a game by Konami Co., Ltd
One of the funniest cartoons to appear in recent years is Animaniacs. This game is still early in development, but expect to see comical situations directly from the show. Look at the great job Konami did on Tiny Toons. Need I say more? It's for both the Super NES and the Genesis.
Animaniacs has all the nuances of the cartoons, plus the sounds and looks to go with it. It combines action wiiti puzzle-like features to create an mnovatively styled game. Hownver, while I like the three characters, switching between them is too clumsy, and it leads to dying easily. If you enjoy the show, or maybe you just like puzzle games, you'll enjoy this one. All it needs is better control over all three characters.
Good stuff, Maynard! I love action/puzzle combos and Animaniacs delivered in a big way! It's a bit tough at first because you nee i switch the Animaniac so often to get through the level, out like The Lost Vikings It's all part of the adventure. Tho puzzles never get overly challenging and the game has everything that makes the cartoon such a riot. Animaniacs is a blast from start to finish!
Animaniacs is a cute game featuring those wonderful characters from the famous afternoon cartoon. This is a docent action game which utilizes little more thought because you must know which characters to use in a certain situation. Pretty inventive! As far as the graphics and sound go. what else can I say? They are typically good coming from the guys at Konami. Good for kids as well as adults.
The Animaniacs are a bunch of hyper little 'toons and this game seems a bit slower paced than you'd expect. Still, Konami doesn't disappoint with a game that challenges both your reflexes and your wit. The adorable characters are easy to control and there is a lot of game play involving which character to use in certain situations. It has good graphics and sounds but doesn't quite top the Super NES version.
In Animaniacs, Yakko, Wakko, and Dot decide to open their own store, and they're searching the Warner Bros. lot for items to sell. You will have to guide the three siblings through four stages of action. Each character has unique talents that will help you get through the many obstacles in your path. You will also have to use an assortment of weapons, like hammers and bombs, to dispatch the enemies that are after you. Once you complete a level, you can skip past it if you enter the password. In Animaniacs Yakko, Wakko, and Dot are depending on you to help them get their store open.
The music in Animaniacs is great and it matches the place your at (like at the west place it sounds western) It comes out in clear, crisp, stereo. It could only get better if you heard it being recorded. As for the graphics, they look very cartoonish. Everything looks cartoon-like and sometimes realistic.
Yakko, Wakko, and Dot are hot, hot, hot! The stars of the No. 1 syndicated cartoon show are soon to shine in their very own Genesis game, appropriately called Animaniacs. This Konami one-player title has you controlling all three of the characters at the same time (one leads and the others follow). Each character has a different talent, so you'll be switching regularly to puzzle your way through this Action/Strategy cart. The three are funny, sarcastic, and nutty, just like on the cartoon. They'll have you groaning and laughing as you try to collect props off weird and wonderful movie sets.
The Wild Warner Brothers (And Sister)
The Animaniacs are at home in the Warner Bros. Studio in Southern California, when one of them gets the idea that they can meet celebrities by opening a hip pop-culture shop. To fill the shop, they have to collect famous props from big movies. So out they go into the wilds of the Studio sets in search of items.
Each of the characters has a particular talent that helps you past various tricks and traps. Yakko attacks with his Paddle Ball and pushes or pulls things, Wakko bashes obstacles with his Mallet, and Dot charms creatures by blowing a Kiss. After an early practice round, you puzzle your way through six sets, like Jungle, Space, Western, and Horror (each chock-full of movie parodies). After each level, you receive a password for your efforts.
2005-09-25 Animaniacs is a game about Warner Bros. heroes.