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Toontown Rewritten, commonly abbreviated as TTR, is a MMORPG based on Disney's defunct Toontown Online. The game is not affiliated with The Walt Disney Company, but instead created by a dedicated team of volunteers that revived Toontown Online. The game is entirely free and does not contain subscriptions, advertisements, donations, or any other forms of revenue.

The game takes place in the fictional world of Toontown, a wacky and colorful town that is inhabited by silly cartoon characters known as Toons. However, it is not all seltzer and slapstick in Toontown. A band of corporate robot Cogs are trying to put an end to Toons' fun. Luckily, the Cogs cannot take a joke. To take back Toontown, Toons use their arsenal of gags to defeat the Cogs.

History

Announcement

Prior to Disney's announcement on August 20, 2013, that Toontown Online was near its end, two of Toontown Rewritten's widely known founders, Joey and Jeremy, discussed amongst each other about a potential revival of the game and "ToonPulse" became the internal name for the project. Moments after Toontown Online closed the same year on September 19th, the newly-established group of volunteers known as the "Toontown Rewritten Team" announced the project under the official title Toontown Rewritten. On October 3rd, Joey introduced a contest for players to submit their best knock-knock jokes, and winners received an Alpha key.[1] The team's seemingly impossible task of reviving Toontown soon became a reality.

Alpha and Beta

Main pages: Alpha & Beta

On October 28, 2013, Toontown Rewritten had its Alpha release and allowed a small amount of Alpha testers to enter the game. Players who had access to an Alpha key could enter the game.[2] The game eventually moved into Beta on May 17, 2014, but players that had either obtained an Alpha key or a Beta key were able to play.[3]

Semi-Open Beta and Open Beta

On June 2, 2014, Toontown Rewritten had its Semi-Open Beta release, which was announced in celebration of the 11th anniversary of Toontown Online.[4] Semi-Open Beta allowed all players to enter the game, but players who did not have a Beta key were restricted to playtime, as they would also have to wait in PlayLine queues or book PlayTime slots in order to access the game. Rare Beta key ToonTasks were available that would award a Beta key sent straight to a player's account page on Toontown Rewritten's website upon completion.

On August 20, 2014, one year after the initial announcement from Disney about Toontown Online's closure, Toontown Rewritten announced the release of Open Beta and their first anniversary celebration with a grand opening of the first in-game ToonFest event, both of which occurred on September 19th.[5]

ToonFest

On April 18, 2015, Toontown Rewritten announced that they were heading to Owensboro, Kentucky to host their first ToonFest convention at OMG!Con on June 11th in celebration of Toontown Online's 12th anniversary.[6] ToonFest became a tradition for players to meet the Toontown Rewritten Team and celebrate Toontown.

End of Beta

Main page: Live

After dedicating several years of development while transitioning from Alpha to Beta, Toontown Rewritten moved into Live by releasing the 2.0.0 update on September 1, 2017.[7] From that point forward, Toontown Rewritten continues to release updates in an effort to improve the game.

Toons

Main page: Toons

Toons are the main protagonists of Toontown Rewritten, silly cartoon characters that enjoy having fun and are constantly using their arsenal of gags to stop Cogs from converting Toontown into a corporate dystopia. When a Toon is created, the player is able to choose the Toon's gender, color, and basic clothing. Once the player creates their Toon, the Toon is sent to Tutorial Terrace.

Cogs

Main page: Cogs

Cogs are the main antagonists of Toontown Rewritten, corporate robots with the objective to convert Toontown into a corporate dystopia. Their corporate ladders comprise of eight Cogs each that normally vary from level 1 to level 12, as well as a boss Cog. Cogs use a set of attacks to drain Toons' laff and sadden them; stronger Cogs tend to have higher health and stronger attacks. However, Cogs explode when they laugh upon being affected by Toons' gags.

Gags

Main page: Gags

Gags are hilarious jokes used by Toons to defeat the Cogs. Beginner Toons start off with Cupcake and Squirting Flower from the Throw and Squirt tracks but can obtain high-level gags by earning skill points and earn new gag tracks by completing ToonTasks. Toons can purchase gags from Goofy's Gag Shop for a single jellybean each, excluding level 7 gags. There are ToonTasks that grant upgraded gag pouches, allowing Toons to carry up to a total of 80 gags after completing every ToonTask.

Playgrounds

Main page: Playground

Playgrounds are the central, safe area of neighborhoods. There are tunnels in them that lead to streets, which lead to different neighborhoods and a Cog headquarters.

Cog headquarters

Main page: Cog headquarters

Cog headquarters are areas that are permanently controlled by branches of Cogs and are home to the boss Cogs. Goons, Skelecogs, and Version 2.0 Cogs can be found in such areas.

ToonTasks

Main page: ToonTask

A ToonTask is a quest in which Toons can complete to reach an incentive, offered by various NPCs. ToonTasks can consist of many different objectives like defeating Cogs, delivering items or gags to shopkeepers, or going fishing. There are also "Just for Fun!" ToonTasks, which are not required for completion and can be deleted at any time; and limited-time ToonTasks, which are only available during certain events.

