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Scooby-Doo! Showdown in Ghost Town  (2000)
Genre: Adventure Players: Single-player
Scooby: Scott Innes Shaggy: Scott Innes
Fred: Frank Welker Daphne: Grey DeLisle
Velma: BJ Ward Scrappy: Scott Innes
PlatformRelease Date
DOSOctober 14, 2000 (North America)
MacintoshOctober 14, 2000 (North America)
Microsoft WindowsOctober 14, 2000 (North America)
Uncover the mystery of the Faceless Rider!Product InformationLos Burritos sounded like a great place to stop for a snack but Scooby and thegang soon learn that the town is haunted!Help the gang search for clues but brace yourself for challenging puzzles wildchases even an outrageous pie-throwing showdown.A dark-cloaked figure on horseback. Green glowing eyes. "Zoinks" It'sthe Faceless Rider!" Why is the phantom terrorizing Los Burritos?Join Scooby and the gang in the quest for clues to solve this spine-tinglingmystery!Discover the amazing truth behind the mystery of the Faceless Rider! The mystery changes each time you play!Product HighlightsBuilds thinking and problem-solving skills Research skills Deductive reasoning Logical analysisThe mystery changes each time you play New clues Different villain and outcome!Turn up the excitement and the challenge 3 Levels of difficulty Spooky - Easy Spookier - Medium Spooktacular! - Hard Kids can play independently Provides help when your child needs itProduct FeaturesAre there ghosts in Los BurritosJinkies! Who chained up the archaeologist? Is this the work of the FacelessRider?There's gold in these hills!Ask the old prospector where it's hidden.Dig up evidence and clues!Uncover artifacts. Piece together puzzles.Search for stolen treasure!Creep into secret passageways.Ready aim - pie fight at high noon!Earn Scooby snacks in a showdown with the Faceless Rider. These pies areScooby's favorite flavor!System Requirements Windows 95/98/Me or XP 166MHz MMX Pentium or higher 32MB of RAM 40MB free hard disk space 8X speed CD-ROM drive 16-bit color display set to 640x480 resolution 16-bit sound card compatibility Speakers Mouse.
  • Explore over 25 fully interactive areas.
  • Discover valuable clues that help solve the mystery—you receive up to 35 per game and 7 per suspect—but beware of the red herrings!
  • Solve puzzles and complete activities for game clues.
  • Enjoy cinematic, TV-like animations, movies and an original soundtrack.
  • Builds thinking and problem-solving skills.
  • Develops research skills, deductive reasoning, and logical analysis.
  • Kids can play independently with help provided when your child needs it.
TerraGlyph Interactive Studios, L.P.
The Learning Company
The Learning Company
Elizabeth Perrault (Producer)
Erik Zwerling (Producer)
Mimi Leinbach (Executive Producer)

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Heidi Behrendt (Producer)
Brett Skogen (Executive Producer)

TerraGlyph Interactive Studios
Mark Smith (Producer)
John F. Kelly (Assistant Producer)
Klaus Schuller
Edward Heidenreich (Original Music and Orchestration)
Mike Connelly (Lead Sound Design)
Stephen Geering (Additional Sound)
Edward Heidenreich (Additional Sound)
Curtis Marolt (Additional Sound)
Allen Helbig (Art Director)
Peter Tumminello (Art Director)
Katherine Tootelian (Lead Artist)
Mike Fritz (Background Artisst)
Joseph Szwajkowski (Background Artist)
Tony Sherman (2D Graphics)
Nick Munteen (2D Graphics)
Tamra L. Sherman (2D Graphics)
TerraGlyph Productions Limited[Dublin Ireland] (2D Animation)
James Bauer (2D Animation)
Mike "Thor" Fritz (2D Animation)
David Torronio (2D Animation)
Moro Studios SL[Madrid Spain] (2D Animation)
Fernando Moro (Studio Director Brownbag Studios Dublin Ireland) (2D Animation)
Jim Rodda (3D Animation)
Tony Sherman (Lead Designer)
Mark Smith (Additional Design)
Ryan Gwynne (Additional Design)
Todd Wong (Interface Designer)
Moore Design Group (Design Agency)
Steve Ellmore (Lead Programmer)
Robert W. Morgan III (Lead Programmer)
The Learning Company
Andrew Viloria (QA Supervisor)
Dan Mizuba (QA Manager)
Wilfred Albovias (QA Lead)
John Varela (QA lead)
Sarah Burlingame (QA Tester)
Sabrina Fahmi (QA Tester)
Michael Fraser (QA Tester)
Jennifer Kim (QA Tester)
Sean Sy (QA Tester)
Haw-Yuan Yu (QA Tester)
Emmeline Chen (Help Guide Writer)

TerraGlyph Interactive Studios
Dick Thorn (Creative Director)
Curtis Marolt (Dialog Mastering)
Mike Casso (Lead Tester)
Nick Muntean (Product Tester)
David Casso (Product Tester)
Andy Hanson (Product Tester)
Geoff Zailyk (Product Tester)
Michael Archuleta (Product Tester)
Donald Jobe (Product Tester)

Voice Cast
Collette Sunderman (Dialogue Director-HB)
Craig Cackowski (Sheriff Chuck D.Wagon-voice)
Richard Henzel (Gummy Bayer-voice)
Angela Shelton (Jenny Lariat-voice)
D.J. Howard (Professor Artie Fackt)
Chris Petschler (I.C. Doubler)
Klaus Schuller (Voice Over Direction)
Scooby-Doo Character Voices Recorded at:
Salami Studios[Audio Post; North Hollywood]
The Blackwell Communications Group Inc.[Baton Rouge LA]
TerraGlyph Studios[Schaumburg;IL]
Scooby-Doo Character Voices Engineered by:
Ed Collins (Salami Studios)
Jeff Blackwell (The Blackwell Communications Group)
Mike Connelly (TerraGlyph Studios)