Scooby Doo’s Spooky Games DVD Review
Just before we left for our holiday the other week, a package arrived just as we were loading the car. It was perfect timing as it contained Scooby-Doo! Spooky Games, sent to us by the lovely people at Warner Bros. I say excellent timing because it was opened and put straight into the DVD player in the car ready for our 3 hour drive. Watching DVDs in the car is
the only way we can get any peace a great way of keeping the children entertained (I won’t go into how I killed the portable DVD player at Chester Zoo here but needless to say I’m devastated). As a child I remember loving Scooby-Doo and so I think I was more excited about the kids when I introduced them to it
Scooby-Doo and the gang are off to compete in the World Invitational Games in this all new 23 minute episode. Who would have thought that Shaggy could be selected as an athlete but it appears all those years of running away from monsters has been excellent training! Of course as in all Scooby adventures, things start going a little spooky when a 1000 year old statue comes to life and threatens to ruin the entire event! Will Scooby and the gang solve the mystery?
The mystery solving technology may have improved (police with taser’s and computers!) since I last saw an episode and the graphics may be a bit better but it’s still the same old Scooby and gang which I love
Included on the DVD is Scooby’s All Star Laff-A-Lympics!, here Scooby is joined by some very familiar Hanna-Barbera characters as three teams compete is some rather bizarre events such as bull-fighting (with a difference), leprechaun hunting and roller-skating. It even guest stars Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble! This was a serious trip down memory lane for me, I think I recognised almost all of the characters such as Dick Dastardly and Yogi Bear.
Scooby-Doo! Spooky Games can be bought in all the usual places, I’ve included a link to it on Amazon below. It’s rated PG and it’s definitely one to introduce to your kids (purely so you can watch it too!).
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