Tiny Toon Adventures 2 - Trouble in Wackyland Review by: Eddy88Tiny Toon Adventures 2: Trouble on Wackyland (NES) Review.Fun at the Amusement Park!
If a game becomes succeful, take for sure that a sequel will appear, as know, 2nd parts can be really strange sometimes... Some can be good or superior to the 1st. Part (I.E: Sonic The Hedgehog 2, Streets of Rage 2, Megaman 2, etc.) but, some are very different to the previous game, they are different in appearance, gameplay, or controls... Thing that makes people hate the title, even if it's pretty decent or good (I.E: Super Mario Bros 2, Sparkster, etc.) Well... What If I told you that a game based on a TV show has a sequel? Many games based on TV shows are pretty bad, however, there are a few exceptions... Like Tiny Toon Adventures for the NES. Well that game got a sequel: Tiny Toon Adventures 2: Trouble on Wackyland, ... And, it follows the 2nd. Example of a sequel: Different from the 1st. Game. Wanna know if this sequel is good like the 1st. Game? Well, keep reading this review, then!
Story: One day, a new amusement park is opened outside of Acme Acres... Everybody at the town are really excited about this, and our friends from the Acme Looneyversity aren't the exception. They wish to go to the Park's opening ceremony much as the town's inhabitants. One day, Buster Bunny receives a letter. Along with the letter, there are some tickets for... The new amusement park! According to the letter, the same, along with tickets, was sent by the Park's owner. Which results to be a big admirer of our tiny friends! However, he didn't wrote in the letter his real identity... He just signed as "A Secret admirer". Buster, along with his friends, are very happy about this... But, what they don't suspect, is that the Park is a farce, it's full of dangerous traps. His Admirer wants to end with them... The only way to prevent this is help our friends to escape from the park and reveal the identity of the faker. (7/10)
Graphics: Graphics are okay... These are the same from the 1st. Game, but with some differences. Backgrounds are very well detailed and sprites are good, nothing bad about them... Also, these count with some cartoonish effects to make them look funny. Which is a Great detail. (8/10)
Sound: Well, the game was made by Konami... So, we know what to except here: Good tracks. And, yes, this game counts with that. The music fits with every one of the stages and it's quite catchy, Some of the tunes can stay in our heads for various days! . SFX is simple, nothing else to say about these... (8/10)
Addictiveness: If you like Mini games, then you're going to play this again... All the stages are different, some are platformers, other are scrolling stages, etc. There's a great variety of stages to play over and over again! (7/10)
Depth: As said before, this game is composed by 5 Mini Games, these are: "The Rolling Coaster", "Bumper cars", "The Train", "High Speed log ride" and the last one: "The Fun House" All of these have a different gameplay, length and a different character to control: On the Rolling coaster, as the name says, we must blast at high speeds through a rail... However, it's more harder than it sounds, because we must avoid obstacles such as enemies, or the decoration of the stage. Also, we'll be jumping from one platform to another here (Because instead riding a Cart... We stand over a Platform!) on the Bumper cars, we must bump the other cars to holes that are over all the playground. However, we must be careful, because we can fall on these holes. On the Train, we must get to the other side of the same (in where a boss awaits for us) , while defeating enemies such as rats or bats... on the High Speed Log ride, we must ride a log (duh) while avoiding various enemies and using various gimmicks to progress. On the Fun House, we meet the Secret admirer... But, we must be careful, because a big amount of enemies and traps will try to stop us... On these games, we can get points, and we can exchange those points for Tickets, which are used to play the Mini games. Once we've beaten all of these, we'll be able to go onto the Fun House. (7/10)
Difficulty: Only 5 Mini games... That sounds kinda short, right? Well, because of that, the difficulty is quite high... The only way to beat some of the levels is with a lot of practice. (8/10)Final Rating: 7
Even if it's a short game, and it has nothing to do with the 1st. Part, it's still a decent game, worth of being played... If you liked the previous game, then check this one out... You may find it fun. Just play it and you'll see...