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LOONEY TUNES WORLD OF MAYHEM QUICK REVIEW


LOONEY TUNES WORLD OF MAYHEM QUICK REVIEW

So, I grew up watching a lot of cartoons and one cartoon character that I liked watching back then was this guy, Bugs Bunny.


Now, I still like Bugs Bunny as a character but I don't watch a lot of Bugs Bunny cartoons anymore. I guess, I just grew old for Bugs Bunny cartoons.

Anyway, if you guys like Bugs Bunny or any of his Looney Tune friends then you might want to check out this mobile game called Looney Tunes World of Mayhem.

Looney Tunes World of Mayhem is advertised as an Action RPG mobile game with Looney Tunes characters in Google Playstore but, after playing the game, I think it's more like a Hero Collector / City Building mobile game.

Yes, the game does have a lot of action with Looney Tunes characters fighting each other in colorful and funny battles and with some roleplaying elements with characters leveling up but, without collecting any characters, you won't be able to do any fighting or leveling at all.

The game is also very easy to play. If you've played any mobile game where you collect heroes, champions, commanders and maybe even villains and have them go and fight copies of themselves then you won't have any problems playing Looney Tunes World of Mayhem.

Now, as a Hero Collector game, Looney Tunes World of Mayhem has a lot of characters to collect, campaigns to complete, battles to fight and players to beat. The general gameplay may feel similar to other Hero Collector games but they kinda did something different  with PvP.

Instead of getting rewards like when completing a campaign, you get to steal your opponent's crate. You can either open the crate immediately using a gem or you can put the crate in the bank, defend it with your characters and wait for it to open.

As I've said earlier, Looney Tunes World of Mayhem is also a City Building game. There is a World View where your characters can build their homes and do different kinds of task like digging a hole, walking the trail and others. You can also expand your world by unlocking new sections of the map.

Looney Tunes World of Mayhem has, for very obvious reasons, colorful and cartoonish graphics. The world and the characters are well animated and the combat sequences are fun and funny to watch.

The music in the game are bouncy, happy and fun to listen too. You'll even get hear and listen to classic sounds and voices made by the many different Looney Tunes characters.

Currently, I enjoy playing Looney Tunes World of Mayhem. Why? Well, it's easy and fun to play and there are enough elements for me to look forward to as I progress through the game like opening new areas of the world and collecting all those cute Looney Tunes characters.

Of course, there are also things that I don't like about the game but these are typically also the things I usually don't like in every free-to-play mobile games like the use of Energy because it stops you from playing and the purchasing of premium currency to basically buy power.

Fortunately, I'm a somewhat casual mobile gamer who doesn't really buy anything from the stores of all the mobile games that I play. I don't know, I guess, I just like playing games for free?

Anyway, if you guys like Bugs Bunny and enjoy playing Hero Collector mobile games then maybe you'll also enjoy playing Looney Tunes World of Mayhem. You can download it for free in the Google Playstore and in the iOS App Store.

By the way, I'm playing this game, Looney Tunes World of Mayhem, in my PC using an Android Emulator called Bluestacks 4.

Looney Tunes World of Mayhem




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