Doors to Doom was written by Bill McCay and was the sixth of twelve in the Nintendo Adventure Books series - first published on 5th November 1992 by Mammoth Books in the U.K and Simon & Schuster, a division of Pocket Books in the U.S.
Knock, Knock, Trouble's There
When Mario and Luigi open the strange door that suddenly appears in their Brooklyn plumbing shop, they plunge into the weird world of Dr. Sporis Von Fungenstein, the mad Goomba scientist. He bounces our fearless heroes on a journey through a dangerous jungle, Subcon, and the Mushroom Worlds. Mario and Luigi must survive the attack of wicked Shy Guys, Ninjis, Wart, and the incorrigible Kong Family.
As in all Nintendo Adventure Books, you control the action. Only you can make the choices that allow Mario and Luigi to overcome the obstacles they face at each mysterious doorway. Help Mario and Luigi crack codes, solve puzzles, conquer mazes, and subdue enemies. You and the Mario Bros. must outwit von Fungenstein at his own game-or go down in final defeat!
[Source: The books back cover.]
The Scoring System
At the end of each Nintendo Adventure Book there is a scoring chart - in Doors to Doom the scoring system worked as below
410 points or above - "Award-Winning Power Hero"
- Between 210 and 400 points - "Future Hero-in-Training"
- 200 Points or below - "Dauntless Dreamer"
Puzzles in this book
- ISBN-10: 0749713070
- ISBN-13: 978-0749713072
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