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** Toward the end of the game, when the rocket that Taz is on is about to crash-land into Tasmania, he presses the red "brake" button and stops the rocket in mid-air, in a scene reminiscent of ''WesternAnimation/FallingHare'' and ''WesternAnimation/HareLift''.


* PowerUpFood: Fruit, burgers, loaves of bread, and cakes with regular candles all restore lost health.

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* PowerUpFood: Fruit, ham, burgers, loaves of bread, roast turkey, and cakes with regular candles all restore lost health.

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* PowerUpFood: Fruit, burgers, loaves of bread, and cakes with regular candles all restore lost health.


* BigBoosHaunt: The Haunted Castle, which serves the fifth world. Like Mexico, it deviates from the game's SpaceZone theme.

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* BigBoosHaunt: The Haunted Castle, which serves as the fifth world. Like Mexico, it deviates from the game's SpaceZone theme.


'''Taz In Escape From Mars''' is a 1994 UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis game featuring ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' star Taz the Tasmanian Devil. It is the sequel to the first ''[[VideoGame/TazManiaSega Taz-Mania]]'' game on the Genesis, in terms that it shares a similar design and concept. However, ''Escape From Mars'' is more based on the classic ''Looney Tunes'' shorts, rather than the ''WesternAnimation/TazMania'' cartoon.

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'''Taz ''Taz In Escape From Mars''' Mars'' is a 1994 UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis game featuring ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' star Taz the Tasmanian Devil. It is the sequel to the first ''[[VideoGame/TazManiaSega Taz-Mania]]'' game on the Genesis, in terms that it shares a similar design and concept. However, ''Escape From Mars'' is more based on the classic ''Looney Tunes'' shorts, rather than the ''WesternAnimation/TazMania'' cartoon.



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* TheWildWest: Mexico, which serves as the fourth world, and the first one that deviates from the game's SpaceZone theme.

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* TheWildWest: Mexico, which serves as the fourth world, and the first one that deviates from the game's SpaceZone theme.theme.
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* BullfightBoss: The boss of the Mexico level is none other than Toro the Bull(from the ''WesternAnimation/BullyForBugs'' cartoon).

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* BullfightBoss: The boss of the Mexico level is none other than Toro the Bull(from Bull (from the ''WesternAnimation/BullyForBugs'' cartoon).


'''Taz In Escape From Mars''' is a 1994 UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis game featuring ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' star Taz the Tasmanian Devil. It is the sequel to the first ''Taz-Mania'' game on the Genesis, in terms that it shares a similar design and concept. However, ''Escape From Mars'' is more based on the classic ''Looney Tunes'' shorts, rather than the ''WesternAnimation/TazMania'' cartoon.

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'''Taz In Escape From Mars''' is a 1994 UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis game featuring ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' star Taz the Tasmanian Devil. It is the sequel to the first ''Taz-Mania'' ''[[VideoGame/TazManiaSega Taz-Mania]]'' game on the Genesis, in terms that it shares a similar design and concept. However, ''Escape From Mars'' is more based on the classic ''Looney Tunes'' shorts, rather than the ''WesternAnimation/TazMania'' cartoon.


''Taz In Escape From Mars'' is a 1994 UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis game featuring ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' star Taz the Tasmanian Devil. It is the sequel to the first ''Taz-Mania'' game on the Genesis, in terms that it shares a similar design and concept. However, ''Escape From Mars'' is more based on the classic ''Looney Tunes'' shorts, rather than the ''WesternAnimation/TazMania'' cartoon.

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''Taz '''Taz In Escape From Mars'' Mars''' is a 1994 UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis game featuring ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' star Taz the Tasmanian Devil. It is the sequel to the first ''Taz-Mania'' game on the Genesis, in terms that it shares a similar design and concept. However, ''Escape From Mars'' is more based on the classic ''Looney Tunes'' shorts, rather than the ''WesternAnimation/TazMania'' cartoon.

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* SegmentedSerpent: The boss of Planet X is a snake-like monster, whose weak point is his tail. With each hit, a piece of his body bursts off.


* AliensAreBastards: Given that the entire game is set in outer space, most of the enemies you'll encounter are aliens.

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* AliensAreBastards: Given that the entire game is set in outer space, most of the enemies you'll encounter are aliens.aliens who seem to follow Marvin's typical thinking of Earthlings as animals below him who can be taken and displayed in a zoo for the higher life-forms entertainment.


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* BullFightBoss: You fight one in the Mexico level.

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* BullFightBoss: You fight one in BullfightBoss: The boss of the Mexico level.level is none other than Toro the Bull(from the ''WesternAnimation/BullyForBugs'' cartoon).


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''Taz In Escape From Mars'' is a 1994 UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis game featuring ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' star Taz the Tasmanian Devil. It is the sequel to the first ''Taz-Mania'' game on the Genesis, in terms that it shares a similar design and concept. However, ''Escape From Mars'' is more based on the classic ''Looney Tunes'' shorts, rather than the ''WesternAnimation/TazMania'' cartoon. The plot centers around Taz being kidnapped by Marvin the Martian as a zoo exhibit and trying to find his way back home to Tasmania.

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''Taz In Escape From Mars'' is a 1994 UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis game featuring ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' star Taz the Tasmanian Devil. It is the sequel to the first ''Taz-Mania'' game on the Genesis, in terms that it shares a similar design and concept. However, ''Escape From Mars'' is more based on the classic ''Looney Tunes'' shorts, rather than the ''WesternAnimation/TazMania'' cartoon. cartoon.

The plot centers around Taz being kidnapped by Marvin the Martian as a zoo exhibit and trying to find his way back home to Tasmania.


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* AliensAreBastards

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* AliensAreBastardsAliensAreBastards: Given that the entire game is set in outer space, most of the enemies you'll encounter are aliens.


* AdvancingWallOfDoom: The OneHitKill drilling machine in Act 2 of Mole World that takes up half the screen. You do get to fight it as a boss in the following act.

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* AdvancingWallOfDoom: The OneHitKill drilling machine in Act 2 of Mole World that takes up half the screen. You do get to fight it as a boss in the following act.



* EverythingTryingToKillYou: Mole World Act 2.

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* EverythingTryingToKillYou: Mole World Act 2.2, which features spikes, hostile moles, drills, conveyor belts, and one hell of an [[AdvancingWallOfDoom Advancing Wall of Spiky Whirling Death]].



* FreeFallFight: The battle against the drilling machine in the third act of Mole World, that previously chased him throughout act two.

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* FreeFallFight: The battle against the drilling machine in the third act of Mole World, that previously chased him throughout act two.World boss fight takes place in a bottomless mining shaft.



** The boss of Mars is a giant subterranean alien creature whose eyes are its weak point. It would be impossible to defeat if it didn't open its eyes.
** The boss of Mole World is the drilling machine that chased Taz in the previous act. While the boss is difficult, it would be outright impossible if the pilot didn't open the hatch so Taz could hit it.

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** The boss of Mars is a giant subterranean alien creature elephant/slug hybrid whose eyes are its weak point. It would be impossible to defeat if it didn't open its eyes.
** The boss of Mole World is the drilling machine that chased Taz in the previous act.a hovering mining machine. While the boss is difficult, it would be outright impossible if the pilot didn't open the hatch so Taz could hit it.


* TheWildWildWest: Mexico, which serves as the fourth world, and the first one that deviates from the game's SpaceZone theme.

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* TheWildWildWest: TheWildWest: Mexico, which serves as the fourth world, and the first one that deviates from the game's SpaceZone theme.

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