Who is not fond of Disney cartoons and its characters that are etched in our heart since ages. Disney’s Duck Tales: The Quest for Gold takes the players back to the time of cartoons in the late 90s. Its filled with immense of humor, adventure and traverses through lot of fun elements keeping the gamers glued to the screen.
The plot and characters are familiar. You play Uncle Scrooge around whom the entire gameplay revolves. Uncle Scrooge who is a temperamental, aggressive and cynical Scottish git is in a war with his staunch enemy FlintheartGlomgold. His enemy is his replica often seen hanging with Magica De Spell and the Beagle Boys who create chaos for Scrooge.
On Scrooge’s side are his nephews Huey, Louie, and Dewey along with his niece Webbigail who aid him in traveling around the world and get him out of trouble posed by his enemies. Hisother accompaniment is Launchpad McQuack who is his pilot. The game is a roller coaster ride in proving who is the richest duck in the globe.
You as the player must collect as much money as possible within 30 days traveling to different parts of the world from climbing mountains to exploring the jungle. Midst there are plenty of hurdles, fights and few action-packed scenes to curb the enemies and make Uncle Scrooge Win.
Disney’s Duck Tales: The Quest for Gold is filled with excellent graphics, amazing plot conceptualization and many interesting levels that heightens the craze every time. The controls used for playing the game is simple which can be handled by keys as well as the mouse to hit the target and collect valuables. A continuous quest of winning the gold and making Scrooge the richest duck in the world the game is a one-stop destination of fun and enjoyment.
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