Tiny Toon Adventures [Model SHVC-TA]

The Super Famicom Game by Konami Co., Ltd.

Tiny Toon Adventures [Model SHVC-TA] screenshot


Emulated in MAME ! [Console] Super Famicom Game

Tiny Toon Adventures © 1992 Konami Company, Limited.

Konami based on Warner Bros's wacky animated television series of the same name originally broadcasted in 1990. The blue rabbit Buster Bunny is going on a big adventure through several action-packed and humorously-themed levels, from the ACME Looniversity's hallway and library to the dangers of the American old West, the intense thrill of a football game or deep inside a giant Star Wars-inspired space station. Interestingly the game doesn't have an outright unique goal. Instead, each level acts as a discrete episode and features its own individual mission - such as stopping Dizzy Devil from causing mayhem in the school's kitchen or rescuing the cute Babs Bunny from the clutches of the evil Darth Plucky Duck. Buster Bunny doesn't come with any weapons or accessories though, and instead uses his bare feet! While one action button makes him jump, another makes him kick jump - or, more accurately, drop-kick in mid-air - damaging enemies below him. Being a rabbit, Buster Bunny also has another trick up his sleeve - he can dash at full speed, knocking down all enemies on his path and climbing along vertical walls as if gravity was suspended. But this power comes with a price and the player must charge-up a dash bar located at the top of the screen in order to effectively use it. As expected, various items are found scattered throughout the game, such as Gogo Dodo trophies (instantly refill Buster Bunny's dash power), Carrot trophies (restore health) or cute Buster Bunny figurines (extra lives). Finally, each level is punctuated by a Wheels o' Game mini game - there is a total of five different mini-games (such as a traditional Bingo, a Weight Challenge or a simple Slide Puzzle) and they all provide the player with a chance to earn extra lives before the next level. Tiny Toon Adventures consists of six levels and features a password system to save the player's progress (apparently only available in the easiest difficulty mode though). The game is also single-player only...


[Model SHVC-TA]


Released on December 18, 1992 in Japan for 8000 Yen.


Game's ROM.
Game's description by Laurent Kermel; http://www.videogameden.com

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