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|Tiny Toon Adventures: Wacky Sports Challenge|
|Platform(s)||Super NES, Game Boy|
Tiny Toon Adventures: Wacky Sports Challenge (released as Tiny Toon Adventures: Wild & Wacky Sports in Europe and Tiny Toon Adventures: Dotabata Daiundoukai in Japan), is a Sports party video game. The game was released in 1994 for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System and developed and published by Konami. The video game is based on the American children’s television series, Tiny Toon Adventures . It is one of the few SNES games to feature an SNES Multitap as a useable controller.
The player can choose to play as a variety of characters from the series. After choosing a character, the player can then choose to participate in various Olympic-style events. There are four difficulty levels, each with about six to seven events each. Events include: Bungee jumping, Running, Hammer throw, and an Obstacle course.
Tiny Toon Adventures: Wacky Sports (Tiny Toon Adventures 3: Doki Doki Sports Festival in Japan) was released in 1994 on the Nintendo Game Boy and developed and published by Konami.
In Wacky Sports, the players choose to play as either Buster or Babs Bunny. As Babs, the player can participate in their own choice of sports activities, including Baseball, Soccer, or Tennis. As Buster, the users can also play carnival games set up by side characters of the franchise.
If the Konami Code is used at the title screen, a level select feature becomes available.[ citation needed ]
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Power Unlimited gave the Game Boy version a review score of 49% writing: "Dull and lame action in this apparently quickly put together game in which the humor of the Tiny Toons does not come into its own at all."
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