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Wacky Worlds Creativity Studio
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Box art
Developer(s) HeadGames
Publisher(s) Sega
The Learning Company (PC/Mac port)
Engine Proprietary
Platform(s) Sega Mega Drive/Genesis
Windows
Release date(s) NA 1994
Genre(s) Educational, Music
Mode(s) Single-player
Rating(s) ESRB: K-A
Media Sega Mega Drive cartridge or CD-ROM
Input methods Mega Mouse, Control pad

Wacky Worlds Creativity Studio is a children's video game for the Mega Drive/Genesis, released in the mid-1990s. In it, the player has a choice of six different Wacky Worlds in which they can place animated "stickers", creating a two-dimensional diorama, of sorts. Among the Worlds are an underwater scene, a scene inside a house, a jungle, and the Moon. The user is also able to alter the music played in each world by selecting from a bank of different music stickers. It is considered the sequel to Sega's Art Alive.

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Stickers

The stickers are available in certain sticker books assigned for the Wacky Worlds. Each World has its own default book, but each of the other sticker books are available for use anytime as well. The same applies for the music stickers, as music from other worlds can be chosen to be played anywhere.

Many of the stickers are people or characters that can move around in each world. Their movements are preprogrammed and do not stray very far from their original placement. When a sticker is first placed, it moves very little, if at all. When clicked on, it will perform its action until clicked again, at which time it reverts to its more dormant state.

The player can put as many stickers as he or she wants in any world (however, there is a limit on animated stickers, most likely to prevent lag and clutter), and infinite copies of the same are also allowable. Once a sticker is placed in the World, the player can also change the colors of the sticker, using a palette.

Other available stickers consist of decorations, letters, numbers, and other text.

Music stickers each have a different musical phrase in them. They are "stacked" in a player that will play them in order, looping this order indefinitely.

Mega Mouse

This task of placing stickers is aided by the Mega Mouse packaged with the cartridge, and designed especially for the Genesis, incorporating all 4 buttons (A, B, C, Start). The game also works with a normal controller.

Sega characters

This game is considered a Sonic the Hedgehog property, as he appears on the cover of the box. He also pilots the flying saucer that is used to choose a Wacky World to play in. He also appears in a small portrait sticker for the default sticker book in the house scene. Miles "Tails" Prower and Ecco the Dolphin appear on the box of the game as well. Additionally, Toejam and Earl are animated stickers in the Moon scene's default book. This game was made to compete with Nintendo's Mario Paint.

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