YMMV / Toonstruck

  • Cult Classic
  • Disappointing Last Level: Disc 2 sets the game in a much more contained and linear castle, without as much humour and maybe half the length of the first disc, and ends on a cliffhanger. It's obvious that it was compressed for time.
    • Another contrast with disc 1 is that Drew explores the castle without Flux at his side. Depending on the player's opinion of Flux, this could either be another disappointment, or a much-welcomed respite...
  • Ensemble Dark Horse: Spike the Clown is well-liked for his non-sequitur dialogue and generally being a surreal fellow. Ms. Fortune is also a popular character because certain people find her attractive.
  • Fridge Horror: Elmer's fate when the barn is affected by Count Nefarious' beam (It is strongly implied that the Malevolated Marge and Polly killed him and made him into glue).
    • In-game, the creepy door leading into Spike's padded cell is left open for obvious reentry during game time. However, it is creepy to think what a toon like Spike might do if he came to and saw an open door.
    • Where is this cell Fluffy Fluffy Bun Bun imprisoned the real King Hugh in?
  • Nightmare Fuel:
    • Count Nefarious is a tad on the creepy side in appearance, especially after seeing the heavily contrasted Cutopians. Not to mention the effects his ray has on the afflicted environments, such as twisting the Carecrow into what you'd expect a scarecrow to be like.
    • Spike the Clown is just plain...disturbing...
    • Wacme's owners, Woof and Warp, testing their abusing gadgets on each other. Especially the boxing glove gadget that literally punches Warp's brain out.
    • Wondering where Elmer went to and seeing the giant GLUE machine...
    • Seeing King Hugh act a little too happy about the completed Cutifier and then seeing that it's really a demented Fluffy Fluffy Bun Bun hellbent on corrupting the world to her liking
  • One-Scene Wonder: The aforementioned Spike the Clown has hilarious dialogue, but has very little significance in the story.
  • Tastes Like Diabetes: The Cutopians. The castle guards are a pair of armadillos whose main duty appears to be doing a little dance, and the bulk of the games in the arcade are nauseating fare with names like "Sweet Fighter". The disdainful Footman and conniving Fingers are actually kind of refreshing.
  • That One Puzzle: Due to Fake Difficulty, the "tipping over the stewpot" puzzle. What's worse, some high-end computers makes it downright impossible, though thankfully ScummVM remedies this.
  • They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: Fluffy Fluffy Bun Bun turning out to be evil and impersonating King Hugh is an awesome and hilarious plot twist which sadly ends up being not that important since immediately after the reveal Drew is whisked off to Nefarious' castle and Fluffy is never seen again.
  • What Do You Mean, It's Not for Kids?: Despite its sugarcoated appearance, it's actually a T-rated game because of its crude humor, innuendos, and often grim setting.