History VideoGame / BugsBunnyLostInTime

6th Aug '17 4:59:48 PM UptownSurfer
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* TheUnfought: {{Downplayed}} with Witch Hazel, who seems to be the BigBad of the Medieval Period, but she is never fought as an actual boss. You simply deal with her by just dropping a bridge on her or tricking her into letting an anvil fall on her. Instead, you get to fight two guard as bosses, even though they are just a PaletteSwap of the other guards that appear as mooks.

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* TheUnfought: {{Downplayed}} with Witch Hazel, who Hazel. She seems to be the BigBad of the Medieval Period, but she is never fought as an actual boss. You simply deal with her by just dropping a bridge on her or tricking her into letting an anvil fall on her. Instead, you get to fight two guard guards as bosses, even though they are just a PaletteSwap of the other guards that appear as mooks.
6th Aug '17 4:58:14 PM UptownSurfer
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** The king mooks in the Medieval Period whenever they smash you with their mallets.
* TheUnfought: {{Downplayed}} with Witch Hazel, who seems to be the BigBad of the Medieval Period, but she is never fought as an actual boss. You simply deal with her by just dropping a bridge on her or tricking her into letting an anvil fall on her. Instead, you get to fight two kings as bosses, even though they are just a PaletteSwap of the other kings that appear as mooks.

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** The king guard mooks in the Medieval Period whenever they smash you with their mallets.
* TheUnfought: {{Downplayed}} with Witch Hazel, who seems to be the BigBad of the Medieval Period, but she is never fought as an actual boss. You simply deal with her by just dropping a bridge on her or tricking her into letting an anvil fall on her. Instead, you get to fight two kings guard as bosses, even though they are just a PaletteSwap of the other kings guards that appear as mooks.



* YouAllLookFamiliar: Most of the mooks. Applies to pirates, kings, knights, cavemen, security guards, and the bird-like aliens (Instant Martians).

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* YouAllLookFamiliar: Most of the mooks. Applies to pirates, kings, knights, cavemen, security guards, and the bird-like aliens (Instant Martians).
3rd Aug '17 9:14:24 PM UptownSurfer
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* HundredPercentCompletion: [[spoiler:If you beat the game leaving behind any clocks or golden carrots, you get a credits scene that depicts Nowhere. If you do get collect all of them, though, the credits scene shows Pismo Beach.]]

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* HundredPercentCompletion: [[spoiler:If you beat the game leaving behind any clocks or golden carrots, you get a credits scene that depicts Nowhere. If you do get collect all of them, though, the credits scene shows Pismo Beach.]]



* CaptainObvious: In the level selecting area of the Pirate Years, there is a sign that states youf are zero kilometers away from "here".

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* CaptainObvious: In the level selecting area of the Pirate Years, there is a sign that states youf you are zero kilometers away from "here".
2nd Aug '17 12:29:09 AM Rorosilky5
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* GottaCatchThemAll: The Alarm Clock symbols.

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* GottaCatchThemAll: The Alarm Clock symbols.symbols and Golden Carrots.
1st Aug '17 12:03:24 PM Rorosilky5
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Bugs Bunny, once again [[WrongTurnAtAlbuquerque taking a wrong turn at Albuquerque]], stumbles into a warehouse where he mistakes a TimeMachine for a carrot juice dispenser. He accidentally activates it, putting him in a time era known as Nowhere. There, he meets a [[MrExposition sorcerer named Merlin]] where he is guided to collect clock symbols and golden carrots to go back to the present.

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Bugs Bunny, WesternAnimation/BugsBunny, once again [[WrongTurnAtAlbuquerque taking a wrong turn at Albuquerque]], stumbles into a warehouse where he mistakes a TimeMachine for a carrot juice dispenser. He accidentally activates it, putting him in a time era known as Nowhere. There, he meets a [[MrExposition sorcerer named Merlin]] where he is guided to collect clock symbols and golden carrots to go back to the present.



* YouALLLookFamiliar: Most of the mooks. Applies to pirates, kings, knights, cavemen, security guards, and the bird-like aliens (Instant Martians).

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* YouALLLookFamiliar: YouAllLookFamiliar: Most of the mooks. Applies to pirates, kings, knights, cavemen, security guards, and the bird-like aliens (Instant Martians).
31st Jul '17 4:48:59 AM Rorosilky5
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* BigBad: 5 in each era:
** The Stone Age: Elmer Fudd
** The Pirate Years: Yosemite Sam
** The 1930s: Rocky and Mugsy
** The Medieval Period: Witch Hazel
** Dimension X: Marvin the Martian
31st Jul '17 1:53:12 AM Rorosilky5
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31st Jul '17 1:52:56 AM Rorosilky5
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* GottaCatchThemAll: The Alarm Clock symbols.



* MacGuffin: The Alarm Clock symbols.



* TimeTravel: As expected from the [[CaptainObvious title]], Bugs travels through Nowhere, the Stone Age, the Pirate Years, the Medieval Period, the 1930s and Dimension X (presumably the Future), collecting clock symbols to return to the Present.

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* TimeTravel: As expected from the [[CaptainObvious title]], title, Bugs travels through Nowhere, the Stone Age, the Pirate Years, the 1930s, the Medieval Period, the 1930s Period and Dimension X (presumably the Future), collecting clock symbols to return to the Present.
15th Jul '17 1:21:16 PM Aipom14
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* BonusLevel: There's a total of three ("Rabbit of Duck Season?", "La Corrida", and "Downhill Duck"). Each is inspired by a ''Looney Tunes'' short seperate from the time travel theme, they contain one clock each, and they're unlocked with golden carrots. Unlike other levels, they have to be opened up manually by walking up to them with enough golden carrots.

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* BonusLevel: There's a total of three ("Rabbit of ("Wabbit or Duck Season?", "La Corrida", and "Downhill Duck"). Each is inspired by a ''Looney Tunes'' short seperate from the time travel theme, they contain one clock each, and they're unlocked with golden carrots. Unlike other levels, they have to be opened up manually by walking up to them with enough golden carrots.



** The aforementioned ''Knight-mare Hare'' gets referenced several times, since it's the cartoon that Merlin originated from. Merlin turning Bugs into a pig, Bugs's "invented the penicillin" line, and the game's ending are all taken from the short. Its title card is also used for the level "The Carrot-Henge Mystery"

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** The aforementioned ''Knight-mare Hare'' gets referenced several times, since it's the cartoon that Merlin originated from. Merlin turning Bugs into a pig, Bugs's "invented "discovered the penicillin" line, and the game's ending are all taken from the short. Its title card is also used for the level "The Carrot-Henge Mystery"Mystery".
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