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is a Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time Looney Tunes platform video game for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation, released in 1999. An indirect sequel, , was produced for the same platforms a year later. Bugs Bunny and Taz: Time Busters
The game stars popular cartoon character
Bugs Bunny who finds and activates a time machine after taking a wrong turn at Albuquerque. He ends up in Nowhere, home of a sorcerer named Merlin Munroe ("Moyle" to Bugs, or "Merl" but in Bugs accent). Merlin then informs Bugs that he is lost in time and that he must travel through five different eras of time (spanning 21 levels in total) in order to collect clock symbols and golden carrots that will allow him to return to the present.
Gameplay [ edit ]
The object of the game is to collect time clocks to progress through different eras via a time machine. Bugs must utilize his unique abilities to solve puzzles and defeat various enemies throughout the levels. At the end of era, Bugs must confront and defeat a boss character to unlock the next era.
Characters [ edit ]
Bugs Bunny - The main character of the game. He is a rabbit who outwits his enemies on his quest to return to the present.
Merlin Munroe - A sorcerer who tells Bugs useful information to get back to the present. His name as a pun on Marilyn Monroe.
Elmer Fudd - A caveman who hunts "wabbits." He is the antagonist of the Stone Age Era.
Daffy Duck - Bugs' rival who is hunted by Elmer Fudd in the Stone Age and appears with his 'Robin Duck' persona in the Medieval Period.
Witch Hazel - A witch who wants Bugs for her rabbit stew. She lives in the Forgotten Woods and appears in the Medieval Period.
Yosemite Sam - Appears as the captain of a pirate ship who Bugs battles on Treasure Island in the Pirate Years.
Rocky and Mugsy - Thugs who rob banks in the 1930s.
Toro the Bull - A Spanish bull who is outsmarted by Bugs in a bullfight in the 1930s.
Marvin the Martian - A martian who tests his latest weapon on Bugs Bunny. He appears in Dimension X. Instant Martians - Martians who start out as pills will turn into martians when water is added. They appear as obstacles in Dimension X.
Blacque Jacque Shellacque - Appears as a common enemy in the Pirate Years (where his appearance is used) and the 1930s. Bonanza Bunny
Beaky Buzzard - A sleepy buzzard who helps Bugs reach a high place when he is played a groovy tune. He appears in the Royal Square in the Medieval Period.
Hubie - A little mouse who took the key in The Carrot Factory.
Voice cast [ edit ]
Reception [ edit ]
The game was met with average to very mixed reception, as
GameRankings gave it a score of 68.33% for the PlayStation version, and 53.75% for the PC version. [1 ] [2 ]
References [ edit ]
^ a b "Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time for PlayStation". GameRankings . Retrieved . November 17, 2014
^ a b "Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time for PC". GameRankings . Retrieved . November 17, 2014
^ Nguyen, Cal. "Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time (PS) - Review". AllGame. Archived from the original on November 17, 2014 . Retrieved . November 17, 2014
^ Cook, Brad. "Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time (PC) - Review". AllGame. Archived from the original on November 17, 2014 . Retrieved . November 17, 2014
^ Alex C (1999). "PlayStation Review: Bugs Bunny: Lost In Time". . Archived from Computer and Video Games the original on June 24, 2007 . Retrieved . November 17, 2014
^ "Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time". . 1999. Electronic Gaming Monthly
^ Reiner, Andrew (August 1999). "Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time (PS)". (76): 65. Archived from Game Informer the original on May 21, 2000 . Retrieved . November 17, 2014
^ Stahl, Ben (July 8, 1999). "Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time Review (PS)". GameSpot . Retrieved . November 16, 2014
^ Stahl, Ben (November 18, 1999). "Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time Review (PC)". GameSpot . Retrieved . November 17, 2014
^ Harris, Craig (July 1, 1999). "Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time (PS)". IGN . Retrieved . November 17, 2014
^ "Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time". . 1999. Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine
^ Woods, Dave (1999). "PC Review: Bugs Bunny: Lost In Time". . Archived from PC Zone the original on June 24, 2007 . Retrieved . November 17, 2014
External links [ edit ]