Game

The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle II

The first sequel to the action-puzzle platformer Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle, with new enemies and puzzles. It's also known in some regions as either a Mickey Mouse game or a Hugo game.

Overview

The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle 2 (also known in-game as The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle II) is a 2D action-puzzle platformer developed and published by Kemco for the Game Boy on September 1991 in North America.

The sequel to The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle, it was originally released in Japan on April 26, 1991 as Mickey Mouse II (featuring the cartoon mouse of the same name) and in Europe on 1992 as Mickey Mouse and later on September 13, 1995 by Laguna as Hugo (featuring the cartoon troll of the same name).

Players control Looney Tunes icon Bugs Bunny as he must save Honey Bunny again, this time in the castle of the nasty Witch Hazel. Instead of collecting carrots, he must now open special locked doors by collecting keys scattered throughout the level. Along the way, he encounters new enemies, including Taz, Foghorn Leghorn, and Spike the Bulldog.

The "Bugs Bunny" version was later bundled in a single cartridge with The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle in Japan on December 19, 1997 as Bugs Bunny Collection. Both this version and the European "Hugo" version are unique as it supports the Super Game Boy with unique borders.

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