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Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Busts Loose!

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Title Screen

Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Busts Loose!

Also known as: Tiny Toon Adventures (JP)
Developer: Konami
Publisher: Konami
Platform: SNES
Released in JP: December 18, 1992
Released in US: February 1993
Released in EU: June 24, 1993

LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

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Stage Select


A stage select can be accessed when starting a new game by using Pro Action Replay (PAR) code 7E1D7E01.

At one point, the game had a way to enable this by pressing Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A (likely at the title screen), at which point a sound effect would play and the stage select would take effect upon starting the game.

The programming for this button code still exists at SNES address 86DB4D (US version), but is never referenced. The array of button values is stored at SNES address 81F6DC.

(Source: Original TCRF research)

Minigame Menu

TinyToonAdventures-BusterBustsLoose! Debug Password.pngTinyToonAdventures-BusterBustsLoose! MiniGame Debug.png

Entering Elmyra, Shirley, Calamity as a password will take you to a menu allowing you to play any of the between-stage minigames, and view the roulette wheel cutscene.

The selections in the menu itself do not use the actual names of each minigame. The table below tells which minigame corresponds to each selection.

Menu Name Minigame Name
Roulette Roulette Wheel cutscene
Squash Furrball's Championship Squash
Junction Hungry Boy Hamton
Maze Babs, Find Your Friends!
Bingo Plucky Duck's Go-Go Bingo
Seesaw Mystery Weight Challenge

Regional Differences

Title Screen

Japan US
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  • In the Japanese version, only Buster or Babs appear at the "The End" screen. In the western versions, they appear together.
  • The western version added J.Steel to the "Special Thanks" section of the credits.


  • To keep the Back to the Future joke, the speedometer that pops up during the cutscene at the end of the second stage is in kilometers per hour in the Japanese version and miles per hour internationally.
(Source: Legends of Localization)
  • The Japanese version has an extra password. Enter Gogo Dodo, Calamity Coyote, Little Beeper to go to Buster's Sky-jinx, the fifth level of the game. This doesn't work in the US and EU versions, likely due to the password system in those versions forcing the game's difficulty level to Children, which skips over said level.
(Source: veryhandsome])