Bugs Bunny & Lola Bunny: Operation Carrot Patch

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Bugs Bunny & Lola Bunny:
Operation Carrot Patch
Developer(s)Velez & Dubail
Producer(s)Yolanda Alonso
Designer(s)Fernando Velez
Guillaume Dubail
Programmer(s)Fernando Velez
Artist(s)Guillaume Dubail
Composer(s)Alberto Jose González
Platform(s)Game Boy Color
  • EU: Q4 1998
  • NA: January 1999

Bugs Bunny & Lola Bunny: Operation Carrot Patch,[a] is a 1998 Game Boy Color video game starring Bugs Bunny and Lola Bunny.


Yosemite Sam, Daffy Duck, The Tasmanian Devil, Marvin the Martian and Elmer Fudd have stolen Bugs and Lola's carrots and hid them in different sets in the nearby studio.[1] Bugs and Lola head through five different "sets" in order to reclaim them.


In the game, Bugs and Lola (the player can switch between them at any time) can traverse two levels during the set, collecting carrots. Both Bugs and Lola have the ability to jump and hit enemies with a hammer. Bugs is able to push items and dig underground, whilst Lola can slowly descend from heights using her umbrella. Collecting carrots enables Bugs/Lola to run in the air to gain more height with each jump. In addition, other special carrots allow the rabbits to fly using their ears for a short time, or gain invincibility.[2] To pass a stage, four pieces of a clapboard must be found.

The last level of each set sees the boss for the respective level chasing after Bugs, who must make it to the end of the level without falling victim to the various hazards in the way. Once the end of the level is reached, the boss will confront Bugs directly, and he must be beaten in order to progress. If the player collects all the letters “Extra” off of Tweety in a level, Bugs or Lola can play a mini-game after clearing the level.[3]


Game review aggregation website GameRankings gave the game a rating of 76.00% based on three reviews.[4] IGN gave it 8/10.[2] French gaming website Jeuxvideo.com gave it 17/20.[5]


  1. ^ Infogrames (1998), Bugs Bunny & Lola Bunny: Operation Carrot Patch EU Box Art
  2. ^ a b "Looney Tunes: Carrot Crazy - IGN". 20 July 1999 – via www.ign.com.
  3. ^ Infogrames (1998), Bugs Bunny & Lola Bunny: Operation Carrot Patch EU Instruction Booklet
  4. ^ "Looney Tunes: Carrot Crazy for Game Boy Color - GameRankings". www.gamerankings.com.
  5. ^ "Test du jeu Bugs Bunny & Lola Bunny sur GB". Jeuxvideo.com. 6 February 1999.


  1. ^ In-game English title in the European version: Bugs Bunny & Lola Bunny: Operation Carrots; title in North America: Looney Tunes: Carrot Crazy

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