Gameplay and Concept. Players take control of the spinning Looney Tunes character Taz. Taz's goal is to eat every kiwi birds in every stage. You don't only get to eat the kiwis but also blue birds on the way and many other colored birds in other stages, the bushrats can also be eaten. Stages are divided by five acts and each of them have three stages. When all three stages are beaten, they go to a bonus game where they catch as many kiwis possible in order to obtain continues. Stages are endless so you have to eat every kiwi within both the limit of the little birds of every stage and within the time limit as well. There are many hazards such as holes, gaps, water gaps, glues on the ground, buses, Francis X. Bushlad shooting arrows, Dingo's false supplies, pterodactyls, Wendal T. Wolf, Bull Gator and Axl, and Taz's mom.
Sometimes Dingo will ride on his motorbike and give you an ACME box which sometimes contains meat, bones, rollerblades, spring shoes, and sometimes he could trick you with a punching glove and a dynamite. The game becomes a lot more fun later on, and at the same time frustrating because most enemies pop out of nowhere.
Music and Sound. The music songs sound similar to a Looney Tunes cartoon, which blows your mind away. However, some of the music themes can be dramatic and not catchy at all, like the Rainy Daze stage for example. Sound effects will also blow you away as you can hear Taz making funny sounds, and it's even more funny whenever he gets hit or falls down a gap. You'll laugh a lot as if you're watching a cartoon.
Rantings. Ok, what I don't like about this game, well, what bothers me of this game is that most of the time enemies will pop out of nowhere. Enemies I hated the most were Francis X. Bushlad, Wendal T. Wolf, Taz's mom, and also the hunters of Taz-Mania, Bull Gator and Axl. Some of the level designs are not that good at all, plus, the controls can be frustrating at times.
Good Aspects. This game has average replay value, and it's one of my favorite Looney Tunes video games. Another thing that I like is that developers did such a great job in making this game, though I enjoyed playing the Sega Game Gear and Genesis versions of Taz-Mania, which were good as well. Taz-Mania is one of my favorite childhood cartoons and I still love it up until this day.
Overall. This game is good, it'll make your laugh and sometimes be frustrated as the difficulty gets tougher the more you progress. This game gets a 7 out of 10.
God Bless and Play Hard Gamers!