In the same way Ronald McDonald goes batty when the Hamburglar steals his precious meat patties (who wouldn't?), Bugs and Lola Bunny go crazy when mischievous hooligans gank their prized carrots--hence the name Carrot Crazy. In this 15-level platformer from Infogrames, it's your job to find your beta-carotene-rich veggies and do away with a few baddies like Yosemite Sam and many others in the process. The cartoon-inspired worlds--each made up of three stages--are called Treasure Island, Looney Town, Taz's Zoo, Marvin's Spaceship and Elmer's Forest. And yes, the straightforward names pretty much sum up the look and feel of each of the worlds, although the levels in each are varied. In addition, there are 10 bonus levels you can take part in if you find special hidden carrots.
You alternate between controlling Bugs and Lola from one level to the next. This throws in a little something extra to the somewhat simple gameplay and adds variety to the levels. What's more, each character has his/her own unique abilities to make it through a particular level. For example, Bugs uses a hammer, can tunnel underground and is stronger than Lola, allowing him to move big rocks and such (Warner Bros, cartoons were never politically correct). On the flip side, Lola uses a special umbrella to break her fall and glide to otherwise unreachable areas, can combat enemies with a huge rolling pin (now that's politically correct) and can also teleport (yes, that does say teleport). Both characters can fly thanks to their floppy ears.