The Bugs Bunny: Crazier Castle
Image: Garrett Gilchrist

Chances are if you've heard of The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle it's either from playing it on the Nintendo Entertainment System as a kid or watching the Angry Video Game Nerd's memorable review of it back in the day.

Developed by the Japanese developer Kemco, it was an adaptation of an earlier Famicom Disk System title called Roger Rabbit but was altered for the US market to feature Bugs Bunny due to various licensing and marketing concerns. The finished product ended up being a pretty fun puzzle platformer game, but now thanks to a romhacker named Garrett Gilchrist and a collection of other individuals (including Bavi_H, SpiderDave, Cyneprepou4uk) it has got a whole lot better.

Gilchrist recently released a new romhack for the game called The Bugs Bunny Crazier Castle, and it's a vast improvement over the original.

The game introduces more graphical cutscenes, with the total now coming to 5 as opposed to the original 2. Gilchrist and co. have also enhanced the graphics and added more popular Looney Tunes characters, taking the number of potential enemies you'll face up to 28 from the original 4. New additions include Marvin the Martian, Elmer Fudd, Tweety Bird, and Sylvester Jr. to name just a few.

You can find all the instructions you need to try out the hack yourself on its page. You should just need to patch the original ROM with the IPS file that's available to download from the page.

Are you going to try out this hack? Let us know in the comments!