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If you were involved in the original production of Toonstruck, or you’d like to help out with bringing the game to fruition, please get in touch.

If you’re a fan of the game, please tell us about your experience and why you’d like to see Toonstruck 2 in the comments section below. Don’t forget to check out our mini-games.

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Muhammed
Muhammed
2 months ago

I first played Toonstruck when I was 10. I love the complete zanyness and wacky characters. I was so excited after finishing it and looking forward to part 2. So disappointed when I found that it wasn’t made.

Vlad
Vlad
3 months ago

I’ve found this website after a heartfelt conversation with dear friend of mine. we remembered the good old days, when my mate had a gamer pc and his dad use to purchase him only adventure games to cultivate logic (if he only knew). one of them used to be Toonstruck. we tried to finish it together, our failed attempts became moments of shared laughter. Now we are 35, we don’t communicate as much as we used to, we live it different countries with wives and kids. The prospect of passing down this nostalgic tale to our little ones feels like a tender connection to our past. Please make it happen

Molly
Molly
3 months ago

I absolutely loved this game! I so wish they would make the part 2. I would buy it in a heartbeat.

Brandon and Dylan
Brandon and Dylan
4 months ago

My friend and I just completed Toonstruck on Steam, working together to solve the puzzles (and still struggling to do so). We were both born one year after the original release of the game and so never had a chance to play it when it came out. Thankfully we were able to make up for lost time some 26 years later. Both of us grew up on the old point and click adventure games so it was really special getting to relive that part of our childhood. We enjoyed it immensely and truly hope that we might someday play through the sequel. We wanted to thank any members of the original team who might read this, as well as anyone new helping to make the sequel come to life. We’ll be watching for any word in the future!

Trinity Warrior
Trinity Warrior
5 months ago

Hello ToonStruck Fans! Just finished “ToonStruck” again years later on “Steam.” I’ve owned the original game since the 90s and it’s still in good condition. I was hoping that the sequel would’ve been on Steam, but just found out that the creators are still looking for folks to help revive the sequel which. I am hoping. Once it’s revived, I am praying it’s on Steam so that we all can play a long awaited “ToonStruck 2.” I hope that each and every hard working developer finds who they need to complete this project. Thank you for not giving up on this priceless game. Stay priceless!

spoollka
spoollka
5 months ago

Best quest-game ever! I`ve bought steam version today 🙂
I was about 13 years old, and when i saw this game for the first time, I was shocked! Besides, it still looks great today, wish it were HD!!! 🙂

Kai
Kai
7 months ago

The first time I’ve played Toonstruck must have been about 25 years ago. It was included in a games bundle called ‘Gold Games’. The experience was rather funny and exciting until I got to the damn clown door, which I wasn’t able to solve back in the day. So, I sold the whole thing on a yard sale. Now just a few weeks ago I decided to give the game a new try and bought a copy of GOG. I must say it felt great to relive those moments and enjoy the game in it’s original language which gives the jokes an even better atmosphere. It would be great to see a remastered version for todays audience and hopefully the long awaited successor.
Fingers crossed!

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Lucas
Lucas
8 months ago

Un gran juego, un clasico que necesita su segunda parte. Ojala algun dia sea posible. Saludos desde Argentina!

Max
Max
8 months ago

This is still such an amazing game.
I’ve just finished playing thru it on the steam scumm version. Would love to see this reincarnated or continued.
Would love to help in any way possible. Running a small software development company in Sweden and would love to help if I can.

Greg M
Greg M
9 months ago

I’d first heard of Toonstruck through YouTube, since though I’m an Autistic 90s kid who loves computers and adventure games, it flew under the radar.
Thanks to GOG.com, I played and finished it just last week, and I agree with many that it deserves a follow-up considering what got cut in development.

Considering what the animation market is today, and with the passing of Christopher Lloyd, a return to 2D Animation would be essential for this sequel, although a CGI part of the toon world would fit that.

PS: Anyone heard of Stay Tooned? It came out in the exact same year, but it’s actually even darker than Toonstruck, believe it or not.

Bilal
Bilal
9 months ago

I just saw an announcement of the new broken sword game which immediately got me reminiscing about my childhood. There was a time where my sister showed me all these games. And of course toonstruck came to mind.

I am currently 26 years old and study visual computing and design. Gradually, I am learning about all these projects by people who have literally shaped my childhood. Suddenly, they are not just memories of the joy of video games but tangible pieces of history.
Through my studies, I am increasingly getting in touch with this industry, and somehow, it feels surreal. I would absolutely love to be involved in the development and contribute as an aspiring CG artist wherever I can.

