The characters from the Looney Toons cartoon have never had particularly good video games, be it Duck, Taz, Wile E. Coyote, Fast Gonzalez, or someone else entirely. Admittedly, some gamers have fond memories of the Bugs Bunny series, primarily those for PlayStation and PC. The first one, called Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time, came out on this day 23 years ago.
Lost in Time was a 3D platformer in which Bugs Bunny traveled through time with the help of a machine. He visited, among other things, the Stone Age, the Middle Ages, the era of pirates, but also the future, where he met various characters of the Looney Toons. The gameplay boiled down to collecting carrots - because what else can a rabbit do in a time it doesn’t belong to?
During the game, Bunny also had to learn some special moves, such as helicopter descent from a height using his long ears. Admittedly, the gameplay mechanics along with the controls were not at the top level compared to 3D platformers like Super Mario 64, Spyro the Dragon, and the like.
Consequently, Bugs Bunny: Lost in Time did not achieve any great success and picked up only mediocre grades. However, the game got a sequel to Bugs Bunny & Taz: Time Busters the following year, and another developer worked on it. As for the creators of Lost In Time, they are still active on the scene and have recently rolled out a horror game you know as Dead by Daylight.