like this Scooby Snack Machine - Scooby Doo Online Game, apparently!

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