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Tiny Toon Adventures Video Games

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 Game Boy Color Releases
Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Saves the Day
Tiny Toon Adventures: Dizzy's Candy Quest

 
Game Title (North America) Release Date (North America)
Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Saves the Day July 30th, 2001
Platform Genre Developer/Publisher
Game Boy Color Action Platformer Warthog / Conspiracy Games
European Title Japanese Title
Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Saves the Day Unknown
Game Summary

Storyline and Features from: The Official Warthog Webpage:
Story:
Montana Max is a spoiled little rich kid who enjoys using a vast fortune to bring misery to all those around him. After persistent attempts to dampen the spirits of Buster Bunny, Max has finally decided enough is enough and has taken the things that make Buster's life so much fun - his friends.

As Buster you must save Babs Bunny (no relation), Plucky and Hampton from the evil clutches of Max and his cronies. You must fight your way through Max's goons and henchmen to retrieve your buddies. Think you've got what it takes?

Features:
Guide Buster Bunny through many perilous platform stages around ACME Acres
Stun the wacky enemies with magic balls, which differ in physics and speed
Collect up to 6 unique power up's helping you deal with more than 25 different opponents
Challenging level design and easy controls guarantee perfect gameplay

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Related Links
 Developer's Webpage
 Conspiracy Games TTA Ad (Nintendo Power v. 146, p. 221)
 Buster Saves The Day Gameplay Movie (from Warthog) (requires Quicktime)

 
Game Title (North America) Release Date (North America)
Tiny Toon Adventures: Dizzy's Candy Quest October 2001
Platform Genre Developer/Publisher
Game Boy Color  Action Treasure / Conspiracy Games
European Title Japanese Title
Tiny Toon Adventures: Dizzy's Candy Quest Unknown
Game Summary

Story:
Elmyra and Montana Max have a cunning, evil plot – so devoid of humanity and selflessness, they’re sure the world will shudder by just hearing their names from the moment their plan will be set in motion… The evil duo want Candy. Lots of it. In fact, Elmyra and Max want all candy in the entire world, so they build a machine that can do this humongous task for them. However, something is going horribly wrong for Elmyra and Max.

The robot they created was clumsily programmed, so now the automaton shows signs of extreme laziness. Elmyra and Max decide to create clones of Hamton, Gogo Dodo, Sweetie and a host of other Toons denizens to retrieve the robot and bring him back for reprogramming. Oblivious to all the commotion, Stubby basically slops around until he bumps into Dizzy. Sharing one prominent quality –that of eating – the two become fast friends, and together they scour the land for candy, facing Montana & Elmyra´s clones and cronies along the way.

Features:

25 unique level recreating the crazy colorful world of the Tiny Toons universe.
Use Dizzy’s spinning abilities to defend against the evil duos clones and robots.
Deal with 5 End bosses and explore hidden bonus stages
Reveal the jukebox features and listen to the loony tunes.
An easy password system will give you instant access to all levels

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Related Links
 Conspiracy Games TTA Ad (Nintendo Power v. 146, p. 221)

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