Toys (also known as Toys: Let the Toy Wars Begin!) is an action video game for the Super NES and Sega Genesis released in 1993.
The game is based on the 1992 film Toys starring Robin Williams. Chaos has been spread at a toy factory that must be stopped by the player.
Players are involved in a "toy war" between an army of military-style toys fought with a personalized action figure army using toys found in certain places in the game. The player will start each level only possessing a limited supply of toys, whereas the general will have a virtually unlimited supply of toys to throw at the player. These toys range from the realistic (bowling balls) to the cartoonish (i.e., peanut gun projectiles, radio-controlled cars, water balloons). Crashing a toy plane into General Zevo's windows allows players to beat the game. However, they have to navigate the plane through a scale model of Manhattan and avoid running out of power.
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For 1993, Mark Van Hecke did a good job, composing the game's original music, but it was never adapted from the film. He used a Dr. T's KCS on the Macintosh with a Kurzweil keyboard that was used for MIDI recording, and then implemented into Bitmasters' sound driver.
|01||Absolute Entertainment Logo||Mark Van Hecke||0:05||Download|
|02||Title Screen||Mark Van Hecke||0:50||Download|
|03||Begin Story||Mark Van Hecke||0:32||Download|
|04||The General's Computer||Mark Van Hecke||0:20||Download|
|05||West Bay||Mark Van Hecke||1:46||Download|
|06||Cafeteria||Mark Van Hecke||1:20||Download|
|07||Warehouse||Mark Van Hecke||2:08||Download|
|08||Manhattan Model||Mark Van Hecke||0:45||Download|
|09||Manhattan Model (Variation)||Mark Van Hecke||0:50||Download|
|10||Ending||Mark Van Hecke||0:55||Download|
|11||Lose a Life||Mark Van Hecke||0:04||Download|
|12||Open Entrance to Zevo Toys||Mark Van Hecke||0:06||Download|
|13||Music Box||Mark Van Hecke||0:17||Download|
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