Scooby-Doo Space Race
Is it Snakes and Ladders? No. Is it Scooby-Doo? No. It's Scooby-Doo Space Race Snakes and Ladders with a difference! Here the heads of the snakes become black holes and the bottoms of the ladders become vortexes. And If you get a double you have to pick a ticket, of course I can't guarantee what the tickets will do, so be careful.
If you want to create your own game here is what you need:
One snakes and ladders board
Six drawings of spaceships with the following labels: Daphne, Fred, Shaggy, Velma, Scooby and Scrappy.
Between 2 and 6 players
Six figures, one for each character
Some black and white counters (the black ones go on the snakes' heads and the white ones on the ladders's bottoms)
Twenty tickets: 5 marked 'radar'. Each ticket labeled radar must have a number between 1 and 5 and the drawing of a radar. When a player gets it he or she goes forwards the number of spaces on the card. 5 marked 'enemies'. Each ticket labeled enemy must have a number between 1 and 5 and the drawing of a enemy. When a player draws it he or she goes backwards the number of spaces on the card. 3 cards with situations that are good and that make you go forwards any amount of spaces. Here is an example: An alien helps you, go forward three spaces. 3 cards with situations that are bad and that make you go back any amount of spaces. Here is an example:You loose the ignition keys of your ship, go back three spaces. 2 cards that say that you got lost and that you have to go to no. 73. 1 card divided by two with +8 and +30 written on it. If you get this ones, the first time you get it, go forward eight spaces. The second time, it is 30. 1 card divided by two with -8 and -30 written on it. If you get this ones, the first time you get it, go backwards eight spaces. The second time, it is 30.
To play Choose a ship and its figure. All the player roll the dice, whoever gets the higher number goes first. To move, throw both dice and go forwards the amount of spaces shown on them. If you get a double, pick up a ticket a do whatever it says. (Optional: you could have one die and take a ticket when you roll a six.) The winner is the first one to get to the hundred square.