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You are Drew Blanc, animator of The Fluffy Fluffy Bun Bun Show. Life hasn't exactly turned out the way you planned. Your boss, Mr. Schmalz, has it in for you. Your creativity has left town. And just when you think it can't get worse... it does. A freak accident involving electronics (don't ask) spins you headfirst into the WHACKED OUT and not-so-warm-and-fuzzy world of your own cartoon creations.

To get home, you'll need to unravel the secrets of these loony lands before they unravel you. Out smart demented clowns, out shock cross-dressing livestock, and outwit the diabolical Count Nefarious! Send someone an exploding turkey. Watch Spike the Clown torture balloon animals. And, if you've got any energy left, try preventing an all-out war between the cartoon forces of good and evil.

Toonstruck stars Christopher Lloyd and features Ben Stein, as well as the voice talents of Tim Curry, Dan Castellaneta and Dom DeLuise!
Release date
Interplay Productions
Age rating
10+ Everyone 10+

System requirements for PC

  • OS: XP and later
  • Processor: 0.3 GHZ
  • Memory: 20 MB RAM
  • Storage: 1200 MB available space

System requirements for macOS

OS X 10.7.0 or later.
Processor: Intel Core Duo 2GHz+,
Memory: 1GB of RAM,
Graphics: 64MB of video memory, Recommended two-button mouse, or Apple mouse with Secondary Button / Secondary Click enabled.
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System requirements for Linux

Ubuntu 14.04, Mint 17
Processor: 1 GHz Processor (1.4 GHz recommended)
Memory: 512MB RAM (1 GB recommended)
Graphics: 3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 9.0c
Mouse, Keyboard.
This game is powered by .
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Last Modified: Sep 17, 2019

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Toonstruck reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Spain
You Can See more reviews like this in the mentoring PIXEL 404 This Review does not contain spoilers When we talk about classic games we can always find two types of games. Or Those who were really good in their day but today are quite limited jugablemente talking, or those who still have more than 20 years behind their backs are still jewels regardless of the time that has passed. The graphic Adventures have a lot of cattle in this aspect, because their playable system has barely varied since the 90, so enjoying the classics does not vary practically in anything except for the graphics, but little more. Toonstruck is a clear example of this, and is one of the best comic-cutting adventures you'll ever find. At the end of the 80 and early 90 it was not uncommon to include real actors with cartoons, as seen in "Who cheated Roger Rabbit?" with Bob Hoskins or "Cool World" with Kim Basinger, so this was the formula chosen to create this fantastic Avent Ura, starring Christopher Lloyd, famous for his role as "Doc" in "Back to the Future" or for his role as "Foul" in "The Addams Family." The argument, without going into many details for you to discover, goes from a cartoonist who is obliged in his company to create more characters for a series of drawings, and have to be similar to the big star of the chain: a adorable and cheesy bunny more not able. He reluctantly agrees because he has other more interesting ideas, but that night he falls asleep on his desk and is teleported to the world of drawings he created, where he will accompany his first drawing created: "Flux Tarambana". From there, you'll have to find out what's going on in that world and try to fix everything so you can go home. And While we're at it, we can recreate the view beautifully, as the whole game is hand-painted, except the main character that was digitized. The end result is great, even today, creating an atmosphere such that it seems that we are playing and watching a cartoon movie, and will not be uncommon cinematics really fun and hilarious that give the title an extra Quality and entertainment. Really the technical aspect, to be a game of 1996, is simply spectacular. But Best of all, that's the least important aspect of it. The game as such is magnificent. The puzzles are really well implemented, and they are neither simple nor too complex, nor complicated and meaningless. And that has great merit, because the world where the adventure develops is totally crazy and in constant frenzy, something that could have caused the puzzles to lacked the same sense as their own characters, but it really is not, and everything works Perfectly and you won't be able to find a single puzzle that doesn't make sense. On the other hand the music and dubbing are really good, but unfortunately the game on Steam is not in Spanish. However, if you have a copy of the original game, you can replace the files without fear because everything will work perfectly and you can enjoy this extraordinary adventure in perfect Castilian. And the "perfect" is important, because rarely you can hear a Spanish dubbing so superb in a video game. It'S simply masterful of the work they did. To meet the homosexual scarecrow bent in that way, or with the masochistic cow, with the Irish-Basque innkeeper, or with any kind of character really, because not one of them has a dubbing in Spanish less than 10. That's guaranteed. So to summarize, we have some graphics and animations really worked, a hilarious and entertaining story, a playable system really balanced, neither very difficult nor very easy, some logical puzzles, a very successful music with the universe that recreates and a Dubbing, DIY, just outstanding. What else do you need? Little more would I say. Toonstruck was won in its own right to be one of the best graphic adventures that have come to market, and now we can enjoy it equally without losing a whit of quality and entertainment. It is certainly a must for any fan of graphic adventures, regardless of the age you have.
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