Sid & Al's Incredible Toons
a game by Dynamix
Dynamix's happy-go-lucky cartoon cat 'n mouse are about to give new meaning to the term contraption with Sid and Al's Incredible Toons for the Sega CD. Incredible Toons is an interactive furvfest of compilation, conglomeration, and just generally putting together 150 totally awesome Rube Goldberg-type devices to help mouse and cat settle their differences of opinion and get out of the Toon Factory. Featuring a classic cartoon look and feel, combined with phenomenal sounds and 30 levels specially designed for the Sega CD, Incredible Toons is one of the few game titles that has something for everybody, male or female, young or old. If you've ever liked playing with mousetraps and dominos, Incredible Toons is a title you'll love to tinker with.
Barbecue Gone Bad
Sid and Al are a couple of cartoon-cute, comical, crazy mouse and cat buddies who have had a serious outdoor cooking mishap that involves dinner, a barbecue, and a full can of lighter fluid. The result? A big, ripping brawl that gets both of them landed in the Toon Factory until they can work out their differences.
Sid and Al may be friends, but hey—they're mouse and cat. Sid the mouse is a prankster who loves to razz the cat and who will do just about anything for a hunk of cheese. Al is a very large blue cat who's a little slow to get going. But once he does he's a little hard to stop! You want a reaction from Al? Drop something on his head. The duo looks funny, acts funny, and sounds funny. They should—their voices are done by two of the top in the business: Rob Paulson, who does the voice of Yakko in Animaniacs, and Jim Cummings, the voice behind Darkwing Duck.
One of the beauties of the Toon Factory is that it ain't in the real world. You can do things here you can't do anywhere else. You want to be successful at making wild, weird engines, you gotta think like a cartoon. What kind of machine could you make with a baseball, timer, chicken, and mad cat? You can make most of the parts bigger or smaller, or flip them around to fit the mad genius of your ideas. Options indude Proparts, programmable parts you can use to set the difficulty of your puzzles; the Hooter, in which you can adjust sound effects; four modes; and a save feature, so you can keep your progress without having to solve all 150 levels in one sitting. There's even a nuke feature that allows you to scratch your current machine and make a new one. Look for more on this inventor's wildest dream in upcoming issues of Sega Visions.
2017-07-24 Sid & Al's Incredible Toons game added.