Many Looney Tunes games have been released over the years. Some still look completely crazy and funny to this day.
It’s hard to meet someone who hasn’t heard of Looney Tunes, be it from the upcoming Space Jam: The New Generation movie or more than ninety years of cartoons. Bugs and his team are everyone’s favorite symbols of home entertainment.
Given the legendary nature of the franchise, it should come as no surprise that there are quite a few Looney Tunes games out there. Some of them were quite difficult, but a few titles turned out so great that they are worth trying for current players.
Looney Tunes (GameBoy)
One of the simplest titles in the franchise. Looney Tunes is a platformer with Duffy Duck, Tweety, Porky Pig, Taz, Speedy Gonzales, Road Runner and Bugs Bunny. Each character has their own unique level with their own mechanics.
While the game isn’t as impressive on a regular playthrough, it is great for those interested in fast playthroughs as it has a lot of interesting tricks. The title has been shown at several major events. The game can be played completely in almost ten minutes.
Duck Dodgers Starring Daffy Duck
Collectaton, in which Duffy Duck, in his famous sci-fi form, tries to collect energy atoms, defeat bosses and open new planets for exploration. The title looks dated now, but being one of the first attempts to bring Looney Tunes games to 3D, it worked out great. The game was compatible with Rumble Pak and even stored save data on a cartridge, unlike most games of the time.
Tiny Toons Adventures: Buster’s Bad Dream
Buster’s Bad Dream was the latest Tiny Toons game. It’s a shame that more fans don’t remember her. Unlike most other titles in the cartoon franchise, this game was a unique combo brawler rather than a simple platformer.
By the way, the mechanics of the title were so good that they inspired Astro Boy: Omega Factor, which received incredible critical reviews, unlike Tiny Toons. Hopefully more game fans will find this old GameBoy Advance title and give it a try.
Bugs Bunny: Lost In Time
In itself, the fact that Bugs Bunny was literally transported to Nowhere turned out to be rather ridiculous, but it was the platforming of this Playstation 1 game that won the majority of players. It’s hard to expect much from licensed titles, but Behavior Interactive has put a lot of love into this game.
The title turned out to be quite popular, so a sequel appeared in which the mechanics were of a higher level.
Bugs Bunny & Taz: Time Busters
Time Busters came out with Wacky Races as a special double CD pack. It’s a collectionaton that has added a lot to the typical Looney Tunes platformer formula. With the introduction of Taz, a whole host of new movement options have been added to the game. In addition, the title had a co-op mode, which made it much easier to enjoy it with a friend.
Looney Tunes Racing
It’s hard to name a popular TV franchise that doesn’t have a go-kart race of its own. However, Looney Tunes Racing was made much better because the developers did not create it in a hurry. The game had several difficulty levels, from Rascal to Despicable. Acme Challenges, Championship mode and good old multiplayer races have been capturing fans for hours.
Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Busts Loose
Buster Busts Loose wasn’t just one of the best Looney Tunes titles, it was also one of the best platformers on the SNES. The title is often included in the lists of the best 100 games on the console and is fondly remembered by everyone who took the time to play it.
There are only six levels in the game, and it seems that you can go through it quickly. Good luck to complete it in hard mode. The final level is required to complete the game, and its difficulty will confuse even the most experienced players.
Looney Tunes: Space Race
While the Playstation 2 version has been heavily criticized, Looney Tunes: Space Race for the Sega Dreamcast is one of the most critically acclaimed games in the franchise. It is by far the best go-kart on console, with incredibly fluid controls and classic cartoon humor that has made it one of the best in the genre to this day.
Looney Tunes: World Of Mayhem
Any game with Big Chungus should be awesome, right? But let’s leave memes aside. World of Mayhem turned out to be really good for a multi-year franchise like Looney Tunes. Gacha-style allows players to create teams with the strangest variations and gives them a vast library to find new characters.
This is certainly not Genshin Impact, but the title is still a lot of fun and has a lot of strategies that players need to learn and implement.
Looney Tunes: Sheep Raider
Sheep Raider is the most unique and original game featuring Looney Tunes characters. She embodies the essence of cartoons in a way that no other games do. In the title, players buy ACME items like Wiley Coyote to try and steal sheep from Sam’s Dog.
The game has a lot of humor that the franchise is known for, but it also offers impressive puzzle mechanics that keep the players entertained. This is an underrated PlayStation gem that, unfortunately, many have forgotten.