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While Donald Duck was looking through his Uncle Scrooge's old books, a piece of paper flew out which told of a secret artifact; one that was buried by King Garuzia of the ancient Great Duck Kingdom. Not only was the message signed by the King himself, but it included a map of its whereabouts!
Donald dreamed of having more wealth than even his rich Uncle Scrooge, so he grabbed the map, promised Daisy he'd be back, and embarked on a journey to find this Great Duck Treasure. If he only knew that Big Bad Pete and his Ducky Gang were after the very same thing....
QuackShot has the player guiding Donald through ten levels around the world: Duckberg, Mexico, Aztec Ruins, Transylvania, Viking Ghostship, South Pole, Maharaja's Palace, Egypt, Ducky Gang Hideout, and finally the Great Duck Treasure Island. Don't worry, Donald isn't going without some protection: he can shoot an unlimited supply of yellow plungers to stun the enemy.
He can also find different colored plungers giving him more abilities, such as scaling walls or sticking to birds to cross dangerous territory. Besides the plunger gun, Donald has both a popcorn and bubblegum "weapon," which fires kernels or bubbles, respectively. Keep an eye on the temper meter that fills up whenever you take hits—once it's maxed out, Donald can use his "Quack Attack" on unsuspecting enemies. Rounding out the adventure are cameos from Huey, Dewey, Louie and other Disney characters. ~ Scott Alan Marriott, All Game Guide