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Description

Detective Barbie: The Mystery Of The Carnival Caper! is a point and click adventure aimed at girls aged five and up. The story is centred on a charity carnival. Ken went to the carnival and everyone said it would be a good idea if he volunteered for the magicians vanishing trick. Well the trick worked but the magician could not bring Ken back. What's more Ken had all the carnival money with him!

Everyone's looking for Ken but no-one has a clue. Enter Detective Barbie in her first big case.

The game's features include
  • over 25 locations within the carnival
  • a database of over 50,000 names
  • clues and suspects change every time the game is played
  • carnival rides that Barbie can go on
The entire game is controlled via the mouse. To move Barbie the mouse must be dragged to the edges of the screen at which point the cursor turns into a big pink arrow.


Screenshots

Detective Barbie: The Mystery Of The Carnival Caper! Windows The game documentation has this listed as a feature. The game 'knows' 50,000 names. Type it in and click on the speaker icon to hear the name spoken. I looked but Moby wasn't there
Detective Barbie: The Mystery Of The Carnival Caper! Windows With our name entered we now enter a cut scene. ken is missing, its our first big case
Detective Barbie: The Mystery Of The Carnival Caper! Windows An in game mini game. Ride the jet ski around and around jumping over the ramps
Detective Barbie: The Mystery Of The Carnival Caper! Windows Another clue found.

Alternate Titles

  • "Detective Barbie: en el Misterio del Bromista del Carnaval" -- Spanish title
  • "Detective Barbie en el Misterio del Bromista del Carnaval" -- Spanish title

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SuperKids 1998 3.8 out of 5 76

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piltdown_man (112101) added Detective Barbie: The Mystery Of The Carnival Caper! (Windows) on Apr 28, 2011