A former UI artist has created an amazing rendition of what Scooby-Doo would look like as the leader of a SuperMassive horror game like The Quarry.
A stunning work of art reimagined scooby-doo as The career next big horror project from developer Supermassive Games. Despite being a childhood icon for many generations, Scooby-Doo and his friends still manage to find themselves in much more mature horror situations, thanks to some insidious and creative fans. Due to the desire to see Mystery Inc. face more perilous encounters, fans even believe a Scooby-Doo crossover with Dead in broad daylightThe murderous experience of could possibly happen.
Like Supermassive’s 2015 interactive horror game Until dawn, The career lets players control a group of characters through an interactive cinematic horror story. As the story progresses, players will have to make many choices about characters’ actions, each of which can potentially determine their fates and the overall outcome of the story. As you’d expect in a horror movie-inspired game, character death is a likely outcome for all nine main playable cast members. But with multiple playthroughs and a bit of luck, tenacious players can find a way to make it all out alive. After all, half the fun of CareerThe death of the characters is to see the multiple endings that result from the tragedies.
Simon Brewera former lead UI artist at Rocksteady Games, shared some awesome work via Twitter that features Scooby-Doo as the star of a Career-like a horror title. The hypothetical game is titled Scooby-Doo Last Rites: Death in the Parish and run as The Mystery Anthology – a timid merger of Scooby-Doo’s Mytery Inc. and Supermassive Dark Picture Anthology. Until dawn fans will recognize that the artwork is styled after Until dawnthe title screen. What brings the whole work together is the dramatic lighting of Scooby as he gazes wistfully into the distance amid the decrepit monastery in the background. Given Brewer’s expertise in UI design, it’s no wonder this menu turned out so well.
Scooby-Doo fits perfectly into supermassive horror games
Scooby-Doo and his pals seem to be making the rounds in the gaming industry lately. In addition to Simon Brewer’s art, a fan recently used the The Sims 4 to recreate Scooby-Doo and the gang in its High School Years expansion pack. Another fan work was a recreation of the classic intro from Scooby-Doo Where are you? with assets of animal crossing. On a more official note, Shaggy had the honor of sharing the Cover Art space alongside the legendary Batman on Warner Bros.’ new character brawler, MultiVersus.
Whether in familiar cartoon hijinxes or in more gruesome atmospheres like The career, the presence of Scooby-Doo brings charm to any job. With so many fans and industry pundits bringing Scooby into the gaming world, it may only be a matter of time before Scooby-Doo officially crosses over into gaming like he has. done with Hollywood in the past. Although more sinister video game settings may prove too terrifying for scooby-doohe could do it for a Scooby Snack.
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Sources: Simon Brewer/Twitter
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