Animaniacs (Animaniakusu) is a series of platform video games developed by Konami, based on the animated series of the same name. Two games were developed featuring significantly different gameplay and storylines; one for Super Nintendo Entertainment System, and one for the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis and Game Boy. The SNES and Genesis versions were released in 1994, and the Game Boy version in 1995.
In the SNES version, the Brain once again has another plan to conquer the world by deciding to steal the script of the new Warner Bros. film while it was under development. The CEO of Warner Bros. studio reluctantly asks the Warner Siblings for their assistance to retrieve all 24 pages of the script and foil the Brain’s plan, which is the primary objective of the game. The ending of the game depends on how many script pages are collected, with the best ending leading to Warner Bros. being able to complete the film, pleasing the CEO, only to find out that the film was about the Warner Siblings, which pleases them.
Players navigate the three characters through a linear, three-dimensional playing field. The primary objective of the game is to collect 24 pages of a script, with multiple pages being scattered around different areas of the studio, though the game can be completed without obtaining all of them. Scripts are hidden in stages, with them being placed in hard-to-reach areas and several hidden ones which are revealed by performing certain actions such as moving objects or interacting with characters.
The ending of the game, with three endings in total, alternates depending on how many scripts are collected. The game focuses more on parodies of films at the different stages, that are once more based on different genres of movies. Several stages feature boss sections, which must be defeated by harming them with certain objects. The final stage, the Editing Room, is unlocked after completing all the other stages, in which the player must defeat all the bosses previously fought in the form of a boss rush, following by a final battle with Pinky and the Brain.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES)
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Game Genie is the name for a selection of video game enhancers developed by Codemasters and distributed by Galoob in the United States.
Each device provides an opportunity to customize gameplay, allowing players to take advantage of features not originally intended by developers, such as cheating, altering elements within a game, as well as unlocking hidden functions and assets.
To use Game Genie codes on BSNES. Load the rom and head over to the tools tab. Select Cheat editor and insert your game genie code. Ensure the "enable cheats" box is ticked for the codes to take effect.
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