Sylvester and Tweety in Cagey Capers
Masochism has always been a feature of the best Warner Bros. cartoons: if a character ever wanted to achieve something, it was a sure bet that he or she would have to undergo some extreme pain to be a success. If you like this aspect of the Looney Tunes cartoons, then I think you will definitely appreciate Sylvester and Tweety on the Genesis.
If you're expecting a game similar to Sunsoft's Looney Tunes platform adventures, Sylvester and Tweety will be a cool surprise for you: it's almost a strategy game! In your quest, as Sylvester, to capture the ever-elusive Golden Bird, you have to plan your moves carefully every step of the way. Watch some old cartoons to understand the cunning ways of Sylvester and get yourself in the mood, because every level is structured in a similar way to a Warner Bros. cartoon.
The characters are rendered true to the classic Warner Bros. cartoons - that's what I need to see to get myself all in a bundle.
Sylvester speaks! Digitized voices and assorted beings, splats, and kerplunks will be music to your ears. Great music too.
The controls are a little bit frustrating. The puzzle-solving, however, is excellent; wait'll you try to conquer the freight-train stage.
If you've ever wanted to know what it feels like to be beaten, set on fire, electrocuted and smashed all in the pursuit of a canary dinner, Sylvester & Tweety will fulfill your needs. Next stop, Virtua Cartoon.
Sylvester and Tweety star in this raucous chase based on the Looney Toons animated television series. Sylvester really wants to get his paws on the elusive yellow bird, but all Tweety wants to do is play a few pranks on his predator. With action sequences and detailed backgrounds lifted straight from the classic cartoons, Cagey Capers uses the original animation to make the game play out just like a Saturday morning television show. Lots of classic characters make cameos (including Granny and her broom), so keep your eyes peeled, and get ready for side-splittingly hilarious adventures.
Processor: PC compatible, P-100
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode
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