For those unfamiliar with the game, it’s a series of adventure games with a quirky, cartoon-like aesthetic. The SNES version of Scooby-Doo is no different, though it is a bit different than the original game. Instead of the usual point-and-click adventure, this game is more of a platformer. This genre was very rare on 16-bit systems, but it worked wonderfully with Scooby-Doo.
The game was developed by Acclaim Entertainment and Sunsoft, and released for the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo in 1995. Both versions are based on the same storyline, although the SNES version has four playable episodes, while the Genesis version only has two. While the Genesis version is more faithful to the original cartoon, the SNES version is more accurate to the source material and features hidden mini-game bonus levels.