Summary: First off, Daffy talks to much. Most of the "game" is actually mini episodes of Looney Tunes wich lead to a mini game! The whole thing is basicly about 30 minigames, wich you get to by doing something like, splashing piant on Daffy, or closing the DS. Thats all it is! I expected a lot better! I got it on sale for 13 bucks, and I think that's ABOUT the right price!
A great concept, decent execution, but too little content.
Jacob Leh, Amazon
30 May 2008
Summary: For anyone who is a fan of classic Looney Tunes, the very concept of this game should be quite enticing. In the original Duck Amuck cartoon, Daffy Duck is terrorized by the animator, who messes with him in all sorts of ways. Duck Amuck for the DS attempts to recreate the cartoon as a game, and does so remarkably well. Many of the lines and gags for the cartoon are reused here, but they feel more endearing than recycled. Such is the nature of nostalgia.
Summary: I am writing this for my 11 year old Granddaughter. She thought it was a fun game, but if you do not like repetition it is not for you. The Robin Hood game was her least favorite, and Western Dealer was her favorite.
Graphic Novel / Manga Reader "ownstoomanybooks", Amazon
23 October 2007
Summary: I am an adult gamer. I thought I'd try this game because there are alot of adults that enjoy kids' games. (I've played New Super Mario, Kirby, Curious George etc..) There is alot of talking in this game. Daffy Duck tells you about the game, then you play variety of mini-games. Each mini-game has 5 levels. Once you beat 5 levels, then you move on to a different game. There are some waiting in between games as Daffy Duck talks.
Conclusion: 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?