Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions

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Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions
Basic Information
Video Game
ICOM Simulations
2D Platform, Action
Game Pak
SNES and Game Boy
Retail Features
Technical Information
Main Credits
Todd M. Papaleo
Brian Babendererde, Michael Garber
Nu Romantic Productions
European Union European Release Date(s)
Super Nintendo Entertainment System
April 281994
Game Boy
September 301994
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
Super Nintendo Entertainment System
October 1993
Game Boy
January 1995
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Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions (known in the European Game Boy version as Daffy Duck) is a Super Nintendo Entertainment System game that involves Duck Dodgers in the 24th and a ½ Century, as told in the classic Looney Tunes stories created by Chuck Jones. Greg Burson was the voice of Daffy Duck in the Super NES version of the game.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Duck Dodgers himself has some funny one-line jokes. When he is hit he will say some of Daffy Duck's more infamous lines from the 1950s like Mother and You're despicable, voiced by Greg Burson.[1] The player starts out at a resort on Mars (complete with a lava swimming pool and the layout of a 1950s North American motel), and then the stages grow more surreal from there. Shrinking rays and crushing platforms are commonly seen as the player tries to kill Martians that are standing in his way. In the end, Marvin the Martian must be destroyed in the final stage of the game. The game is actually very well put together. He has infinite ammo for his starting gun.

However, Dodgers can find or buy more for other guns throughout the game with the game's fictional cash ($) unit. Dodgers actually has a jet pack so he can fly around should the danger on the ground be too much to handle. A shield to block incoming projectiles as well as a special little thing called a Nutty which is like a special weapon where Duck Dodgers goes insane killing everything on the screen.

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