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    The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle 3

    Game » consists of 3 releases. Released Jul 18, 1997

    The third installment of the Crazy Castle series brings the titular Looney Tunes mascot's puzzle-platforming adventure to the Game Boy Color. Its original Japanese release is actually a Kid Klown game.

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    The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle 3 last edited by reverendhunt on 01/12/24 01:19AM View full history


    It's Crazy Castle, but in color!
    It's Crazy Castle, but in color!

    Bugs Bunny: Crazy Castle 3 is a 2D puzzle-platformer developed and published by Kemco for the Game Boy Color in Japan on January 29, 1999, with an overseas version sometime after.

    The third main installment of the Crazy Castle series, it was originally released in Japan as a Game Boy game on July 18, 1997, where it was named Soreyuke!! Kid: Go! Go! Kid and starred Kemco's mascot Kid Klown. The "Bugs Bunny" re-release, as well as the Bugs Bunny Collection compilation, establishes the series' numerical installments in Japan.

    Much of the gameplay remains similar to its predecessor, with players guiding Looney Tunes mascot Bugs Bunny around a labyrinth collecting keys to open a locked exit door while dealing with other Looney Tunes characters (such as Daffy Duck and Elmer Fudd) using traps and other weaponry.

    The game's story involves Bugs (or Kid Klown, in the original Japanese version) finding an antique book containing information about lost treasure hidden in an old castle, and then setting out to find that treasure.


    The goal of each stage in Crazy Castle 3 is to collect all of the keys and then exit through the locked door. There are several enemy characters, that if touched will result in a lost life. There are also several power ups that can be obtained to help complete each level.

    When a new game is started the player will have 3 lives with 4 continues. Once all of these have been used up it will be game over. Crazy Castle 3 utilizes a password save system.


    • A Button - Pressing the A button will either use the current power up or will activate a switch.
    • B Button - Pressing the B button will just do the same actions as pressing the A button.
    • Start Button - Pressing the start button will pause the game, or if the game is already paused it will un-pause it.
    • D-Pad - Pressing the D-Pad left or right will move the character in that direction while moving the D-Pad up or down will climb or descent ladders.

    Other Appearances

    Music from this game can be heard in one scene from the movie 500 Days of Summer. We never actually see the Game Boy that the actor is holding below frame, but the soundtrack is clearly Crazy Castle.


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