Activities

Fishing

Main page: Fishing

Fishing is an activity where Toons can catch fish to add to their collection and receive jellybeans by selling the fish. As a Toon catches fish, they earn trophies and obtain laff boosts. Up to 70 different fish species can be caught. In addition to fish, objects such as old boots and jellybean jars can also be caught.

On Wednesdays and Silly Saturdays, Toons can also play Fish Bingo to earn extra jellybeans.

Racing

Main page: Racing

Racing is an activity in Goofy Speedway where up to four Toons can race in karts on a variety of tracks to earn tickets, which can then be used to enter more races, or upgrade and customize karts. Toons earn trophies and obtain laff boosts by reaching certain milestones.

On Mondays and Silly Saturdays, Toons can participate in the Grand Prix to compete in three consecutive races and win many tickets.

Gardening

Main page: Gardening

Gardening is an activity where Toons can start and grow their own garden at their estate to earn trophies and obtain laff boosts. Tree plots and gardening trays appear around a Toon's house once they obtain a gardening kit that can be purchased from Clarabelle's Cattlelog. Gardening involves three main activities: planting flowers, growing gag trees, and planting statues. Shovels and watering cans are the primary gardening tools, both of which improve with use.

Golfing

Main page: Golfing

Golfing is an activity in Chip 'n Dale's MiniGolf where up to four Toons can play minigolf over a series of holes to earn trophies and obtain laff boosts. A round of minigolf can be played by one to four Toons at a time, each taking turns. When Toons score their own golf balls into the hole or reach a limit of three shots over par for that hole, all advance together to the next hole.

Parties

Main page: Parties

Parties are where Toons can come together to play all sorts of party activities, which typically last for a total of 30 minutes. Toons may walk up to a party gate at any playground to create their own party or join an existing party. Toons can also earn jellybeans by playing party activities.

Estate

Main page: Estate

An estate is a Toon's land property that consists of six houses, a fishing pond, and a fishing bucket. A Toon's house is where they live, which has their name displayed above the house's front door.

Doodles

Main page: Doodles

Doodles are pets for Toons. They are similarly shaped to jellybeans and have eyes, a nose, ears, and feet, along with an array of possible unique features such as fur patterns, tails, horns, and antennae. Toons may adopt them from Pet Shops.

Silly Meter

Main page: Silly Meter

One of Toontown Rewritten's latest updates introduces the Silly Meter, a device that tracks Toontown's evolving silly levels. As Toons continuously engage in activities, the Silly Meter rises and eventually reaches its peak of maximum silliness. Most, if not all, activities in Toontown such as defeating Cogs, eliminating Cog Buildings, throwing a party, and going golfing allow Toons to earn "Silly Points". When the Silly Meter reaches maximum silliness, all Toons across Toontown unlock a special reward called a Silly Team.

Toons can visit Toon Hall to grab a ToonTask from any Loony Labs Scientoon to obtain a Silly Reader that allows them to keep track of their own Silly Points and Toontown's global silliness.

Sellbot Task Force expansion

Main page: Sellbot Task Force expansion

Toontown Rewritten's Sellbot Task Force expansion features over 50 new ToonTasks, a top-secret Sellbot Task Force Hideout, dozens of new rank-up rewards, and the long-awaited Sellbot Field Offices.

After Sellbot Field Offices landed across Toontown, the Toon Resistance seeks new recruits to join their cause and help put a stop to the Cogs' sinister tactics. Toons that meet the requirements of completing ToonTasks through Donald's Dreamland, earning every Cog Disguise, and having at least one level 7 gag may join the Toon Resistance.

System requirements

Toontown Rewritten has specific system requirements for Windows, macOS, and Linux that allow for the best in-game experience. System requirements are taken directly from the "Play" page of Toontown Rewritten's website.[8]

Windows Mac Linux
Operating System Microsoft Windows 8.1 macOS 10.14 Mojave Any common 64-bit Linux distribution¹
CPU A dual-core CPU A 64-bit dual-core CPU
RAM 2 GB
Hard Drive At least 500 MB free space
Graphics Card An OpenGL-compatible card with at least 256 MB of graphics memory²
Internet Connection Any internet connection

¹ Requires glibc >= 2.17, libstdc++ >= 3.4.20, OpenGL and X11 support.

² Some Intel HD Graphics cards may experience issues rendering the game's graphics properly due to poor OpenGL support. If you experience any visual issues, try downloading the latest version of your graphics card's driver or contact Intel for help.

Windows Mac Linux
Operating System Microsoft Windows 10 macOS 11 Big Sur Any common 64-bit Linux distribution
CPU A 64-bit quad-core CPU
RAM 4 GB
Hard Drive At least 1 GB free space
Graphics Card An OpenGL-compatible card with at least 1 GB of graphics memory
Internet Connection A broadband internet connection

References

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