Looney Tunes World of Mayhem, published by Scopely, is an RPG strategy game featuring all of the lovable cast, including Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Marvin the Martian, Elmer Fudd, Tasmanian Devil, and more. Play as your favorite characters as you battle through six different worlds. Is it rabbit season or duck season? It’s whatever season you want it to be by following these tips, strategies and cheats.

Spend Reatomizers as Soon as You Can

Reatomizers are earned by winning battles and are used to collect tokens to unlock new characters. At first, players can spend one reatomizer for tokens on one random character, or five reatomizers for tokens on three random characters. Because characters are needed to defend crates, access new campaigns, gather resources and assemble your team, the more characters you have unlocked the better. Since battles can be repeated, grinding for reatomizers can be done without reaching a breaking point in the game’s difficulty.

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Participate in Crate Steals

Stealing sounds mean, but it’s part of the mayhem of Looney Tunes and it’s a very easy way to gather dynamite, gold and potions. To steal, players simply engage in a battle with a team that is defending a crate through the Brawl mechanic. Unlike regular campaign battles, characters aren’t restricted to their worlds, so players can easily bring their best four to the battle. After stealing, players can pay gems to open the crate right away or put together an even strong team to defend it for the remaining amount of time.

Make Sure All Your Tasks are Assigned

Once you unlock the world map and characters have their houses and hideouts, they can be assigned tasks. Players start out with three tasks, unlocking another slot at Level 15 and the final slot at Level 30. Like the crate steals, tasks are an easy, but idle, way to get resources. Tasks can either take 20 minutes, two hours or six hours. So, if you know you’re going to be away from the screen for a while, make sure your characters have two or six-hour tasks running to spend the time wisely.