Barbie Horse Adventures : Mystery Ride also known as Barbie Horse Adventures : The Ranch Mystery is the second game of the Barbie Horse Adventures video game series based on the Barbie line of dolls by Mattel. The game was released on Microsoft Windows in 2003.
Mystery Ride is the first game in the Barbie Horse Adventures series to use 3-D graphics.
The plot involves Barbie having to solve the mystery of the missing horse of Barbie's friend Teresa. To do so, the player, as Barbie, has to explore the countryside, consisting of varied terrain ranging from forest to desert, while solving logic puzzles.
The core gameplay is based around equestrianism, including feeding, grooming, and training horses.
Barbie can also change into several different sets of clothing, enabling her to play dress-up.
The game runs on NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT with all high details.
This makes me so nostalgic. I took this game so serious back then. Anyone else play this along with Let's Ride Silver Buckle Stables, Let's Ride Dreamer and Barbie Magic of Pegasus? This shit was my childhood. Lol
Being stuck inside watching the testimony made today feel like Christmas. Christmas makes you nostalgic. When you get nostalgic, you want to play old video games. But the games I grew up with were too obscure to be ported, so I found this let's play. Mostly I remember three things about this game:
1. I always named my horse Storm.
2. I mostly played this game obsessively because the map made me want to go on a horseback road-trip, especially through the desert. Years later when my mom turned 50, we went on a cruise to Aruba and I got to do something similar in real life. It was awesome.
3. After beating the game, you could trace the map back and forth as much as you wanted until you got bored. Instead of getting bored, I discovered a glitch where a giant triangle with Barbie's face on it started jutting out of her head.
Are you talking about Comey's testimony? Or something else?
1. Storm is a great name for a horse. Real and Fictional.
2. I also think that experience was unique and fantastic.
3. I didn't encountered that Giant Triangle glitch, but i think it's interesting i i like game glitches. Do you think it was left there by the developers?
I agree. For a game made in 2002 and released in 2003, the graphics are superb. The developers did a great job with the game engine, and they could have made it even better if they had more time and resources.
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