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Tiny Toon Adventures Cartoon Workshop
Tiny Toon Adventures Cartoon Workshop cover.jpg
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Developer(s) Novotrade International
Publisher(s) Konami
Designer(s) Adonyi Gábor
Kováts Borbála
Orbán Nándor
Programmer(s) Mikolics Attila
Szöllősi György
Szenttornyai László
Composer(s) Magyari András, Gosztola Péter
Platform(s) NES
Release date(s)
  • December 1992 EU
Genre(s) Edutainment
Mode(s) Single-player

Tiny Toon Adventures Cartoon Workshop is an educational entertainment video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System based on Tiny Toon Adventures. It was developed by Novotrade and released by Konami on August 17, 1992.


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The game was an attempt to turn players of video games into directors. It also enabled them to completely control the direction of the cartoon by making them into screenplay writers, music composer, cinematographer, and set decorators.

Up to two characters can be featured on screen at once, with Buster, Babs, Plucky, Furrball, Calamity, and Little Beeper available for selection. The characters can be set in many different poses and situations, and the cartoons have a myriad of settings and backgrounds for the show to take place. There are also options for musical inserts, sound effects, captions, and editing features using an easy-to-use graphic user interface that resembles a watered-down version of most Windows 3.1 applications.

Saving the cartoon is not possible, however, unless one uses a VCR or other screen capture method. Cartoons created on this video game can only last up to five minutes, as opposed to the typical 28 minutes that Tiny Toon Adventures dedicated to their actual TV show.

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