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Looney Tunes: Twouble!

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Title Screen

Looney Tunes: Twouble!

Also known as: Sylvester and Tweety: Breakfast on the Run (EU)
Developer: Bit Managers
Publisher: Infogrames
Platforms: Game Boy, Game Boy Color
Released in US: December 1998
Released in EU: 1998


DevMessageIcon.png This game has a hidden developer message.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.
DebugIcon.png This game has debugging material.
LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.


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Elementary, my dear Cactus.
This needs some investigation.
Discuss ideas and findings on the talk page.
Specifically: There are almost certainly button codes for these, too.

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Miscellaneous tidbits that are interesting enough to point out here.
Notes

Level Select

Looney Tunes Twouble Level Select.pngLooney Tunes Twouble Level Display.png

Enable GameShark code 010132DE or 010532DE (the latter also enables the developer message), then hold A+B and press Select during gameplay (only works when unpaused). Press Left/Right to toggle the upper value, which denotes the level, and press Up/Down to toggle the lower number, which denotes the sublevel. Press A, B, or Start to go to the chosen level.

Additionally, levels can be skipped by pausing, holding A+B, and unpausing (does not work on the side scrolling levels).

This also adds a level number display to the top right of the screen. Top number denotes the level and bottom number denotes the sublevel.

(Source: Original TCRF research)

Developer Message

Looney Tunes Twouble Dev Message.png

Enable GameShark code 010432DE or 010532DE (the latter also enables the level select) to load a message from programmer Isidro Gilbert after the Infogrames and Warner Bros. copyright screens. The same message also appears in Die Maus, Otto's Ottifanten: Baby Bruno's Nightmare, Sea Battle, and Turok: Battle of the Bionosaurs.

Original Translation
PARA CAROL, CON TODO

MI AMOR... DE PARTE
DE ISIDRO, POR TODO
ESTE TIEMPO DE
FELICIDAD QUE ME HAS
DADO Y POR TODA LA
VIDA QUE AUN NOS

QUEDA POR COMPARTIR.
TO CAROL, WITH

ALL MY LOVE... FROM ISIDRO,
FOR ALL THE HAPPINESS
YOU'VE GIVEN TO ME
AND FOR ALL THE TIME

WE'VE YET TO SHARE TOGETHER.
(Source: Original TCRF research)

Unused Languages

In the European version, there are six languages that can be selected: English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, and Dutch. In the US version, only English, French, and Spanish can be selected. However, the German, Italian, and Dutch scripts are still in the ROM and can be accessed with GameShark code 01XX11DC, where XX is one of the following:

Value Language
00 English
01 French
02 Spanish
03 German (unused in US version)
04 Italian (unused in US version)
05 Dutch (unused in US version)


Regional Differences

Language Select

US Europe
Looney Tunes Twouble Language Select.png Sylvester and Tweety Breakfast on the Run Language Select.png 

The language select in the European version includes options for German, Italian, and Dutch.

Title Screen

Sylvester and Tweety Breakfast on the Run Logo.png

The European version has an extra logo.

US Europe
Looney Tunes Twouble Title.png Sylvester and Tweety Breakfast on the Run Title.png 

And the subtitle was changed on the title screen proper.