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Tiny Toon Adventures: Cartoon Workshop Reviews (NES)

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Power Unlimited (Mar, 1994)
Nog zo'n spelletje voor de creatieveling. Met Cartoon Workshop maak je zelf je eigen korte filmpjes, met Tiny Toon karakters. Jammer dat er nooit een Super Nintendo versie is uitgekomen, want deze versie ziet er niet echt mooi uit.
60
ProGames (1993)
Cansou de ser apenas espectador? Que tal se tornar diretor de cinema, trabalhando com nada mais nada menos que os alunos mais promissores da Looniversidade? Com este cartucho você pode fazer seu próprio desenho animado com Perninha, Lilica, Plucky Duck, Frajuto, Colote Coió e Pequeno Bip. Só o Valentino não aparece: seu agente disse que ele só toparia participar se o nome do jogo fosse "Valentino Trocatapa Cartoon Workshop". Não é uma pena? (he, he, he!)
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Total! (Germany) (Aug, 1993)
Der komplette Workshop ist zwar an sich eine witzige Idee, nur wurde er auf der falschen Maschine programmiert. Auf dem Super Nintendo wären, ganz wie bei Mario Paint, mehr Möglichkeiten offen gewesen – auf dem NES leidet Euer Schaffensdrang allzuoft unter den Einschränkungen in allen technischen Bereichen. Sollte „Konami“ eine 16-Bit-Version planen, könnte die richtig gut werden. Die vorliegende NES-Fassung solltet Ihr aber lieber zugunsten eines gehaltvolleren Spiels (z.B. „Tiny Toons I“) links liegen lassen. Jung-Regisseure, die sich partout am eigenen Cartoon versuchen wollen, können sich das Programm mal anschauen.
40
Despite its obvious flaws, there is some fun to be had from seeing a creation come to life, but it is too basic to warrant any extended play. It looks great as the characters pop with color, but this sort of game belongs on a computer where limitations would be less of an issue.
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Questicle.net (Oct, 2013)
The game’s limitations (aside from the film editor) are striking, and as a result, your finished product will likely come across as a half-hearted imitation of a Tiny Toons cartoon. Cartoon Workshop is a well-intentioned idea executed on the wrong system. Budding young animators should look to computers for their kicks.