Somehow Tiny Toons has always been able to produce a good game from the NES to the SNES and even the GameBoy in between. This title from December 20th, 1991 started the craze did not let it end there. Although this is all about my NES games; I must say Buster Busts Loose for the SNES is top 10 for the system.
“Tiny Toon Adventures is based on an animated series of the same name. The Tiny Toons are kid versions of the famous Warner Bros. cartoon characters.
After (once again) losing an animation festival at Acme Looniversity to Buster Bunny, Montana Max has taken his revenge by kidnapping Babs Bunny and locking her up in his mansion. Now, a single player controlling Buster or any one of his three friends Plucky Duck, Dizzy Devil, and Furball must embark on a rescue mission to save her. There are six side-scrolling platform levels, comprised of three stages each (except for Wackyland which has only one stage). Before each level begins, Shirley the Loon will ask the player which of Buster’s three partners should join them on that level. Once the player makes a selection, it cannot be changed. Each of the four available characters have different abilities, so it’s important to choose the right partner.
Buster begins the game with three lives, but more can be collected by visiting Hamton J. Pig and cashing out 30 carrots each. The game is over when all remaining lives are gone or when Montana Max has been defeated.”
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