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Revision as of 15:12, 8 January 2018

North American box art.

Tiny Toon Adventures: Babs' Big Break is a platform action game developed and published by Konami for the Game Boy in 1992. It features the Tiny Toons characters.

I played this game after seeing it highly ranked on lists of the best Game Boy games. I ended up beating it the very first time I played it.


I do not own the game, but I have beat it.


  • Overall: 3/10
  • Best Version: Game Boy


  • The graphics are large, well-drawn, and thematic to the series.
  • Konami really crammed a lot of Tiny Toons characters into the game.
  • The mini games are fun and give nice breaks from the levels.


  • Each of the three playable characters are very similar, only their weapon functions differently. It would have been nice to give each slightly different movement abilities.
  • Despite giving each level its own graphics, the bulk of it felt too similar.
  • It's pretty easy to farm lives in the mini games, especially the race game, and, as such, the game is very easy to beat.


  • Despite the game being called "Bab's Big Break" you never play as Babs, and she merely acts as a plot device for the male characters.