Scooby-Doo and the Cyber Chase

Synopsis: When Scooby and the gang visit a scientist at a university to check out the game he created about them, they get trapped in the game itself and have to play the game to get out of it once and for all, while they face an enemy known as the 'Phantom Virus'.
Director(s): Jim Stenstrum
  2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
74 min

You can show the demo,

but don't start the game!

Yes, sir.

Like, check it out! We're digital!

Yeah! Digital!

We used the game to extrapolate

3- D data into quantum particles.

- Of course, it's so simple!

- It is?

He used the Scooby game as the location in

cyberspace to store physical objects.

- And you're sure the virus came from the game?

- Unfortunately, yes.

There's no virus in my baseball game,

and it's more entertaining.

Batter up!

Strike one!

- Now, this is a game you can get into.

- That's really cool, Bill.

- I'm a huge baseball fan myself.

- You have good taste, Fred.

- I think it's the greatest sport in the world.

- Baseball's okay...

- ... but it doesn't have Scooby and me in it.

- That's right!

The Scooby game has 10 levels.

You battle monsters or villains...

...while trying to find

Scooby Snacks on each level.

Oh, boy! Scooby Snacks!

Okay, Professor.

Now, check out the monitor.

- Cool!

- Jinkies!

I wouldn't believe it

if I didn't see it with my own eyes!

Like, I don't believe it either.

We didn't even get one Scooby Snack.

Eric and Bill are sure to win

the $250,000 grand prize...

- ... at the international science fair.

- Wow, that's some prize.

It'll be a reward for their talent

and hard work on the laser project.

We couldn't have done it without you, prof.

Kaufman. You should share the reward too.

No, no. As a teacher,

being able to guide young minds... their full potential

is reward enough, Eric.

Speaking of rewards, is it possible to get

the Scooby Snacks out of the game?

- Groovy!

- Oh, boy!

- Hey, that's mine!

- No, mine!


Is that the way the virus

came out of the game, Eric?

Yeah. It was pretty scary.

If it's just a computer virus,

what harm can it do in our world?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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