Your screen is to small to play this fun online game.
A Classic Mahjong game to entertain you. A Looney Tunes version of Mahjong with Looney Tunes star images. The objective of the game is to remove as many tiles as possible from the playing board. Have Fun!
Do you sometimes feel a little bit looney, and do you also like to play a Mahjong game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play our free Looney Tunes Mahjong game online.
Use your mouse to play the game. Tiles are removed by matching pairs and can only be removed from the left or right edges. Any title that is not on a left or right edge is considered blocked and cannot be selected or removed. Note, though, that the tiles are arrange in 5 levels and each level has a left and right edge, so there are many more unblocked tiles than it would first appear. You can use the Hint button to see what matches can be made, but it will cost you 25 points.
The Looney Tunes is a series of Warner Bros. animated comedy short films. It was produced from 1930 to 1969 during the golden age of American animation, alongside its sister series, Merrie Melodies. Since its success during the short film era of cartoons, Looney Tunes has become a worldwide media franchise; spawning several television series, feature films, comic books, music albums, video games, and amusement park rides. Many of the characters have made and continue to make cameo appearances in various other television shows, films, and advertisements. The most popular Looney Tunes character, Bugs Bunny, is regarded as a cultural icon and has appeared in more films than any other cartoon character. Several Looney Tunes films are regarded as some of the greatest animated cartoons of all time. In the beginning both Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies drew their storylines from Warner's vast music library. From 1934 to 1943, Merrie Melodies were produced in color and Looney Tunes in black and white. After 1943, however, both series were produced in color and became virtually indistinguishable, with the only stylistic difference being in the variation between the opening theme music and titles. Both series also made use of the various Warner Bros. cartoon characters.