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Barbie: Explorer

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Barbie: Explorer

Barbie: Explorer
Barbie: Explorer
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Developer(s) Runecraft
Publisher(s) Vivendi Universal Games
Series Barbie
Platform(s) PlayStation
Release date(s)
  • NA September 4, 2001
Genre(s) Action
Mode(s) Single-player
Distribution CD-ROM

Barbie: Explorer is a PlayStation game featuring Barbie. It was developed by Runecraft, published by Vivendi Universal Games and was released in 2001. The plot and overall game are very similar to Tomb Raider.


Barbie must go around the world to recover four treasures and solve the mystery of an artifact known as the "Mystic Mirror."

The places you can go are as follows:

  • Tibet: The item found here is the "Ruby Mask"
  • Egypt: The item found here is the "Emerald Beetle"
  • Africa: The item found here is the "Sapphire Shield"
  • Babylon: The item found here is the "Golden Statue"

Each place has four levels. One starts first with three places to go (Tibet, Egypt and Africa). After one has found the artifacts of all three places, Babylon will appear as the last one. The game ends when the four artifacts are found and Barbie goes back to the museum. She places each artifact in its respective spot on the mirror and it is repaired.

External links

  • MobyGames
  • GameFAQs

See also

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