Looney Tunes World: What is it and How to Conquer it
Looney Tunes is not just a toon-collecting game: It has a world of enormous size that can be considered a game in itself. There are many things you can do in this world, and you may need help because it is quite a unique mechanic. We have prepared this guide for those who want to spend a more productive and enjoyable time in the world of Looney Tunes. To conquer the World of Mayhem in an easy and fast way, keep reading.
What Is The Looney World?
Shortly after you start the game, you will unlock the “Looney World”. You may be a little surprised when you activate this feature for the first time because the camera will switch to an isometric angle and the game will suddenly look like a “town-building” game.
Actually, there’s nothing you need to build. But the world is so great that you have a hard time understanding what to do at first. In the screenshot above, you see only a limited area. Every 10 levels, a new area of the world opens. It takes a few seconds even to go from one area to another! At the time of this review, the final area was unlocked at 40. This also determines the current character level limit. However, as can be seen from the blueprints on the interface, this limit will increase with future updates and the world will grow even more.
So, what can you do in this world? The first thing that will draw your attention is the toons roaming around the world. When you click on one, you will see the following screen:
The main idea here is that every toon has a house in this world. First, you must restore that house. This process requires a certain amount of coins each time. After restoring a house, the toon moves there. After that, you can start giving specific tasks to him.
The tasks are determined by the themes of the toons and are different from each other. For example, Syl Jr. can complete fishing-themed missions. However, all tasks have two common features:
- It takes time to complete them. This period ranges from 20 minutes to 2 hours. However, according to the kind of reward at stake, this period could be even They all give out in-game resources as a reward. These resources are particularly important for tuning-up your toons. Because world tasks are the most efficient way of collecting these resources required for this process.
The most important thing you need to understand here is that if you want to develop a specific toon, you must give it regular and continuous tasks. In addition, you must also upgrade the toon’s house.
Each house can be upgraded to up to three levels and after each process, the reward yield of the tasks increases. Level 3 is the final upgrade level. After that, tasks start to give toon pieces as a reward too. In other words, you are not limited to the “re-atomizer” to activate a particular toon. You can do this by completing the tasks of Looney World too. Moreover, since the re-atomizer results are random, it will take time to collect all the parts of a particular toon. However, in Looney World, you can focus on any toon you want.
In a fully upgraded house, you can assign three different tasks to each toon. If you do this regularly, you will get a steady stream of resources. “Dynamite” and “anvil” are among the most popular rewards. Both are used for the tune-up process and are therefore of great importance for developing a toon.
Navigating The World
There will be something else that will draw your attention while wandering around the world: There is a transparent bubble around some houses.
That means you haven’t activated the toon that owns that house yet. This is a unique feature of Looney World: You can only restore the houses of the toons you have collected. If the “restore” option does not appear, it means that you did not add that toon to your army yet.
So, after activating a new toon, the first thing you need to do is to go to Looney World and find his house and restore it. After a while, you will have a large number of houses and you will have difficulty in identifying them individually. By following these tips, you can make your job easier:
- If you see a red-colored house symbol on a toon, it means that you can restore its house. Make sure there is no toon with this symbol on the world. Toons without houses are useless.
- If you see a yellow exclamation mark on a toon, there are new tasks you can give him. Tasks have a certain number limit, so don’t make random choices. Identify the toons you want to develop and use only them for missions.
- Initially, only 3 tasks can be active at a time. When you reach level 30, you can execute up to 5 tasks at the same time. When you reach this level, you will have many more than 5 toons, so remember to choose wisely as we mentioned above. Your resources are limited and you should spend them only on the toons you want to focus on.
- You can instantly complete a task using gems. As the duration of the task increases, the number of gems required for this will also increase. We do not recommend you to take advantage of this feature because the gems are also used for the atomizer/summon process. Instead, start the longest tasks right before you log off the game.
Looney World is a fun and big world, you can spend hours here. But do not let its size scare you: You now know what to do in this huge world and what you need to pay attention to. If you want to find out more about Looney Tunes, read our other guides too. We reviewed each feature of the game separately and provided tips to make your work easier. It’s time to go back to the game: Hundreds of toons to collect and a whole world to build is waiting for us!