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Looney Tunes: Back in Action (GameCube, PlayStation 2)

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Title Screen

Looney Tunes: Back in Action

Developer: Warthog[1]
Publisher: Electronic Arts[1]
Platforms: GameCube, PlayStation 2
Released in US: November 19, 2003[1] (PS2), November 24, 2003[1] (GCN)
Released in EU: January 30, 2004[1]

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A generic platformer based on the movie.


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Debug Menu

The codes listed below will replace the pause menu with a debug menu.

042592E0 00000000 202D2128 00000000

Looneytunesbia debug.png

Option Effect
Continue Game Closes debug menu.
Map Screen Returns to map screen.
Hud Display Enables/disables HUD.
Chall Display Enables/disables talking character bubble.
AI Disable Enables/disables enemy AI.
ScreenShot Mode Moves the camera freely and enables free character placement. It may freeze the game at times.
Edit Sound Info Changes the volume of the music and sound effects.
Camera Menu Changes camera coordinates. They may not function correctly on certain levels.
Cut Scenes Watch any of the movie clips in the game.
Debug Warp Warp to select points in a hub world.
Bugs Parameters Change Bugs Bunny's attributes, such as walking speed, jump height, etc. It may freeze the game.
Daffy Parameters Change Daffy Duck's attributes, such as walking speed, jump height, etc. It may also freeze the game.
(PS2 Code: Punk7890)

Debug Camera

Applying the below code will enable a free camera mode when pausing the game. Press Triangle to warp the player to a new camera location. Pressing L2 would have saved a screenshot to a network path.

Looneytunesbia - debug camera.png

202D2120 00000001
(Source: Punk7890 (PS2 code))

Error Messages

Present throughout boot.dol are some interesting error messages, these are also present in the PlayStation 2 version's executable:

We're in some mad state here we're not meant to be in.  Tell Keith!!!  s_eFrontEndState = %d
Unknown result from BIASaveState_CheckCard(). Tell Keith!!!
Cannot Find Scene Press Pad to continue
Duplicate emitter class names: "%s" Edit .lvl files to avoid name conflict
File server function not available in non debug mode

Build Date

To do:
Other versions, maybe?

Present in the boot.dol and SLES/SLUS files, respectively:

Version Address Build Date
US GCN 0x182490
( Oct 28 2003 12:41:47)
EU PS2 0x1E2320
( Oct 24 2003 17:18:02)