Looney Tunes World of Mayhem

LQ: 9.3


Brain grade: 9.0
Fun score: 9.6

Looney Tunes World of Mayhem
Game Type: , , ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+ Platform/Console: , , LWK Recommended Age: 10+ Thinking Skills Used: ,

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Looney Tunes World of Mayhem takes the classic Looney Tunes characters and places them in the currently popular battle game format. The player starts with Bugs Bunny as their only character. They then face off against Marvin the Martian, who is attempting to take over the world. Each character has stats that determine how strong he or she is and a set number of offensive and defensive moves. Bugs Bunny, for example, starts with an exploding present move (that damages all the opposition), a falling safe move (that damages one enemy), and a move that stuns one enemy.

The player also collects materials to upgrade characters and unlock new characters. As they advance into higher levels, the player unlocks things like banks, brawls, and alliances. Daily login bonuses, quests, free crates, and a lottery wheel also provide the player a chance to collect new materials and characters.

Looney Tunes World of Mayhem has in-app ads and purchases. The ESRB rated it E10+ and LW4K stands by this rating.

Looney Tunes World of Mayhem helps kids practice and improve the following skills:

FlexibilityLooney Tunes World of Mayhem

Adapting and adjusting to changing conditions and expectations.

In this game, every battle the player enters requires them to choose their team. In order to select the strongest team, the player needs to be flexible. Different characters have different strengths, stats, and levels. And some of them even trigger special moves or bonuses when facing specific characters (like Yosemite Sam gets bonuses if Bugs Bunny is on the opposing team). This means that even if Bugs Bunny is a strong character, the player needs to be flexible when Yosemite Sam is on the field.

There are also multiple locations in the game (such as the forest versus the town). Each of these locations has a set of toons specific to it. The game requires that at least one toon specific to the location be included in a team going into battle at that location. This forces the player to be flexible. If the player isn't coping with these changes, adapting to the new obstacles, and trying new things, they will have a harder time winning and may even lose battles. If they start losing battles, they will be unable to obtain items needed to update their characters and unlock new ones.


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There are a lot of collectible and upgradable parts in this game. This means that the player will need to use their planning skills, both long-term and short-term, in order to best play this game. Deciding which character to upgrade next depends on which materials a player has and how easy it is to collect more of the same, as well as which characters are best suited to the next battle. They also have to plan out which characters to have working on a job, going into battle, and protecting loot at the banks. This creates a giant puzzle of which characters should go where and requires the players to use their problem solving skills. If they don't use all of their planning abilities, they will lose loot, fail battles, and run short on supplies. All of this will make it difficult to advance in the game and earn new characters.

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