Looney Tunes: World of Mayhem is a new mobile RPG featuring the characters and antics that have been entertaining Looney Tunes fans for the last 88 years. You can build a team of characters using multiple versions of your Looney Tunes favorites, rack up coins and gems, upgrade and evolve your cards (including the elusive six-star and seven-star rare cards), and engage in tournament play against other players as well as campaign play against the computer. Read on for some tips and tricks for Looney Tunes: World of Mayhem!
Once you beat a campaign battle with three stars, you can then go back and auto-win the level without even having to play it. An auto-win costs 5 energy, and you can do it three times; once you finish, you have to wait around 18 hours and 10 minutes for it to be ready to auto-win again. This costs a lot of energy, but it’s by far the quickest way to gain experience, Illudium, XP Potions, and other goodies.
Take the Illudium to the Reatomizer inside the Toon Store, and skip the Mini Reatomizer as it only gives you one Toon Piece for every one that you spend. The Reatomizer gives you a far greater return on investment and loads you up with Toon Pieces, allowing you to activate new Toons. Even if you get a duplicate Toon Piece batch, get enough of them to increase the star tier of your Toon and improve all of their stats. Unlock new regions in order to get new Toons to appear in the Reatomizer.
The campaign battles are fun, but brawls let you attack other players, steal their treasures, earn medals and trophies, and unlock a whole bunch of rewards. The higher your trophy count is, the higher tier leagues you’ll get placed into, which will increase the difficulty of the players that you face, but will also increase the reward that you earn for it.
Gems are the premium currency of the game, and while the main way to get more of them is to purchase them, tons of free gems can be earned by taking the offers on the TapJoy offer wall. Many of them are free, and they pay enough gems to get a few good bonuses; some of the paid offers can earn you FAR more gems than spending the equivalent amount of money in in-app purchases. Also, be sure to claim your free Looney Box as often as possible.
Head to the town area and build up your structures, then have your characters complete all kinds of actions. The more upgrades you do to buildings, the more tasks you unlock for their specific Toon residents, and the more you can improve the tasks. Set them for long-term tasks before you go to bed and for short-term tasks when you plan to play actively for awhile.