When focusing on the main objectives, Casper is about 1 Hour in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 3 Hours to obtain 100% completion.
Casper features puzzle-based action challenges in 6 haunted stages which includes a final boss stage.
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Casper is a video game for Game Boy Color and is based on the film of the same name. It was developed by G3 Interactive and released in 2000. The version published by Interplay and developed by Funcom plays as a top-view action-adventure game with pre-rendered graphics. The game features an alternate rendition of the film’s plot (with some of its dark elements retained).
Spread across three acts, consisting of Casper finding tokens of friendship for Kat and Dr. Harvey, then finding the pieces for the Lazarus machine (which the Ghostly Trio had disassembled to prevent Casper from using it) and assembling it, and finally finding the Cellular Integrator with which to restore Harvey (which is stolen by Carrigan, leading to the final challenge).
While exploring the mansion, collecting jigsaw pieces to solve puzzles for morph icons, eating food for morph points and dealing with the Ghostly Trio. Unlike other versions, other than the Ghostly Trio and Carrigan, there are no enemies. The game instead focuses mainly on solving puzzles. Like in the Brainy Book, Casper and his uncles were reprised by their respective voice actors.
Whilst Kat and Dr. Harvey were voiced by Tanya Krievins and Blair Bess (again replacing Ricci and Pullman), with Bess providing narration for each act’s introduction as well as reading out several hint parchments found throughout the game. Carrigan’s voice actor remains uncredited (due to her appearing at the end and her only line being “I’ll take that!”).
North America: May 2000
Europe: November 03, 2000
Game Boy Color
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