Your screen is to small to play this classic action game.
Play the 1980s classic Ghostbusters game in an excellent flash remake. Run over the ghosts in New York City and select classic Ghostbusters music to listen to. If you love Ghostbuster, well then you will love this online flash game. Have Fun!
Use mouse to select options and music, and use Arrow Keys to move.
Do you like some action, and do you also enjoy to play a good action game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play the free Ghostbusters game online.
The first game in the Ghostbusters franchise was based on the movie of the same name and released in 1984 for several different platforms and most widely known as a NES game of 1988. Despite many controversial reviews, the game was a success and set the beginning of the franchise. Soon after that, in 1987, Data East created an arcade game based on the cartoon series of the same name - The Real Ghostbusters. It featured cooperative multiplayer gameplay and received many releases on different platforms.
There are many reasons for this. Great actors, awesome music, the dialog, and offcourse also the Ghostmobile. Ghostbusters isn't only about ghosts, it's also about the power of the US private sector and the magic of market discipline to transform anyone-even effete, over-educated academics into heroes. When Ghostbusters was released in June 1984, Ronald Reagan's landslide re-election victory to a second term as president was still a few months away. But the ideological ascent of Reagan-style conservatism-cuts to taxes and social programs, boosts for military spending and heaping helpings of anti-government rhetoric was nearly complete. Ghostbusters was released in the United States on June 8, 1984. It was a critical and commercial success, receiving a positive response from critics and audiences and grossing US$242 million in the United States and more than $295 million worldwide. It was nominated for two Oscars at the 57th Academy Awards for Best Visual Effects and Best Original Song (for the eponymous theme song), but lost to Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and The Woman in Red respectively.