Desert Demolition Starring Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote (Genesis) Playthrough – NintendoComplete


A playthrough of Sega’s 1995 licensed-based platform game for the Sega Genesis, Desert Demolition Starring Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote.

Played through the game with both characters on the default difficulty setting. The video begins with the Wile E. Coyote playthrough, making sure to show all of the bonus stages. The Road Runner playthrough begins at 25:50.

Desert Demolition is an awful lot like another Looney Tunes game on the Genesis game, Sylvester and Tweety in Cagey Capers. They both are simple platformers that revolve around chasing your prey (with murderous intent, of course) with gorgeous graphics that make them feel like playable cartoons. Check out Sylvester and Tweety here:

Desert Demolition is nothing if not dedicated title the source material here. The animation and color use is amazing, and the characters’ personalities shine through with little effort.

It is awfully easy and short, though, even with Road Runner and Coyote offering entirely different levels and abilities. Coyote uses his Acme traps to do everything he can to catch the stupid bird, and Road Runner meep-meeps through his stages like a cracked out avian Sonic, loop-de-loops included. Truth be told, the Wile E. Coyote’s levels are pretty fun. The Road Runner stages tend to be a bit on the dull side.

Overall, Desert Demolition is a pretty good little game. It’s really short and easy, but it’ll definitely make you feel like you’re a kid sitting in front of the TV on Saturday morning again for a bit. Doesn’t that alone make it worth a peek?
No cheats were used during the recording of this video.

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  1. I "borrowed" this game from the video store I worked at. I hated it and couldn't make it past the 3rd level.

  2. the playable character defaulted as Coyote, imagine my delight when I discovered years later you can also play as Road Runner 😀

  3. 35:14 Wile E. Coyote was like "The Road Runner became ACME president?! That's it. I'm out of here." And crashes through a window.

  4. i was wondering what this game was called, after a few hours of watching old vids the sound FX and stuff definitely reminds me of when i played this as a kid.

  5. Whoever did the sound design for this game deserves an award. It really sounds like you're watching the show!

  6. Really? Roadrunner can be the Acme President And coyote can only be the customer of the year? That is so unfair.

  7. Would love this game even more if it was longer. I used to rush through the levels too quick. But now I'll do everything and get all the bonuses.

  8. Thank you for showing the ending to the waterfall bonus stage. I was always curious what the top of it looks like. It was the only bonus stage I didn't complete as a child. Well done!

  9. oh my god I use to play this all the time im a huge fan of the looney Tunes i watched them everyday i Miss playing theyre games on the SNES and Sega i would make up my own adventures with my Road Runner and Willie Coyote toys after playing this game I gotta find it again

  10. That log platform waterfall bonus reminds me of the hakuna matata level in The Lion King. And Wile E. has the better more fulfilling ending. 😊 Plus Wile E's gameplay is more interesting to me. But I appreciate both the diversity with there gameplay in this rather very short game. At least Road Runner's gameplay is better, more faster pace then what how it was handled in Death Valley for SNES.

  11. Desert Demolition looks fantastic, and really comes to life as a playable cartoon. It's not the best platformer ever, but it certain makes for a fun throwback to Saturday mornings in front of the TV!


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