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* VocalDissonance: Even though Little Monster is presumably a kid, he has a low-pitched adult man's voice, and it sounds quite jarring.

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* VocalDissonance: Even though Little Monster is presumably a kid, he has a low-pitched adult man's voice, and it sounds quite jarring.jarring.
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''The Mummy Mystery: Starring Little Monster Private Eye'' is a point-and-click children's game made by Creator/{{Infogrames}} in 2001. It stars Little Monster [[PrivateDetective Private Eye]] and his [[GratuitousAnimalSidekick faithful talking Kerploppus]] that is simply called "Detective Kerploppus," created by Mercer Mayer (whom also created Literature/LittleCritter, and the game was produced and released at the same time as a similar game featuring Little Critter was made, ''VideoGame/LittleCritterAndTheGreatRace''). It is a combination AdventureGame compared to the game it preceded, ''VideoGame/TheSmellyMystery''.

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''The Mummy Mystery: Starring Little Monster Private Eye'' is a point-and-click children's game made by Creator/{{Infogrames}} in 2001. It stars Little Monster [[PrivateDetective Private Eye]] and his [[GratuitousAnimalSidekick faithful talking Kerploppus]] that is simply called "Detective Kerploppus," created by Mercer Mayer (whom also created Literature/LittleCritter, and the game was produced and released at the same time as a similar game featuring Little Critter was made, ''VideoGame/LittleCritterAndTheGreatRace''). It is more or less a combination straight-forward AdventureGame compared to the game it preceded, ''VideoGame/TheSmellyMystery''.



* AnimationBump: The character animation in this game is much smoother than its' predecessor. In addition to the cutscenes, animated sprites of Little Monster, Kerploppus and the other characters are utilized in many screens.



** There are generic Hanna-Barbera sound effects heard once the scarabs are found.
* {{Thememobile}}: The Private Eye Mobile.

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** There are generic Hanna-Barbera sound effects Creator/HannaBarbera StockSoundEffects heard once the scarabs are found.
* {{Thememobile}}: The Private Eye Mobile.
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''The Mummy Mystery: Starring Little Monster Private Eye'' is a point-and-click children's game made by Creator/{{Infogrames}} in 2001. It stars Little Monster [[PrivateDetective Private Eye]] and his [[GratuitousAnimalSidekick faithful talking Kerploppus]] that is simply called "Detective Kerploppus," created by Mercer Mayer (whom also created Literature/LittleCritter). It is a combination AdventureGame compared to the game it preceded, ''VideoGame/TheSmellyMystery''.

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''The Mummy Mystery: Starring Little Monster Private Eye'' is a point-and-click children's game made by Creator/{{Infogrames}} in 2001. It stars Little Monster [[PrivateDetective Private Eye]] and his [[GratuitousAnimalSidekick faithful talking Kerploppus]] that is simply called "Detective Kerploppus," created by Mercer Mayer (whom also created Literature/LittleCritter).Literature/LittleCritter, and the game was produced and released at the same time as a similar game featuring Little Critter was made, ''VideoGame/LittleCritterAndTheGreatRace''). It is a combination AdventureGame compared to the game it preceded, ''VideoGame/TheSmellyMystery''.

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* ExtremelyShortTimeSpan: The game mostly takes place in one day.


* AllThereInTheManual: In the game, there is a book that details the backstory about Thanxfurnuten.
* AsLongAsItSoundsForeign: Thanxfurnuten sounds like the name of a Pharaoh but it is actually "Thanks for nothin'".



* FinaleTitleDrop: Little Monster said it at the very end of the game.

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* FinaleTitleDrop: Little Monster said it the title at the very end of the game.



* ItMayHelpYouOnYourQuest: Many objects found in the game end up useful later on in the game.



* ItMayHelpYouOnYourQuest: Many objects found in the game end up useful later on in the game.


* GottaCatchThemAll: Little Monster and Detective Kerploppus have to find all five magic rings to unlock the tomb.



