Friday 8 February 2013

Scooby-Doo! Monster Mall Game

Scooby-Doo! Monster Mall Board Game
I'd like to start this post by stating that I am a serious gamer, honest. But I'm also a father and occasionally I have to play games that wouldn't normally recommend themselves to me. This game (ages 6+) is definitely one of those games. I have to grudgingly admit it was fun to play but that might have more to do with my opponent than the game itself. . 

My youngest daughter (the new Padawan Learner now that my eldest has grown into a Jedi) got this for her birthday and needed a willing opponent, preferably one that would let her win (she's not daft you know). The game is basically a supermarket trolley dash where each of the Mystery Incorporated team need to find four items while being chased by monsters. That pretty much sums up the game and the rules. 

Published by Paul Lamond Games Ltd in 2010 this is firmly marketed at very young players (hence the target suggested age range) with very simplistic rules and card stock counters. It also comes with two coloured dice and a fold out game board. 


  1. That's it!!! your banned from the Rejects!

  2. LoL...Its got dice in it...can't resist rolling dice...

  3. Looks like a must buy for my brood - thanks (I think!).

  4. So 100 days Napoleonic trolly dash or Barbaross trolly dash?
    What does the Osprey say about Freddie's scarf colour?
    Will the Perrys be making a Scooby Do figure in the near future and if so will it be plastic or metal?
    If Velma has two items one of which Daphne needs, what is Daphne's best strategy?
    Is there a points system?

  5. Don't pay attention to those bullies, as long as you had fun, that's what counts.

  6. I recently bought this game but no instructions inside. Do you remember how the game worked?

    1. Mats.armando.nilsson@gmail.com23 June 2018 at 10:55

      Hi, did you find any instructions? Im in the same position. Cant fint any rules anywhere :(


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