• If you are about to be slimed or hit by a ghost when racing through the streets in the Tenement and Central Park sequences, you can become briefly invincible by driving into the barricades or obstacles. You also lose time when you do this, so do it sparingly.
• To avoid a low-flying poltergeist-type object in the running scenes, turn and run away from it. Then, when you're ready, press B to jump over it, and set the ghost trap behind you to suck it in.
• You can get the Statue of Liberty ou I of a light spot by releasing the book bomb when the air is thickest with ghosts.
• Libby would be smart to make a real effort to bag any torches flying by. When she hits one, she can aim left and right, and clear the air in front of her, or keep the flock of ghosts from circling around behind her.
• In the driving games, shoot all the airborne targets you can — you may be pleasantly surprised.
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