Ronny B
Ronny B
9 months ago

I grew up with point and click adventures. And Toonstruck was among my favourites.
I’ve already gotten Monkey Island games, and would love to havea remaster and a squel to Toonstruck.

Even though the old game looks terrible this day of age, it is still fun to play.

I revist my old point and click games atleast once a year.
I just finished Discworld again, and DOTT. So I guess Toonstruck is next 😀

I would love to help anyway I can, but other thant writing here and buying the games. IDK what I can do 🙂

Please Continue remaster this old jewel <3

Der Maschnist
Der Maschnist
10 months ago

I’ve played this game a million times as a kid and just finished a playthrough. Like always when I finish this I look for toonstruck 2 news, knowing fully well that there is nothing before checking. I Just wanted to say that this website gave me a smile. The title animation is amazing.

Kara
Kara
10 months ago

Hello from Scotland!

I have been playing this game ever since I was in my teens. It is one of my best childhood memories of any game I have ever played. I have just finished playing it again on Steam at the age of 36 and it never gets old! It would be absolutely amazing to see it remastered and play the second part. Thank you for all that you are doing and I will support in any way that I can!!

-big Toonstruck fan

Monsieur Mongoose
Monsieur Mongoose
1 year ago

Hey there, from Canada!

Gotta say, Toonstruck was a big part of my gaming childhood. I loved everything about it – the crazy art, the jokes, the story… played it so many times, and it just gets better with each run.

These days, I’m making games myself and Toonstruck’s still a big influence. The way it made such a cool world with fun characters and tricky puzzles – it’s the kind of stuff I wanna put in my own games.
With all these old games getting sequels and remasters, why not Toonstruck 2? Now’s a good time, especially with Steam and GOG.com making it easy for new players to find it.

I can’t wait for Toonstruck 2 to be a thing. I’m all in to help make that happen. Big thanks to everyone who made the first game and those keeping Toonstruck going. You guys rock!

-A Toonstruck fan in Canada

Sue
Sue
1 year ago

I just finished my fifth playthrough of Toonstruck thanks to my little sister who downloaded it on to her computer for me for my birthday. I been a fan since the beginning. When I didn’t a working copy of the game a would watch a play through on YouTube just to get my fix. I really hope part 2 becomes a reality some day. ????

Michael
Michael
1 year ago

Back in good old DOS times on my 386, ToonStruck was my very first game on CD.
As 12y old boy I really loved this game. It is the only one that I still keep in a drawer to pull it out from time to time to play again.
Even my wife, that has not grown up with computer and video game classics loves it enough to play it twice!
If there ever is a toostruck2 that completes the story of toonstruck1, you can be sure to have my money on it 🙂
This was one of the greatest adventures I ever played. So sad that it never got the attention it deserved … (not my fault, I tell people in games discussions about toonstruck, if they want to hear it or not 😉 )

Tyler
Tyler
1 year ago

I recently have been getting really into fmv games. I am absolutely in love with the style and toonstruck caught my attention this last month. It has been the #1 best fmv game I’ve played so far out of the list I’ve played. I can’t see it being topped. I would gladly pay any amount to get Toonstruck recreated AND toonstruck 2 to be made. Fmv/point and click games deserve to come back in a big way! Thanks to everyone helping possibly make some if this a reality!

Rasmus
Rasmus
1 year ago

Hello from Denmark. I played this game as a kid (32 now). I loved the wacky humour of it and I still to this day think it was a very unique game. Some might say a part of it is nostalgia, but I believe I can separate myself from that and say that it was genuinely a very good game filled with humour, surrealism, surprise, and story. Everything in my life has changed dramatically since I was a kid playing this game, but for some reason Toonstruck still has a place in my heart and I still, from time to time, like today, check up to see if there has been progress on Toonstruck 2. I hope this testimonial helps bring awareness so hopefully skilled artists and wacky minds, perhaps some of the original team from Toonstruck 1, can make a Toonstruck 2. – Rasmus

bobby nafisi
bobby nafisi
1 year ago

i always love toonstruck i hope when the squel comes out i want to be the frist to play i what to see the carvtie world of toonstruck

Johnny Walker
Johnny Walker
1 year ago

This is a very impressive website. It sounds like the legal difficulties are the biggest hurdle, but whoever owns the rights would surely be happy for the opportunity for some cash? Where are they now?

One request: Could you add a main nav? The idea of the game’s icon in the bottom left hand corner is cute… but I totally missed it. A burger nav in the top right hand corner will work far better!

