Looney Tunes: Limitless Skies
Developer(s) Warner Bros. Games
Publisher(s) Warner Bros. Games
Distributor(s) Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Released September 30, 2016
Genre(s) Racing
Slapstick comedy
Mode(s) Single player
Ratings E10+ (North America)
7 (Europe)
G (Australia)
10 (Brazil)
All (South Korea)
Platform(s) PC
PlayStation 3
PlayStation 4
Xbox One
Wii U
PlayStation Vita
Nintendo 3DS
Media DVD-ROM (PC)
Blu-ray (PS3, PS4 and Xbox One)
Wii U Optical Disc
PSVita Card
Cartridge (3DS)
Input methods Keyboard (PC)
PlayStation 3 controller
PlayStation 4 controller
PlayStation Move (PS3 and PS4)
Xbox One controller
Kinect (Xbox One)
Wii U gamepad
Wii U Pro controller
PlayStation Vita
Nintendo 3DS

Looney Tunes: Limitless Skies is a 2016 video game based on The New Looney Tunes Show, itself based on the Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies franchise and its spin-offs Tiny Toons Adventures, Taz-Mania and Animaniacs, being developed and published by Warner Bros. Games and distributed by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. The game has four game modes: the Story Mode (where the player can play with Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig or Sylvester to complete the plot), the Free Mode (where the player can play with one of the playable characters), the Multiplayer Mode (where the player can play against another player) and the Online Mode (where the player can play against players around the world).


Thaddeus Plotz organizes a Hoverboard Grand Prix, a race around the Warner Bros. Studios, which Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig and Sylvester are participating, being part of Team Looney Tunes, competing with three more teams: Team Tiny Toons (formed by Buster Bunny, Babs Bunny, Plucky Duck and Hamton J. Pig), Team Warner (formed by the Warner Siblings and Slappy Squirrel) and Team Plotz (formed by his minions Elmer Fudd, Yosemite Sam, Marvin the Martian and Wile E. Coyote). What they didn't expect is that Plotz created some obstacles in every place at the studios to avoid the victory of Team Looney Tunes, Team Tiny Toons and Team Warner. At the end of the Grand Prix, is revealed that Plotz and his team have "different plans" for the prize and decide to steal it and kidnap Taz, Hector the Bulldog, the Road Runner, Furrball, Fifi La Fume, Elmyra Duff, Skippy Squirrel, Rita and Mindy due to their importance to the remaining teams, making them their hostages. Lola Bunny decides to seek them, but she also ended up as a hostage. As a result, the three other teams have to team up to defeat Plotz, recover the prize and make justice.


Playable characters

Non-playable characters


Unlockable outfits

Bugs Bunny

Daffy Duck


In order to the graphics being closer to The New Looney Tunes Show animation style, the game uses cel-shaded animation.

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  • "(to Plotz) Ehh, what's up, doc?" - Bugs Bunny.
  • "Unbelievable, why we always have this kind of problem?" - Bugs Bunny.
  • "(to Plotz) I know that we have to do anything to keep the pwize, but kidnapping my niece (referring to Elmyra) is unacceptabwe" - Elmer Fudd.
  • "Sufferin' succotash, there's no chance to help them" - Sylvester.
  • "Au contraire, my dear friend. That's that they want us to think" - Daffy Duck.
  • "Uh, sibs? I think we've pulled a stupid" - Yakko Warner.
  • "(when Plotz was defeated) What a maroon!" - Bugs Bunny.
  • "T-t-t-that's all, folks!" - Porky Pig.


  • The plot of the game is slighty influenced by the 2006 video game Sonic Riders.
  • Despite Jeff Bergman reprising his roles from The New Looney Tunes Show, Tweety and Henery Hawk are voiced in the game by Bob Bergen.
  • Claude Cat's role in the game is similar to Lola Bunny's one in Tweety's High Flying Adventure and select video games.
  • Hubie and Bertie's role in the game is similar to the one they had in Space Jam.
  • Several characters from the four shows are absent on the game, but are mentioned in several occasions.
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