Tiny Toon Adventures: Wacky Stackers

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Tiny Toon Adventures: Wacky Stackers
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Developer(s) Warthog
Publisher(s) Conspiracy Entertainment
Platform(s) Game Boy Advance
  • NA: December 30, 2001
  • EU: April 5, 2002
Genre(s) Puzzle
Mode(s) Single-player

Tiny Toon Adventures: Wacky Stackers is the first Tiny Toon Adventures video game released on the Nintendo Game Boy Advance. It was released on December 30, 2001 and was developed by Warthog and published by Conspiracy Games. It is also the first puzzle-style game for the franchise. The game features several characters from the television series, including: Buster Bunny, Montana Max, Elmyra Duff, Furrball, Babs Bunny, Plucky Duck, Gogo Dodo and Dizzy Devil.



The player must stack dodo eggs, matching their colors to clear them. Each Tiny Toon has a helpful special ability that can be used if the player has the necessary amount of coins. Coins are earned from cracking open a big egg or performing a combo. [1]

The game features several modes: Survival mode, Puzzle mode with 40 preset puzzles, "1P V Com" mode where players compete against another Tiny Toons character, and Multiplayer mode via the Game Link Cable accessory.


Game review aggregation website Metacritic gave it 58% based on 5 reviews. [2] IGN gave it a rating of 5/10. [3] French gaming website Jeuxvideo.com gave it 14/20. [4]

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  1. Conspiracy Entertainment (2002), Tiny Toons Adventures: Wacky Stackers USA Instruction Booklet
  2. "Tiny Toon Adventures: Wacky Stackers". Metacritic .
  3. "Tiny Toon Adventures: Wacky Stackers - IGN". 7 November 2002 via www.ign.com.
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