Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Scooby-Doo! First Frights

Scooby-Doo! First Frights game for pc full version is the latest Scooby-Doo game. It is developed by Torus Games. First Frights was published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, and released on September 22, 2009.[1] The game tied in with the release of Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins on DVD. This is the fourth Scooby-Doo game to use a laugh track.

The game begins with the Mystery, Inc. gang at their "incorporation" (really just a small house in a swamp, as seen in Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed). Velma arrives with a newspaper, announcing to the gang that there will be a food festival at Keystone Castle. Scooby and Shaggy like the idea of going, but Daphne reminds them that they promised to help her cousin Anna at the St. Louis High School Musical. Scooby and Shaggy want to help her, but they plan to get it done quickly so they can go to the food festival. The game divides in to four episodes from here
Episode 1

Anna is working on the musical with the drama teacher: Ms. Hillkin. As Anna works on her lines for the talent show, Ms. Hillkin mysteriously vanishes. Her disappearance is partially due to The Phantom of the high school musical. Laughing maniacally, he attacks Anna and scares her. She barely escapes. The gang then head to the high school. Episode 1 serves as a tutorial, guiding the player through the mechanics of the game
Level 1

Scooby and Shaggy make their way towards the cafeteria and are informed by Anna that there is a Phantom trying to ruin the musical. Anna tells them where the cafeteria is, so that they can "fuel up" to help Anna in the contest. When they reach the roof, Scooby crawls through a vent leading to the cafeteria, leaving Shaggy deserted. Later, Fred and Velma are looking for clues. They come upon a baseball field, but the lights are off. With quick use of her technological know-how, Velma turns on the lights. They gather clues and find the Phantom's glove on the field. Then the school football coach, Coach Hayes, runs by and tells of a way to get in the school and suggests talking with Ms. Hillkin, seeing as she disappears every time the Phantom is around. After the coach leaves, many skeletons attack them. They make their way to the locked door of the school. On the roof above, Daphne shimmies on a pole and meets up with Scooby at the end of the vent he went through to find food. They make their way in the school, facing off against some musketeer ghosts and six witches so they can open the door for the gang to look for clues inside

Scooby and Shaggy are chased by the Phantom and narrowly escape, avoiding skeletons, electrified floors, pitfalls and falling lockers as they run through the hallways
Level 2

Fred and Daphne go searching for clues in the library, finding a coach's whistle in the library, suggesting the identity of the culprit. They go to the theater and talk to Ms. Hillkin. The Phantom is heard and Ms. Hillkin mysteriously disappears yet again. Daphne recalls that Ms. Hillkin was a famous actress at one point, having won a "Golden Square" award. Fighting past musketeer ghosts and a headless ghost of Shakespeare, Mystery Inc. makes their way to the stage, ready to stop the Phantom

Fred and Velma face the Phantom, who sings through the whole first portion of the fight. In Stage 1 of the fight, Velma must hack two controls to shut off the lights and coax the Phantom off of his perch. During Stage 2, the Phantom flies around with the help of 4 skeletons that are holding him up. The skeletons must be knocked down to commence Stage 3 of the fight. With his flying ability stopped, the Phantom makes one final stand, as he fights Velma and Freddy. After being beaten, he is pinned underneath a pile of loose lighting fixtures. He is unmasked and is revealed to be Coach Hayes. His star player was in the show, which was on the week of the big game, so he tried to get the show sabotaged to get his star player back
Episode 2

Pete Smithers, a fairground security guard, is busy making his rounds in a local amusement park when he is attacked by a giant Toy Robot! Frightened, he naturally runs away

System Requirements:
Windows Vista/XP/7
Pentium 4 2.0MHz processor or faster.
4GB free hard disk space
8X CD-ROM drive
DirectX version 9.0 and compatible video card


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