Mystery Fun House

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Mystery Fun House is the seventh entry in the original Scott Adams adventure series. The events of the game take place at an amusement park. The first puzzle involves figuring out how to get in past the turnstiles. Once inside, the player must solve the mystery of the place, going through a house of mirrors and so forth. Like the others in the series, the game is a text adventure with a rather basic two-word command parser. The Japanese computer versions feature graphics in addition to the text input.


Mystery Fun House Atari 8-bit Starting the game
Mystery Fun House Commodore 64 Well, if nobody wants the money, I'll take it
Mystery Fun House PC-88 The moral of this story is: don't steal stuff in the fun house or you'll end up on crutches
Mystery Fun House PC-88 Start of the game, outside the fun house

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  • "Funhouse Mystery" -- Japanese title

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The owner of a real-life amusement park called Mystery Fun House (it used to be in Orlando, Florida) was not at all pleased with Scott using that name for one of his adventures. This one was never changed, though. You can learn about the original amusement park in this tribute page in Facebook.

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