Overworked animator Drew Blanc falls asleep and gets sucked into the world from his popular show. He must help the inhabitants stop Count Nefarious from turning their world into a twisted nightmare with his mutagen beam.



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Cast overview:
Drew Blanc
Count Nefarious (voice)
Flux Wildly (voice)
King Hugh (voice) (as David Ogden-Stiers)
'Fingers' the Cashier (voice)
The Carecrow / Jim / Spike / Woof / Outhouse Guard / Robot Maker (voice)
Footman / Bricabrac / Goggles / Fluffy Show Announcer / WACME Quiz Master (voice)
B.B. Wolf / Snout the Pig / Dough the Frog / Robot Henchman / Seedy / Feedback (voice)
Fluffy Fluffy Bun Bun / Ms. Fortune / Marge / 'Mistress' Marge / Bouncer / Chipper / Sparky / Sam Schmaltz's Assistant (voice)
Lugnut / Mee / Barman (voice) (as Robb Paulson)
Ms. Fit / Polly / 'Punisher' Polly / Dr. Payne's Receptionist (voice)
Ray / The Myna Bird / Bowling Bear / Elephant / Elmer / Surveillance Guard / Mouse / Scarecrow / Squirrel / Vulture / Venus Flytrap (voice)
Sam Schmaltz


Drew Blanc is a cartonist who gets sucked into the fantasy cartoon world that was made up by himself. Here he needs to finish a quest in order to be alowed to return back to his own dimension. In this adventure he meets fluffy friends, sarcastic toons and some evil caracters. Written by Bas Eeftink

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Adventure | Comedy


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4 November 1996 (USA)  »

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The game was cut in half during beta testing. A few cutscenes, backgrounds and animations that never made it can be seen at one of the artists' web pages. See more »


Featured in GamePro TV: Episode #2.5 (1997) See more »


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Music by Sam Fonteyn
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An entertaining and challenging game for kids and adults!
12 May 2000 | by See all my reviews

Toonstruck has excellent audio, video, and animated aspects, and the vocal talent is superb. Christopher Lloyd couldn't be better, and the interactive puzzles are challenging enough for adults--indeed, the kids might need a little help! This is a great game for the family to play together, and because there are so many different kinds of puzzles, the replay value is there as well. All in all, a good choice for role-playing gamers!

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