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Life of D. Duck II

by Audunsoft

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File size: 72.5 MB
Downloaded: 2,924 times
Graphics: 640x480, 32-bit color
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28 Oct 2008
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Full Length Game
Short Game Can be completed within 30 minutes
Medium Length Game Takes at least 30 mins to finish
Full Length Game As long as a Sierra / LucasArts classic
Non-Adventure Game Using Adventure Game Studio for something else?!
Joke Game You know when it fits this category ;)
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About this game

Art and dialogue by aspiring artist Bjornar B.

D. Duck is a champion. Having won Duckcity (Duckburg) marathon, his only goal left in life is winning the heart of Daisy. When D. Duck comes home with heart medicine for his sick old grandmother, fat Uncle Jubalon arrives at his doorstep. Unable to stop his uncle from breaking into the house, D. Duck is witness to an appetite unlike any other. As his girlfriend flees the scene, she seeks shelter in the loving arms of lucky Cousin Anton (Gladstone Gander). Take control over D. Duck as he struggles to handle his biggest problems yet, and meet up with popular Disney characters such as Uncle Scrooge, Magica De Spell and his three troublemaking nephews.

AGS Awards Nominations

Nominated, Best Animation 2008

Nominated, Best Sound Effects 2008

AGS Panel Review

"Yes, it's all drawn with markers, and pretty badly drawn at that. But it is consistent, so hats off. It's funny, but it's an unsettling kind of funny; you're laughing, but you can't quite figure out why. Lot's to do, puzzling is averagely fine. It's fun to play, but the real world seems disturbingly skewed when you've finished. I like it, but I feel that liking it is somehow wrong. "

4 people commented on this game (newest first):

I'm really getting into this game. The jerky head movements when they talk. The rambling dialogue. The retro Commodore 64 music. The cartoony sound effects. The bit where Uncle Scrooch throws the string out the window (not sure what all that was about). Play it! Play it now!
2013-12-13 13:13:53 by monkey424
This unexpected sequel to D. Duck's adventures improves on the first part, which already had great humor, terrible spelling and charming horribly drawn characters. I'd say, play it!
2008-12-07 13:28:21 by jkohen
One of my favourite games ever! You have to play this. As long as you are OK with the unusual graphical style, there is nothing not to like about this game. Great animations, puzzles, music, artwork and humour. Thoroughly enjoyable.
2008-11-04 20:03:27 by Robvalue (robvalue)
Despite the, uh, eccentric internal logic: this is a weird little masterpiece, one that'll be just as amazing and strange ten years from now as it is today.
2008-11-01 01:38:04 by Montague
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