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Looney Tunes: World of Mayhem - You're Welcome World Reveal Trailer

Mobile entertainment network Scopely recently announced the development of Looney Tunes: World of Mayhem, a mobile multiplayer role-playing game that features all the usual Looney Tunes characters as well as the series’s iconic collection of weapons including anvils, boulders and an array of ACME devices. Filled with player on player action, the game is already available for pre-registration on Google Play and will release fully this fall on iOS and Android as a free download.

With over 70 iconic Looney Tunes, including the likes of Bugs Bunny, Duck Dodgers and Wile E. Coyote, players will have the ability to battle using ridiculous abilities in which there are an unlimited number of ways to wage prank-war across a number of different game modes.

“Working with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has been a privilege, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to help bring the legendary Looney Tunes IP to millions of its adult mobile gaming fans in such dramatic fashion,” commented Tim O’Brien, Chief Revenue Officer at Scopely. “The Looney Tunes are literally timeless, and the originators of over-the-top, animated slapstick comedy. World of Mayhem perfectly integrates that trademark contemporary humor into a mobile experience that gamers of all levels can pick up and play, while offering the deep Multiplayer RPG combat and builder gameplay that will engage them for months and years.”

Players will have the ability to collect and level-up their favourite Looney Tunes characters - including the much lovely Valkyrie Bugs Bunny - as well as shaping the world they play within by building their own “Toon Town”.

You can watch the trailer for Looney Tunes: World of Mayhem above.

Thomas Hughes

Thomas Hughes

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COMMENTS

Acelister
Acelister - 10:12am, 19th August 2018

No. We've gone too far now. 

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dominoid
dominoid - 07:00pm, 24th August 2018

I quite like to look of this. Even in 3D, the characters look like they should. I hope this isn't going to be a horrid cash-grab freemium title though. Looks like it probably will be though :(

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