Fifi is captured by the Forest Ghost, and after you rescue her, you go inside the castle, where the boss is a knight. It is required that you talk to these characters to help you out, plus it adds that cartoon episode-like scene that very much resemble the scenes from the actual cartoon series. Now it's up to Buster Bunny, Plucky Duck and Hamton — each with his own special way of fending off enemies to try and catch up with Babs before Monty carries out his dastardly designs on her. For Wolverine, however, he knocks and hurls block toward your direction and you may need some fast reflexes to dodge them. Other than that, there are virtually no differences. Large hearts will increase the player's life meter by one heart for the remainder of the level. Oh, for the enemies, once you kill them off, they don't re-spawn which should make your life a lot easier.
The player can also collect various power-ups. In this episode, Babs, the tiny actress with big aspirations, haplessly hops off to Downtown Acme Acres for training and work at the Acme Theater. From my own personal experience, the final boss fight against Montana Max requires patience, timing and getting his pattern down to a T, even if you have steady hands. And he's not going to let Babs' ambitions stand in his way. Along the way, players can collect gems that can be used to play one of two mini-games, and Race, which can earn you extra lives.
I have not found a single flaw in this game that's worth mentioning, making this a great classic Game Boy game that I wished received the gold medal in being a Million-Seller Award. Using one of three available characters, the player must traverse through four stages, culminating in a fight against Montana Max. Playing on Hard Mode will subtract one heart from your health bar. A for the Nintendo , released in 1992 by. Characters Despite the title of the game, Babs is not a playable character in Babs' Big Break. Overview Tiny Toon Adventures: Babs' Big Break is a platformer for the Nintendo Game Boy.
They may not be in your party but they help you out, adding to the story of your adventure. These bosses don't pose a big threat as long as you knock them out and getting their patterns of attack down. Small hearts restore one heart. For the race game, I like choosing Plucky Duck since I feel he runs faster, but that's just me. Buster, Plucky, and Hamton have to help Babs fulfill her destiny and defeat Montana Max.
It's one of those games that is easy to overlook, despite that it's based off of a popular cartoon, but it does present some intense challenges even for the seasoned video gamer. A little heart will add one heart to their health bar, while a big heart will extend it up to three. However, buying the theater will only result in an alternate dialogue sequence, as you'll still need to fight Monty. Each of the three player characters has different weapons. Each attack style works in various situations, and sometimes you'll have to incorporate trial and error to see which character will work best.
Outracing the opponent will earn you a bonus. The mini-games are Montana Mash, a game similar to the arcade classic Whac-A-Mole, and Race Against Toon, a simple run-to-the-finish-line game. Other end-stage bosses include Arnold the Pit Bull, Armor and Wolverine no, not the character from Marvel Comics. Monty asks about the gems you've accumulated through the game, and makes a proposition: if you have at least 500 gems, he may make a deal and settle without fighting by selling the theater to you. It flies like an underhand softball toss, and can reach high places. Shirley the Loon also provides way to traverse a large pitfall. If the player has collected 500 or more gems upon reaching the fight with Montana Max, he will offer to sell the theatre to the player.
However, the player loses half of their gems when losing a life. While , it is best to feed him chicken and fish, as urchins can hurt your character. I highly recommend you check this out! As the game begins, right away you notice a slight delay in the jumping and the landing. Each character wears different attire and whacks with a different object; Buster is dressed as Biff Vanderbunny and whacks with a cane, Plucky is dressed like a superhero and whacks with a hammer, and Hamton is dressed in his normal attire and whacks with a frying pan. The first part, you'd have to dive into the recessed holes and duck down to avoid getting run over by Monty's gigantic vehicle. There are four stages, of which throughout, a special helper , , , or assists. Her psychic abilities allow the player to cross on a floating carpet.
Ah yes, that catchy opening theme will sure make you hum the tune the rest of the day. Babs' Big Break slightly expands on this formula, however, including dynamic environments, such as traveling train cars that lose ambient light when passing under a bridge. . As you explore throughout the game, seeming it represents a style similar to Super Mario Bros, you'll enter into hollow tree trunks, which act like pipes, and you'll be given a chance to play a bonus game and win prizes. She slips away on an adventurous downtown journey to the Acme Theater. There is secret code that can be entered at the beginning of the game.
Gems can be collected and spent playing mini-games for more power-ups or extra lives. Montana Max wants to turn the theater into a spectacular safe to show off his money, so he's out to bring the curtain down on Babs. It's all up to Buster Bunny, Plucky Duck and Hamton to catch our favorite rising star before Monty catches her first! Instead, the player can chose to control either Buster Bunny, Plucky Duck, or Hamton Pig at will. In each level, the character will come across a special helper who can assist with getting through a tight spot. The best way to defeat them is to take out their hive first.
It bounces off the floor, walls, and ceiling. It's like playing a cartoon! However, this will only result in an alternate dialogue sequence, and the player will need to fight Montana Max. Keep moving forward and ducking down until he crashes into his own double doors to a room where you'll have the showdown of your life. Monty sits on a chair that bounces on an extended cylindrical spring allowing him to move and jump back and forth. The game is a platformer with four levels, where the player can play as Buster, Plucky, or Hamton, each with their own projectiles.