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Goosebumps: Escape from Horrorland is the interactive sequel to R.L. Stine's kids' horror novel, One Day at Horrorland. You and Lizzy, her brother Luke, and his friend Clay are once again trapped in Horrorland, a sinister, scary "theme park." When Luke and Clay are captured, you and Lizzy must find them and escape from the park with your lives. However, you must go up against a mummy, a werewolf, Dracula, and many more monsters in order to escape.


Goosebumps Escape from Horrorland Windows Oh oh, I smell trouble.
Goosebumps Escape from Horrorland Windows The main square is full of intriguing buildings.
Goosebumps Escape from Horrorland Windows Insides of the houses are also very impressive.
Goosebumps Escape from Horrorland Windows The title of the game is presented as a ticket...

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Coming Soon Magazine Mar, 1997 87 out of 100 87
Game.EXE Apr, 1997 85 out of 100 85
Quandary Jan, 1997 4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars4 Stars 80
CD-Action Jun, 1997 8 out of 10 80
Power Unlimited May, 1997 71 out of 100 71
Reset Aug, 1997 6 out of 10 60
Just Adventure 2000 C 50


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  • Cheats for Escape from Horrorland (on
  • Electronic Press Kit (An EPK about Escape from Horrorland from Dreamworks Interactive on the Internet Archive. The press kit includes a news report about the game's development and the Goosebumps phenomena followed by an extended "Making of" segment, which draws from interviews with a number of those involved with the production of the game, including Dreamworks co-founder Steven Spielberg and Executive Producer John Skeel.)
  • Escape from Horrorland Walkthrough (by Marisa and Mark Davis)
Zack Green (1186) added Goosebumps Escape from Horrorland (Windows) on May 08, 2004