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Animaniacs: The Great Edgar Hunt (2005)

An evil director steals all the Edgars before the WB awards ceremony. Unfortunately, his assistant crashes their blimp into the water tower, freeing the Warner siblings. It's up to them to find all the Edgars before the ceremony goes on.

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Tom Ruegger (creator: Animaniacs)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Jess Harnell ... Wakko Warner / Big Chief Sitting Bison (voice)
Maurice LaMarche ... Brain / Igor (voice)
Tress MacNeille ... Dot Warner / Mary Hartless (voice)
Rob Paulsen ... Yakko Warner / Pinky / Dr. Otto Scratchansniff (voice)
Billy West ... C.C. Deville / Sheriff Marion (voice)
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An evil director steals all the Edgars before the WB awards ceremony. Unfortunately, his assistant crashes their blimp into the water tower, freeing the Warner siblings. It's up to them to find all the Edgars before the ceremony goes on.

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Genres:

Adventure | Comedy

Certificate:

E
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 September 2005 (USA) See more »

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Nostalgic escapism
19 September 2013 | by newsfopSee all my reviews

Appreciation for this game hinge heavily on whether you're a fan of the original show. The cut scenes in particular are packed with riotous humor that people have known and loved from the '90s. I can't say for certain why this game ended up being made so long after the cancellation of the series, but I'm thankful nonetheless. It's a simple 3D platformer game where each playable character has a unique skill once you unlock it that helps complete the story 100%. There's plenty of collectibles to discover. It's not a super long game, but it's definitely a lot of fun. Most of the boss battles are easy and follow the rule of three when you're taking them on. A lot of the on-screen instructions are self-explanatory as well. "Animaniacs: The Great Edgar Hunt" follows in the footsteps of many greater games, but it's not a bad way to spend some time relaxing. The theming on each level is clever which has me coming back again and again for replayability.


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