|Soreyuke!! Kid: Go! Go! Kid|
|Preceded by||Mickey Mouse: Magic Wands!|
|Followed by||The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle 4|
|Japanese title||それゆけ！！ キッド Go! Go! Kid|
|Bugs Bunny: Crazy Castle 3|
|Japanese title||バックス・バニー クレイジーキャッスル3|
|System(s)||Game Boy Color|
Bugs Bunny: Crazy Castle 3 (バックス・バニー クレイジーキャッスル3 Bakkusu Banī Kureijī Kyassuru 3?) is a platform game developed by Kemco as part of the Crazy Castle series. It was originally released as a Japan-exclusive Game Boy title in July 1997 called Soreyuke!! Kid: Go! Go! Kid (それゆけ！！ キッド Go! Go! Kid Soreyuke!! Kiddo Go! Go! Kid?, lit. "Go Ahead! Kid Go! Go! Kid") starring the character Kid Klown. The title was later remade on the Game Boy Color to include colorized graphics and characters from the Looney Tunes series, which was released in Japan in January 1999 by Kemco, and later that year in North America and Europe by Nintendo. Notably, it replaces Honey Bunny with Lola Bunny as Bugs' love interest to be rescued. It was followed by a sequel, Bugs Bunny in Crazy Castle 4, in 2000.
The game is divided into several areas of the Old Castle: the Garden, the Hall, the Basement, and the Treasury, in which there are 61 levels in total. The player must collect 8 keys in a level to progress to the next one while outwitting enemies. Helpful items, including weapons to eliminate enemies, can be stored in the inventory. A password system is used to load saved games.
Bugs Bunny finds a book in an antiques shop entitled "The Treasure of the Old Castle". Bugs reads that the treasure will bring glory to its finder and is hidden somewhere in the Old Castle, but the exact location of the treasure is unknown. However Witch Hazel has cast a spell to brainwash the other Looney Tunes into trying to stop Bugs from finding the treasure. Looney Tunes characters that appear are Daffy Duck, Tweety, Elmer Fudd, Foghorn Leghorn, Marc Antony, Pepé Le Pew, Rocky, Sylvester, Wile E. Coyote, Yosemite Sam and the final boss Taz, who guards the chest containing Lola Bunny.
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