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Acme Animation Factory

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Mode(s)  Single-player
Series  Looney Tunes
Genre  Educational game
Initial release date  November 1994
Publisher  SunSoft, Inc.
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Release date(s)  NA: November 1994 PAL: March 1995
Developers  SunSoft, Inc., Bandai, Acclaim Cheltenham
Platform  Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Similar  SunSoft - Inc games, Educational games

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Acme Animation Factory is an educational art and graphics video game released by Sunsoft on November of 1994 exclusively for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.

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Gameplay

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In Acme Animation Factory, the player is given a series of tools to create their own animated cartoons, using the Looney Tunes characters. The player can alter the graphics, music, and animation. When the cartoon has been created, it can be saved and replayed. Aside from that, card games such as Solitaire and Mix 'n' Match (a variation of the game Concentration) are playable.

The game is compatible with the SNES mouse.

Reception

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GamePro gave the game a positive review, saying that the variety of activities offered by the cart keeps the player engaged for long stretches. They also praised the graphics and the efficiency of the controls.

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References

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