Looney Tunes: Duck Amuck (DS) preview and trailer. Stick stylus to duck in this unique and innovative game

20 October 2007
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Looney Tunes: Duck Amuck for Nintendo DSI couldn’t let this one slip through the cracks. Looney Tunes: Duck Amuck is a really unique Nintendo DS title that came out on October 9th and got solid reviews and general critical acclaim for it’s innovative, cool design and great use of the features on the Nintendo DS.

The game is based on the famous cartoon (considered one of the greatest cartoons of all time), the 1953 Chuck Jones-directed Duck Amuck 6 minute short where an animator uses his brush to play games with Daffy, further and further infuriating him by sadistically changing everything from his clothes to his location to his voice to his very appearance, using the power of his pen. It was unique and innovative for it’s time and even today holds up extremely well . . . and for the first time a developer has been able to largely mimic it’s design in a game!

Wielding the DS’ stylus, you are tasked with poking, prodding, and messing with Daffy in as many ways you can think of, which if done correctly will uncover a brand new mini-game. There are around 20 mini-games to uncover but the real star of the show is the top-notch animation which is blended with FMV to create a seamless and unique experience where Daffy quips and comments throughout. Check out two videos of the game below and definitely keep an eye out for it if you are looking for a unique and fun little DS game that will likely be overlooked.


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