#n64gm101 - Developed by Realtime Associates Seattle Division and Published by THQ Inc., "Rugrats: Scavenger Hunt" was released for the Nintendo 64 (N64) Entertainment System in June 29, 1999. This is a 3rd-Person Perspective 3D party board game based on the popular animated television series, Rugrats. The game features three distinct scavenger hunt type board game adventures where the objective is for you to help the Rugrats characters find specific missing items and piece them together to solve puzzles. The three hunts are "Angelica's Temple of Gloom" where you race to beat Angelica in finding the pieces of an Aztec statue. "The Pirate Treasure," where your Rugrats go scuba-diving underwater to locate buried treasure in order to win. The third is "The Reptar Rally," where the rug rats are changed into dinosaurs (resembling the form of Reptar), and search for candy from a place called Candy Island. Rugrats: Scavenger Hunt is multiplayer and up to four kids can play, with each player moves as many paces as they get on the spinner. Some of the tiles are special where you might be able to move further, get cookies or even lose cookies. Each of the Rugrat babies expend energy as they move and as any baby gets tired if they move around a lot. When that happens, they have to take a nap in order to regain their energy. Rugrats: Scavenger Hunt allows players to collect toy cards that open doors, or which can be used against friends to gain an advantage. The game is non-violent and suitable for ages 6-12. Rugrats: Scavenger Hunt is also known in some circles as Rugrats: Treasure Hunt. Pre-owned - Includes Game Only, no manual or instructions are included. Rarity Rating "C" - Rugrats: Scavenger Hunt game review by "Prince" NES Gamer.
- UPC: 785138301082
- Platform: Nintendo 64 Entertainment System (N64)
- Region: NTSC (N. America)
- Compatibility: Rumble Pak
- ESRB Rating: "E" for Everyone
- Genre: Party Game / Action
- Class: Licensed
- Condition: Pre-owned excellent condition
This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 08 March, 2014.