* ItMayHelpYouOnYourQuest: Many objects found in the game end up useful later on in the game.



* StockAudioClip: Professor Pickle describing the Tomb of Thanxfurnuten has been recycled in the end.

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Professor Pickle describing the Tomb of Thanxfurnuten has been recycled in the end.end.
** There are generic Hanna-Barbera sound effects heard once the scarabs are found.

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* OhCrap: Professor Pickle's reaction when he sees that the door of the tomb is closing.
* {{Pun}}: Little Monster commented that the professor has gotten himself in a pickle.


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* StockAudioClip: Professor Pickle describing the Tomb of Thanxfurnuten has been recycled in the end.


* CallBack: In the opening.

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* CallBack: In the opening.CallBack:


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** Little Monster and Detective Kerploppus do the "after you" gag near the museum.

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* CallBack: In the opening.
** Detective Kerploppus answers the phone and says "Little Monster Private Eye headquarters. Detective Kerploppus speaking."
** Little Monster tells the caller that they will arrive in two shakes of a toad's tail.


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* SequelGoesForeign: This sequel to the Smelly Mystery game takes place in Egypt.

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* RiddlingSphinx: The duo encounter one that gives them an idea to put in an item to get one of the five rings.


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[[caption-width-right:350:Little Monster Private Eye is back!]]



''The Mummy Mystery: Starring Little Monster Private Eye'' is a point-and-click children's game made by Creator/Infrogrames in 2001. It stars Little Monster [[PrivateDetective Private Eye]] and his [[GratuitousAnimalSidekick faithful talking Kerploppus]] that is simply called "Detective Kerploppus," created by Mercer Mayer (whom also created Literature/LittleCritter). It is a combination AdventureGame compared to the game it preceded, ''VideoGame/TheSmellyMystery''.

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''The Mummy Mystery: Starring Little Monster Private Eye'' is a point-and-click children's game made by Creator/Infrogrames Creator/{{Infogrames}} in 2001. It stars Little Monster [[PrivateDetective Private Eye]] and his [[GratuitousAnimalSidekick faithful talking Kerploppus]] that is simply called "Detective Kerploppus," created by Mercer Mayer (whom also created Literature/LittleCritter). It is a combination AdventureGame compared to the game it preceded, ''VideoGame/TheSmellyMystery''.


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* ChuckCunninghamSyndrome: Little Monster and Detective Kerploppus don't mention the events of the Smelly Mystery or the identity of the Evil Smell Switcher.


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* ShoutOut: Detective Kerploppus mentions seeing a movie called [[Film/{{Casablanca}} Monsterblanca]].

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->'''Little Monster:''' To the mysterious land of Egypt on the double, Detective!\\
'''Kerploppus:''' Righty-o, Chief Inspector!

''The Mummy Mystery: Starring Little Monster Private Eye'' is a point-and-click children's game made by Creator/Infrogrames in 2001. It stars Little Monster [[PrivateDetective Private Eye]] and his [[GratuitousAnimalSidekick faithful talking Kerploppus]] that is simply called "Detective Kerploppus," created by Mercer Mayer (whom also created Literature/LittleCritter). It is a combination AdventureGame compared to the game it preceded, ''VideoGame/TheSmellyMystery''.

The story involves Little Monster Private Eye and Detective Kerploppus being called onto a case where Professor Pickle is stuck at the Tomb of Thanxfurnuten.

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!!Tropes in ''The Mummy Mystery'':
* BondGunBarrel: Parodied in the opening titles, with Little Monster firing a water pistol.
* CatchPhrase: Detective Kerploppus's "Righty-o, Chief Inspector!"
* FinaleTitleDrop: Little Monster said it at the very end of the game.
* MiniGame: The mugshot game.
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Detective Kerploppus's voice is clearly based off Creator/SeanConnery.
* {{Thememobile}}: The Private Eye Mobile.
* VocalDissonance: Even though Little Monster is presumably a kid, he has a low-pitched adult man's voice, and it sounds quite jarring.

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