Reviews and Problems with Looney Tunes: Duck Amuck
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Duck Amuck brings the great Looney Tunes episode to shame.
7 August 2009
Summary: Looney Tunes is perhaps the most beloved and famous cartoon in history. The pure comedy of it makes it so lovable, and it's natural to expect that, like most other cartoons and movies, it would be made into video games. Duck Amuck is one such game, and it's based on one of the funniest episodes of Looney Tunes where Daffy is being tortured and humiliated by an unseen animator.
Summary: Okay, I admit, I got this game because Daffy Duck is my favorite Looney Tune. Call me crazy, but this game can be fun and challenging, but also very aggravating in some parts. I like the touch screen feature, but unfortunately, some of the mini-games or challenges are very annoying, and at times, unbeatable. I try to have fun with it, but sometimes it just gets annoying and I turn it off, or switch to an easier game.
Summary: Duck Amuck requires enough speed and dexterity that it can't be aimed at kids. It's also somewhat confusing as to how any particular game is initiated -- if you annoy Daffy enough, sometimes he'll choose a game for you, but I only managed to open half a dozen games (and yes, I read the instructions). Overall, I would say it's too frustrating for young kids, and too dull for older ones.
Conclusion: 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,