I agree, the Elmyra chase is the most difficult part of the game. I found that even 20 lives was barely enough for the game's final levels. Buster Busted Buster finds a treasure map at Acme Looniversity. Worlds are colorful and give life to the game. He starts out with three and can find bells to enhance it up to five. Well, all the Tiny Toons are present and accounted for.
If you successfully defeat Monty, he will refuse to release Babs and the others unless Buster gives him the treasure. The next level has a dense forest type setting with rays of sunlight going through. Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster's Hidden Treasure is a single title from the many , and offered for this console. The variety of the stages, from the colorful forest scenery to the sandy deserts, is superb. Even the backgrounds transition nicely. Sure, I was expecting a cakewalk.
An instant favorite Back when Genesis games could be rented, I often rented this game. Your helper in this stage is Li'l Sneezer. In addition to Buster's speed, he is also able to bounce off walls. Levels are selected from an over world map and can be replayed to find hidden exits and alternate routes through the map. The player needs to find his allies first.
You have no helper in this stage. Buster's Hidden Treasure features the whole Tiny Toons cast in a clever, slick and extremely nasty platform game that ranks highly for difficulty and animation. Although Buster only starts the game with three hearts, his health meter can be increased by collecting bells. The music was partially from the cartoon, and partially made new. Touching Gogo Dodo opens the exit Once he's found, greedy players might want to backtrack for more points before leaving. I liked the game so much, it was the first non Sonic game I owned on the system. The sound effects are cartoony-sounding, very fitting to the game.
To the best of our knowledge, these games are no longer available on the market and are not supported by publishers. The boss here is , whose basic attack is spinning. . Wanting to listen to its music again, I got it. To disable the mind control, Buster must jump on Splicer's head several times, as the helmets are spiky and cannot be stepped on. He's also enlisted the aid of the diabolical Dr.
It combines the feel of the cartoon and solid platforming into one great package. Audio: This game's music is easily among my favorites, since it's so cheerful and catchy sounding. It's this difficulty that makes me go with a 4-star rating rather than 5. The effects are great with just the right car- toony nuances, such as a lip-flapping, motorcar sound when Little Beeper races across the screen. When bad guys threaten, B. Buster's Hidden Treasure is fast-paced fun on a scale so big that it has a password feature so you can keep your place in the game.
Graphics: The adventure covers several themed environments, hinted at by the location on the game's overworld. The music like the graphics helps the atmosphere and doesn't get boring quickly. Most of it if you watch Tiny Toons you will recognize it, like the Tiny Toons theme song. Upon defeating Gene, the helmet controlling Buster's friends will fall off and explode, leaving them dazed or to fall down in a comical fashion in the case of Calamity Coyote. The final boss is from the Elephant Issues episode segment, C. This isn't another Castle of Illusion, this is a mean and cruel game that leads you on with its cuddly cartoon pals and then yanks the Acme rug out from under you. There is no helping character in the fourth level.
After a game session, however, you'll likely find yourself humming the Tiny Toon's theme song a little too often. To complete each level, Buster must findGogo Dodo, who will allow him to enter a portal. While cleaning the Acme Looniversity, Buster finds a treasure map. The game's passwords and continues definitely come in handy. By collecting crystals, Buster will be invincible for a short period of time. Additionally, Buster can find portals reminiscent of the show's rainbow-colored logo, that will take Buster into Wackyland in the form of a bonus level.
It features vibrant colors and characters that bring the game to life and give it a cartoony feel that is appropriate to the license. The first few stages play the classic Tiny Toon theme. Buster's life consists of hearts. You can move Rocks, Switches, and Barrels. Released back in 1993, the game is the first Tiny Toon Adventures-based game for the console and features several platformer levels where Buster Bunny is the main protagonist. Splicer, Dizzy Devil, Plucky Duck, Calamity Coyote and Hamton.