Animaniacs (アニマニアックス, Animaniakkusu) are a series of platform video games developed by Konami, based on the hit animated series of the same name. Two games were developed featuring significantly different gameplay and storylines; one for Super Nintendo Entertainment System, and one for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis and Game Boy. The SNES and Genesis versions were released in 1994, and the Game Boy version in 1995.
Animaniacs - Walkthrough
Animaniacs by RandyPandy ===== Table of Contents ===== I. Intro II. Characters III. Controls IV. Walkthrough a. Intro Stage b. Sci-Fi Stage c. Fantasy Stage d. Aquatic Stage e. Adventure Stage f. The Water Tower g. Ralph Mini-Stage h. Bonus Room i. Editing Room Stage V. Slot Machine VI. Game Script a. ...
When I worked on the GameBoy Advance title Animaniacs: Lights, Camera, Action! we also put together an official walkthrough for the game. The game was however severely delayed, and the walkthrough was forgotten and never publicly released. I found it on my hard drive the other day and though it deserves to be released as intended.
For Animaniacs on the Super Nintendo, GameFAQs has 3 guides and walkthroughs.
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For Animaniacs: The Great Edgar Hunt on the GameCube, GameFAQs has 1 guide/walkthrough.
For Animaniacs on the Genesis, GameFAQs has 1 guide/walkthrough.
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Genre: Comedy, Musical, Satire, Sketch, Educational, Slapstick
Created by: Tom Ruegger
Voices of: Rob Paulsen, Jess Harnell, Tress MacNeille, John Mariano, Chick Vennera, Maurice LaMarche, Frank Welker, Bernadette Peters, Nancy Cartwright, Julie Brown
Theme music composer: Richard Stone
Composer(s): Richard Stone, Steven Bernstein, Julie Bernstein, Gordon Goodwin, Carl Johnson, J. Eric Schmidt
Country of origin: United States
No. of seasons: 5
No. of episodes: 99 (274 segments)
Executive producer(s): Steven Spielberg
Producer(s): Tom Ruegger, Rich Arons, Sherri Stoner, Rusty Mills, Peter Hastings
Running time: 22 minutes
Production company(s): Warner Bros. Animation, Amblin Entertainment
Distributor: Warner Bros. Television Distribution
Original network: Fox Kids (1993–1995), Kids' WB (1995–1998)
Picture format: NTSC
Audio format: Stereo (1993–1995), Dolby Surround (1996–1998)
Followed by: Animaniacs (2020–present)
Related shows: Tiny Toon Adventures, The Plucky Duck Show, Freakazoid, Pinky and the Brain, Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain
Animaniacs is an American animated comedy musical television series created by Tom Ruegger for Fox Broadcasting Company's Fox Kids block, before moving to The WB in 1995 until the series ended in 1998 as part of its Kids' WB afternoon programming block. It is the second animated series produced by Steven Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment in association with Warner Bros. Animation, after Tiny Toon Adventures. It initially ran a total of 99 episodes, along with a feature-length film, Animaniacs: Wakko's Wish. Animaniacs is a variety show, with short skits featuring a large cast of characters. While the show had no set format, the majority of episodes were composed of three short mini-episodes, each starring a different set of characters, and bridging segments. Hallmarks of the series included its music, satirical social commentary, pop culture references, character catchphrases, and innuendo directed at an adult audience.