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Detective Barbie Computer Game

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Detective Barbie Computer Games

We all like a good mystery and there are no better mystery games online for you to play detective with and get to the bottom of what's going on. From the foggy docks of Victorian London, mystery islands, ancient legends of pirates, the trenches of World War I to abandoned mansions and ghostly sightings we have some of the very best mystery games online for you to enjoy.

Some of these games are quite complex and beautifully rendered and will require all of your detective skills to solve.

In addition to these mystery games we also have other detective and scene of crime games for you to play online.


Island Mystery Game

Discover the secret of why your grandfather lost his life so mysteriously on a remote island.
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Mortlake Mansion

Uncover the magical secret of and old abandoned property in this beautifully rendered detective game.
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The Miller Estate

Undertake an investigation into a series of strange disappearance events in New England.
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Pirate Mystery

Solve the mystery of the sea captain who lost his wife and was then found dead on the shore!
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Missing Person

Use your detective skills to unravel the mystery of a missing person in this investigation game.
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Spy Game

You are an undercover field operative in World War I attempting to investigate missing scientists.
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Carnival Mystery

Use your detective skills to solve the carnival mystery in a final and deadly confrontation with its owner.
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Serial Killer Game

Try and find a serial killer before he strikes again in an old building inhabited by unfortunate down and outs.
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Easter Island Mystery

Use your detective skills to solve the case the a child who has disappeared on Easter Island.
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Mattel Interactive
Subsidiary
IndustryVideo games
FateSplit Up
SuccessorUbisoft
Riverdeep Interactive Learning
FoundedFebruary 12, 1996; 24 years ago
Defunct2001; 19 years ago
ParentMattel (1995-2000)
Gores Technology Group (2000-2001)
DivisionsBarbie Software for Girls
SubsidiariesThe Learning Company
Mindscape
Red Orb Entertainment

Mattel Interactive (Known as Mattel Media until 1999) was a video game publisher and software distributor.

History[edit]

Mattel originally founded the company as Mattel Media in February 1996, as an aim to expand into the multimedia unit by producing CD-ROM titles based on Mattel franchises like Hot Wheels, Barbie, Fisher-Price and Polly Pocket.[1] The company's first releases came out in the Fall of 1996, with the company's Barbie Fashion Designer program was the first commercially successful video game made for girls. [2][3]

With the success of their first wave of products, Mattel Media then set on producing CD-ROM based interactive material for toys such as the Talk with Me! Barbie.[4]

Mattel Media later expanded to Video Games soon after, publishing titles like Hot Wheels Stunt Track Driver.

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In the fall of 1998, Mattel agreed to acquire The Learning Company in a stock-for-stock merger valuing the company at approximately $4.2 billion.[5] With the merger, Mattel themselves laid off 3000 employees

Mattel sold both Mattel Interactive and The Learning Company in 2000 at a loss to Gores Technology group. The total financial losses to Mattel have been estimated to be as high as $3.6 billion.[6] Mattel's acquisition of The Learning Company has been referred to as 'one of the worst acquisitions of all time' by several prominent business journals.[6][7]

In February 2001, Mattel signed a publishing and distribution deal with THQ for the Hot Wheels and Matchbox licenses, and Vivendi Universal Interactive Publishing for other major licenses including Diva Starz, Fisher-Price and Barbie.

In 2000, the ex-Learning Company and Mattel assets acquired by Gores were split up into three divisions - GAME Studios for Video Games, The Learning Company for Educational Software and Broderbund for Home Software. GAME Studios' was sold to Ubi Soft in March 2001, taking all of the gaming assets formerly held by The Learning Company[8]. The Learning Company itself was acquired by Riverdeep Interactive Learning Limited in September 2001 and later acquired all of Broderbund in August 2002.

List of games[edit]

  • Barbie Fashion Designer (1996)
  • Magic Fairy Tales: Barbie as Rapunzel (1997)
  • Clueless CD-ROM (1997)
  • Barbie Magic Hair Styler (1997)
  • Hot Wheels Stunt Track Driver (1998)
  • Detective Barbie In the Mystery of the Carnival Caper! (1998)
  • My Interactive Pooh (1998)
  • Nickelodeon BrainBender (1999)
  • Barbie Race and Ride (1999)
  • Barbie Super Sports (1999)
  • Detective Barbie 2: The Vacation Mystery (1999)
  • The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland (1999)
  • Create and Draw in Elmo's World (1999)
  • Sesame Street Music Maker (1999)
  • Generation Girl: Gotta Groove (1999)
  • Pokémon Project Studio (1999, Branded under The Learning Company in the US, and Mattel Interactive in Europe)
  • Tyco RC: Assault with a Battery (2000)
  • Uno (2000)
  • Prince of Persia: Arabian Nights (2000)
  • Rugrats in Paris: The Movie (2000)
  • Totally Angelica: Boredom Busters! (2000)
  • Detective Barbie: The Mystery Cruise (2000)
  • Matchbox Construction Zone (2000)
  • Rat Attack (2000, published by Mindscape, N64 version distributed by Mattel Interactive in Europe)
  • Elmo's Deep Sea Adventure (2000)
  • Barbie: Magic Genie Adventure (2000)
  • Panzer General III: Scorched Earth (2000)
  • Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots Arena (2000)
  • Championship Surfer (2000)
  • The Wild Thornberrys: Rambler (2000)
  • Max Steel: Covert Missions (2001)

Sources[edit]

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  1. ^https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1996-02-09-fi-34047-story.html
  2. ^Dickey, Michele D. (September 1, 2006). 'Girl gamers: the controversy of girl games and the relevance of female-oriented game design for instructional design'. British Journal of Educational Technology. 37 (5): 785–793. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8535.2006.00561.x. ISSN1467-8535.
  3. ^Cassell, Justine; Jenkins, Henry (1998). From Barbie to Mortal Kombat: Gender and Computer Games. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press. ISBN9780262032582. OCLC42328580.
  4. ^https://www.wired.com/1997/02/mattels-new-barbie-talks-and-learns/
  5. ^'Profile: Mattel Interactive'. IGN Games Newsletter. Retrieved 2 September 2014.
  6. ^ abCave, Andrew (September 30, 2000). 'Mattel sale ends $3.6bn fiasco'. The Daily Telegraph. London. Retrieved October 11, 2015.
  7. ^Rosenbush, Steve (October 4, 2007). 'When Big Deals Go Bad—and Why'. Bloomberg. Retrieved October 11, 2015.
  8. ^Judson, Peter (March 7, 2001). 'UbiSoft Aquires {sic} Entertainment Division of the Learning Company'. Neoseeker. Retrieved January 16, 2013.

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