Looney Tunes: World of Mayhem

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David Chapman, Common Sense Media
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Wacky cartoon hijinks are fun but heavy with paywall issues.

Parents say

age 12+
Based on 1 review

Kids say

age 9+
Based on 2 reviews

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Ease of Play

Basic gameplay is simple and straightforward, with players choosing attacks and targets. But there's a surprising amount of strategy involved, including sorting out character teamwork and how the different friendships and rivalries affect battles.


This is pure Looney Tunes slapstick at its finest. There's extreme violence, such as dropping safes, shooting pistols, and shotguns, running folks over with cars, etc. The violence is cartoonish and silly in nature, with stunned characters seeing stars and defeated characters simply fading away.


The game is based on the popular Looney Tunes cartoons and its characters, as well as their variants, all pulled from the vast Warner Bros. library. There's also a lot of microtransactions and advertisements, including pushing an option for players to sign up for other services, games, etc. to earn extra premium in-game currency for "free."

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Looney Tunes: World of Mayhem is a mobile action game with light role-playing elements available for download on iOS and Android devices. The game brings together the zany stars of Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoons for turn-based team battles. There's a fairly steady stream of violence, though it's the over-the-top and unrealistic style cartoon violence that's long been a staple of the franchise. There's never any sort of blood or even injury, outside of spinning stars. The game does rely heavily on microtransactions and partnerships, which push players to either spend real money on in-game currency or to earn the gems by signing up for trials, demos, etc. of other apps or services. Read the developer's privacy policy for details on how your (or your kids') information is collected, used, and shared, and any choices you may have in the matter, and note that privacy policies and terms of service frequently change.

User Reviews

  • Parents say
  • Kids say
Adult Written byDale1962 April 26, 2021

Steals your money

After playing this game for a couple of years the company decided to upgrade the game. In this latest version they increased the cost and reduced the previous l... Continue reading
Kid, 10 years old July 26, 2021


This has the same content level as Looney Tunes, except for the sex part so I'll leave it at that.
Kid, 9 years old April 28, 2021


bug glitches online this is from soplay this is not looney tunes

What's it about?

All the slapstick hijinks and mischief of the timeless Merrie Melodies and Looney Tunes cartoons comes to mobile devices in LOONEY TUNES: WORLD OF MAYHEM. After one of Marvin the Martian's harebrained schemes to take over the world gets interrupted by a certain wascally wabbit, the resultant earth-shattering kaboom wrecks the world and fractures reality, scattering multiple versions of the Looney Tunes to the four winds. Now it's up to you to recruit your favorite Looney Tunes characters in some of their more memorable roles, such as Valkyrie Bugs, Duck Dodgers, and Sheriff Porky, and then build a team to take on other toons in over-the-top turn-based battles, complete with falling safes, giant mallets, and even the occasional Illudium Q-36 Explosive Space Modulator. You'll collect resources to level up your characters and teach them new tricks to keep up their sleeves, steal valuable Acme shipments from other players' teams, and defend your own crates from being purloined. You'll also build your own Looney Tunes town and show the world that whether it's duck season or rabbit season, a good laugh is always in season.

Is it any good?

Say what you will about modern weapons -- sometimes there's nothing more satisfying than a good old-fashioned safe falling out of the sky, hitting someone and leaving them seeing stars. At least, that the idea behind Looney Tunes: Worlds of Mayhem. The action RPG (role-playing game) does an amazing job of bringing all the slapstick humor of the classic Looney Tunes cartoons and adapting them into a zany mobile experience that's almost as much fun to watch as it is to play. The fighting, and especially the special moves, look like they could be scenes pulled straight from a modern remake of Merrie Melodies. It's silly fun, but with some light strategic elements, too. The key to winning battles, both in the campaign and in the player-versus-player battles, is paying attention to how the teams work together. Aside from class roles like support, fighter, etc., characters have specific relationships with one another, which can give them bonuses when teamed with or fighting against other toons.

As much fun as World of Mayhem is, though, the game does stumble somewhat into the pitfalls of certain free-to-play games. While it's easy to breeze through the initial stages and learn the ropes, once this initial grace period is over, things like energy and resources become extremely scarce. This is where the game pushes players hard to either spend money for in-game boosts or use one of the game's partnership offers to earn "free" gems. Of course, nothing in life is really free, and these offers usually require installing other unrelated apps, placing online orders, or signing up for subscription-based services. Naturally, you can skip these options and simply wait for things to recharge. Just be ready to wait a while and only play for a few minutes at a time. Still, if you're willing to take some time and you have the patience, Looney Tunes: World of Mayhem is a wacky bit of animated action that's a blast to play.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about violence and comedy in entertainment. How does the violence in cartoons differ from other, more realistic, portrayals of violence in media? What is the comedic appeal of the slapstick violence that's a staple of classic cartoons?

  • What are some of the pitfalls for players in the free-to-play game model? What are some of the risks involved with the partnership deals that require sign up or download of other products?

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