Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster's Hidden Treasure
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|Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster's Hidden Treasure|
|System(s): Sega Mega Drive|
|Number of players: 1|
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Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster's Hidden Treasure is an exclusive Sega Mega Drive game developed by Konami. It was the first Mega Drive game to use the Tiny Toon Adventures franchise by Warner Bros., following several others on the NES and Game Boy. It was not released in Japan, but it was released in South Korea, where it was called just Tiny Toons Adventures.
Buster's Hidden Treasure is a platformer heavily inspired by Sonic the Hedgehog. The player controls Buster Bunny who runs through several stages jumping on the heads of enemies.
The game employs a one button control scheme. Enemies can be defeated by jumping on their head. Similar to Sonic, Buster Bunny continuously gets faster while running. Pushing down while running makes him perform a sliding attack, which also slows him down considerably. Small carrots serve as pickup items. Stages can be selected in a Super Mario World fashion. In order to increase visual variety, many stages feature recolored tile sets.
The game is region locked, but content wise the various versions are identical. The PAL version plays at correct speed when booting in 50Hz mode, then switching to 60Hz after the Sega logo.
- Game Program: Hidenao Yamane, Osamu Maruyama, Kohji Toyohara, Katsuyoshi Endoh, Isao Akada
- Graphic Design: Yoshiharu Kambe, Kenji Fujioka, Hitoshi Matsuda, Takemasa Miyoshi, Takayuki Nishiwaki
- Sound Design: Shinji Tasaka, Tsuyoshi Sekito, Hideto Inoue
- Visual Design: Masahiro Yoshihashi
- Special Thanks: Gozo Kitao, Rory Donnelly, Mike Gallo, Judy Steel, all staff members at Konami Inc., Yutaka Haruki, Kazuhiro Aoyama
- Source: In-game credits
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|Mega Drive, SE (Rental)|
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