|Bugs Bunny: Lost In Time|
|Release date(s)|| NA May 31, 1999|
EU June 29, 1999
EU April 26, 2000 (Re-release)
| Spoiler warning!|
This article contains plot details.
At the start of the game, Bugs ends up finding a time machine after taking a "wrong turn at Albuquerque". The machine sends him to a desolate place called Nowhere. Nowhere's sole inhabitant, a sorcerer named Merlin Munroe, tells Bugs that he's lost in time and that to return home, Bugs must collect clocks. However, the clocks are scattered throughout five different eras.
- Bugs Bunny is the star of the game and the most famous of the Looney Tunes characters.
- Merlin Munroe is a sorcerer who helps Bugs throughout his adventure by teaching him new tricks.
- Elmer Fudd is the main antagonist of the Stone Age era. He makes a brief reappearance in the Medieval era.
- Yosemite Sam is the main antagonist of the Pirate Years.
- Blacque Jacque Shellacque appears as a common enemy in the Pirate Years and reappears in the 1930s.
- Rocky and Mugsy are main antagonist of the 1930s.
- Toro the Bull is a secondary antagonist of the 1930s.
- Beaky Buzzard appears in the Medieval era to help Bugs.
- Daffy Duck is Bugs' rival who appears in the Medieval era. He also briefly appears in the Stone Age era.
- Witch Hazel is the main antagonist of the Medieval era.
- Marvin the Martian is the main antagonist of Dimension X.
- Instant Martians are the main enemies of Dimension X.
- Clocks must be collected so Bugs can return home.
- Golden Carrots allow Bugs to open new levels. One Golden Carrot can be redeemed in each era's hub world for 99 regular carrots.
- Carrots serve as Bugs' health system and as a common collectable.
Excluding Merlin's home of Nowhere, there are five eras in the game.
- Stone Age - Set during a time of cavemen and dinosaurs.
- Pirate Years - Set on the high seas during the age of pirates.
- 1930s - Set during 1930s America.
- Medieval - Set in a kingdom during a time of dragons and knights.
- Dimension X - Set in space during the far-off future.
An indirect sequel, Bugs Bunny & Taz: Time Busters, was released in 2000.