Half minigame collection, half interactive cartoon, Looney Tunes: Duck Amuck may well be the best video game offering yet for the venerable Warner Bros. franchise. Based on the 1951 animated short of the same name, Duck Amuck stars Daffy Duck as he is poked, prodded and otherwise perturbed by the person creating his video game.
The games vary in quality and difficulty. On the plus side, you have Use Your Noodle, which is reminiscent of Cooking Mama, and Diamond Mine! Mine!, a game that recalls memories of the Atari 2600 classic Adventure. However, some of the games can be frustrating or downright dull. Additionally, sometimes finding the minigames themselves can require trial and error, not to mention incredible patience.
Probably the most impressive part of the game? It looks, sounds, and feels just like one of the original cartoons. Despite it's flaws and relatively short length, this is a fun game that's a must own for fans of Bugs, Daffy and the rest of the Looney Tunes crew.