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Looney Tunes: Duck Amuck

Released on 30 November 2007

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

2.0 out of 5 (4 customer reviews) | Write a review

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He's cranky. He's loud. He's one bad duck... but he's all yours! Use your Nintendo DS stylus to interact with your own short-tempered and devious Daffy Duck. The goal is to get Daffy quackin' as you try to fill his rage-o-meter through a series of minigames. Progress through levels, make him furious and win the game. It's time to drive this Duck Amuck!

Looney Tunes: Duck Amuck builds upon the classic Looney Tunes animated short, Duck Amuck, in which an unseen animator torments Daffy by regularly changing his physical appearance, shape, clothing and environment. In the videogame, you play the role of the unseen animator using the touch-screen to directly interact with Daffy Duck.
  • Use the stylus, microphone and physical Nintendo DS system in your quest to drive Daffy nuts.
  • Make Looney Tunes: Duck Amuck your own as your drawings become part of the minigame fun.
  • There's nowhere to hide - Daffy knows you're his ever-present nemesis and will talk directly to you... even when you close the Nintendo DS system!
  • Use the Nintendo DS stylus to irritate, aggravate and infuriate Daffy in over 20 minigames inspired by familiar Daffy Duck cartoons.
  • Wireless gameplay lets you and a friend gang up on Daffy as a team or battle each other in head-to-head competition.
  • Looney Tunes: Duck Amuck's unlockable bonus content and multiple endings offer maximum replay value.
  • Starring Daffy Duck and including a supporting cast of other notable Looney Tunes characters, Looney Tunes: Duck Amuck features current Looney Tunes voice talent and captures the irreverent humor of the brand.

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 Average rating (4 reviews)


| | See all Mightywoolst's reviews (2)

I won this game in a raffle ticket draw and was extremly excited!
i love looney tunes and daffy duck is living legend!
but the game was poor and had no action or fun,
it was mostly boring mini games,

but of course the choice is yours,

 Well worth trying

| | See all FlyingLemming's reviews (16)

I saw the game here for the low price and thought I'd give it a go. The reviews don't do it justice at all.
It is a chance to torment Daffy and he has many snappy answers for you. The whole look of it is just like being in the old Warner Brothers cartoons down to the backgrounds, sound effects and background music.
You have to find the mini-games then complete them to get Daffy more and more angry. The previous reviewer said that the games were hard to work out what you needed to do, but if you press 'start' during any of the games it tells you exactly what you have to do, as it tells you in the instruction booklet, though who reads them.
The programmers have really done a good job of playing with the whole DS: using both screens a lot, very interactive with the stylus and, the one that surprised me, if you shut the DS Daffy starts yelling at you to opening it up again then you play a mini-game where you close the DS and follow Daffy's instructions.
The makers obviously had fun with the DS and with Daffy. Not the best game I have played but one of the most inventive, and something different is a nice change.

 Style over substance

| | See all AngrilyHot's reviews (53)

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Anyone remember a classic Lonney Tunes cartoon from way back in the 50's where an off screen animator (who later turned out to be none other than Bugs Bunny himself) ends up tormenting Daffy Duck for a good six minutes?

Well this cartoon clearly is the inspiration for this game, where players are simply encouraged to pick on Daffy until he gets so naffed off he blows his stack. The underlying problem is that, while the presentation is through-the-roof awesome, the actual games that holds everything together absolutely stinks. It's a strange balance of love/hate; as a virtual interactive cartoon, the designers did a fantastic job. As a game, well...it really needs work.

Players can poke and prod at Daffy and he will react in an amusing and lifelike fashion. You can rub out his lower half, and draw in a new one, or destroy the background and Daffy will furiously try to patch it all together with sticky tape, and thanks to the use of seemless extensive video sequences that meld with interactive sprites this is absolutely brilliant! Picking on Daffy will trigger mini-game events but to reveal them in this review would ruin half the game's fun, charm and cool sense of discovery. Which means I won't ruin all the surprises and reveal the different ways to torment the poor guy. Instead, I'll just jump right into the mini-games themselves.

Be afraid. Be very afraid. Usually when you get a collection of mini-games, generally there's a gem among the rubbish, but the mini-games in this pack are pretty much all duds. Slice Daffy in half again and again, until they're so small they simply disappear. Bounce food up to Daffy and make him overeat. Rotate a "Stun Runner" world around and make Daffy trip up. Dish out cards to the right poker players. There are about 20 mini-games in here, the idea behind most is to defeat Daffy or make him lose at the game...something that isn't made clear at the start. When you're playing a game where you think you're winning, you're actually losing and also losing a bit of ground trying to get to the end of the game. And I can't think of a single mini-game in here that I'd play on its own outside of the normal game progression...they're that bad.

But there's no denying the game's humor: it's actually extremely well written and funny. Daffy constantly cracks jokes about the shoddy programming and the Nintendo DS system's abilities (including its pixel count). A lot of classic Duck Amuck jokes were rewritten and revisited for the Nintendo DS, including the one where a second Daffy shows up on the top screen to have a conversation with himself on the lower screen. The talent responsible for Daffy's voice injects the classic energy of a classic cartoon. The development team clearly loved the classic cartoon, and its shows.

Duck Amuck contains the most creative use of the Nintendo DS but this is an excellent case of style dripping over substance and if you can forgive its dire lack of the latter, you're sure to enjoy what laughs you'll get out of it.

 Very poor

| | See all katss14's reviews (26)

I was very dissappointed in this game its just boring mini games and there is no point to it. i dont recommend anyone to buy this

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Rating3+ (PEGI)