- Summary: The HorrorLand theme park has been a fixture of writer R.L. Stine's Goosebumps books since its first appearance in 1994's One Day at HorrorLand. Since then, "the scariest place on Earth" has been featured in numerous Goosebumps books, as well as a board game and a 1996 PC game. [GameSpot]
Positive: 0 out of 1
Mixed: 0 out of 1
Negative: 1 out of 1
Jun 27, 2011Goosebumps horrorland is not horribly scary oreven interesting, it is quite simply put; Horrible.
This game lives up to its name, and takesGoosebumps horrorland is not horribly scary oreven interesting, it is quite simply put; Horrible.
This game lives up to its name, and takes you to a whole new land of horible games, a land, where this mostrosity can actually be published.
With completely uninteresting minigames and a story that would make Tolkien cry, this game is not worth even the $7.50 advertised on this very webpage. The ending was so "Horrific" that I begged and pleaded God to let em go back in time and stop myelf from making this purhase, and spend it on another game.
Dont fear the reaper in this horror themepark, just fear the game disk.… Expand