Tiny Toon Adventures 2: Trouble in Wackyland (NES) review "In the sequel, it seems a secret admirer has invited you to visit him at the fun house in an amusement park. Before you can get in, though, you must collect tickets from rides. You gain these only by successfully completing the rides. Things still don’t seem so bad. Then you try the different attractions and you realize something awful: they all suck."
For Tiny Toon Adventures 2: Trouble in Wackyland on the NES, GameFAQs has 1 guide/walkthrough, 2 reviews, 1 critic review, and 3 user screenshots.
See more videos for Tiny Toon Adventures 2 Nes Review
As it stands, Tiny Toons Adventures is a decent NES platformer that probably could have been a great one had Konami put just a little more thought into it. The character-swapping idea is really cool (something used in Mario 2 and later in Super Meat Boy ) and the game controls wonderfully, it’s just both too hard and too short to really be a classic.
"Inspired by Vash12349's playthrough of Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Busts Loose"★http://www.TheBrotherhoodofGaming.com★GAME: Tiny Toon Adventures 2: Trouble...
"Tiny Toon Adventures 2 モンタナランドへ ... Critic Reviews. Power Unlimited ... Unicorn Lynx (181471) added Tiny Toon Adventures 2: Trouble in Wackyland (NES ...
Customer Reviews Tiny Toons 2 The first Tiny Toons game for nes was great,So I was like I have to get tiny toons 2.This is nothing like the first game,It takes part in a amusement park "wacky land " and you have tickets, each ride takes a different amount of tickets..The "Toons" characters are all there, each ride has a different character..
Tiny Toon Adventures (NES) review. "For example, the fourth one consisted of little more than a brief series of jumps while dodging some sort of dog that occasionally sprinted at my character. After I got my timing down, so I’d avoid the dog’s charges, I realized it only took me about 10 seconds to do that entire part of the level.
Tiny Toon Adventures NES Review. It’s been known through various gaming reviewers than NES games based upon films were not the best in the library – typical examples cited are games based off of films such as Back To The Future, Jaws and anything that the glorious rainbow of LJN happened to produce in the late 80’s / very early 90’s.
7. They're Tiny, they're Toony, they're all a little loony, and thanks to Konami you can play on your TV By prometheusflame, updated 12/05/2005. 7. Were tiny, were toony and this game is a little screwy. By vgc2000, updated 12/22/2009.