Rosalie
Rosalie
1 year ago
Reply to  Johnny Walker

The legal hurdles are hopefully in the rear-view. There’s a large untapped audience for the remaster. Finding a publisher that recognises that is one of the new challenges. Fully establishing how far advances in tech can help with the game is also a big task, but an important one as it will dictate what sort of developers are needed to get it over the line. Obviously continued fan support and interest too. It’s not going to happen overnight.

Jellyo
Jellyo
1 year ago

I absolutely love Toonstruck! Every time I play through it, I always want more. I really hope that one day soon we’ll finally get to enjoy the last part of the adventure with Drew and Flux. Out of any series of classic point n’ clicks that got a remaster or a new game in the series, this is one that I fully believe deserves it’s sequel more than any! I know Toonstruck didn’t do well due to marketing, and I guess in 1996, it had to compete against FPS games. But now in 2023 thanks to Steam and GOG.com, Toonstruck has life again, and it is being played by a whole new generation of fans, and I believe that Toonstruck 2 will definitely do well now, but we really need whomever has the rights, to make it happen.
So I have here a link to a petition I setup, that I hope helps support Keith Arem in making Toonstruck 2 a reality!
https://chng.it/d6cHj4Xc

Mr Robot
Mr Robot
1 year ago

I missed Flux on the second CD. I wonder if it was ever the intention to have him along?

Lee Dunning
Lee Dunning
1 year ago

Its been mentioned that part of Toonstrucks downfall was the lack of marketing to promote the game but as you can see from the attached pic, i still have PC Formats cover disc with the demo on and if it wasnt for this demo, id never have bought it.

I loved this game and played it when it first came out back when i wasnt aware of internet game walkthroughs etc, and so i recall gettin as far as reachin zanydu and gettin stuck. I was at university and took the game to my mates student accommodation and we stayed up all night and finally completed the game. I remember gettin stuck on the maya bird book order section and i still dont know how we beat it. Prob blind luck as i still recall struggling to understand each phrase to solve it.

Its been a while since i last played it and the idea of a remastered version appearing hopefully on consoles is fantastic. One dream was made real last year when the original quake finally came to xbox to to have toonstruck do the same would be great. As mentioned, weve had day of the tentacle and a new monkey island game, and weve also had a remastered grim fandango and with point and click games like the artifex mundi range, they are becoming increasingly popular. Ill keep my fingers crossed.

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Steph
Steph
1 year ago
Reply to  Lee Dunning

The book puzzle was tough, but I remember the phone quiz being the most difficult on first playthrough. I had to visit all the areas it asked about and make notes, then when I got back to the pub and called again, some of the questions had changed. Rinse and repeat three or four times and I’m sure I had them all right but I kept getting caught out by which shoulder of the toilet gauard they were talking about, my right or his right?!

Barman
Barman
1 year ago

There’s a moose!

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Jodie
Jodie
1 year ago

My dad introduced me and my brother to point and click games in the 90s and I’ve loved the genre ever since. For me, Toonstruck hit that perfect balance between challenging puzzles, dry humour, and a compelling story. I still get anxiety to this day when I hand over the care crow’s new outfit!! Legendary.

Blaide
Blaide
1 year ago

Toonstruck is still one of my favorite games, cartoons, the humor, just everything about it. I always drew the characters when I was small and now I draw lots of other stuff, partially because of Toonstruck, so I’d love to help if I can.

Tsar
Tsar
1 year ago

It’s been a long wait for this – figured I’d be playing it as a head in glass jar on a spaceship orbiting mars.

Spike (Professional Comedian for Hire)
Spike (Professional Comedian for Hire)
1 year ago

Balooooon?

notabutler
notabutler
1 year ago

No thank you, sir

Flux-W
Flux-W
1 year ago

Drew, we’re in deep doo doo! 

ihatefluffybunnies
ihatefluffybunnies
1 year ago
Reply to  Flux-W

We are?!

Flux-W
Flux-W
1 year ago

Nefarious and Fluffy, they’re still alive – you gotta help us!

ihatefluffybunnies
ihatefluffybunnies
1 year ago
Reply to  Flux-W

I’ll do it, but wait wait, how will I get there?

Flux-W
Flux-W
1 year ago

Well, thanks to Nefarious’s Mutagen Ink, that’s not going to be a problem!

ihatefluffybunnies
ihatefluffybunnies
1 year ago
Reply to  Flux-W

It isn’t?!

ihatefluffybunnies
ihatefluffybunnies
1 year ago

Whoa!

M. Marge
M. Marge
1 year ago

Mince my meat!

Pun1sherPol96
Pun1sherPol96
1 year ago
Reply to  M. Marge

I’m a baaaaaad sheep!

M.Marge
M.Marge
1 year ago
Reply to  Pun1sherPol96

Whip my cream!