Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions

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a game by Sunsoft
Genres: Educational/Kids, Platformer
Platforms: SNESSNES, GameBoy
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See also: Disney Games, Daffy Duck Games
Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions
Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions
Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions
Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions

Fans of Warner Bros, cartoons are in for a treat with this new side-scrolling game. Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions may not be as easy to play as the cartoons are to watch, but you'll still enjoy this boisterous game.

A Few Green Men

Marvin the Martian has some pretty disastrous plans for Earth. First of all, he wants to populate it with huge, green Martians, which he gets from freeze-dried pellets. Pushy little fellow that he is, he's still no match for the half-wit of Daffy Duck as Duck Dodgers!

ProTip: See a space you can't get into? Try turning around and firing low. Shooting your gun propels you backward and will shoot you into the space.

In Daffy Duck: TMM, you'll travel through 20 levels blasting Martians, rock monsters, and robots of all sorts. You also contend with falling rocks, slippery ice, lava pools, and bottomless chasms. Fortunately, you can find strewn throughout the stages weapons, extra lives, Continue Gems, and fuel for your jet- pack. Plus, each enemy you destroy yields money bags, which you can then use between rounds to purchase weapons (a Freeze Gun, an Electricity Gun, an Antimatter Pistol, or a Bomb Gun) and fuel for your jetpack. You can also purchase extra lives, Continue Gems, and a Nutty Attack (a screen-clearing Loony frenzy).

At the end of each level, you square off against minibosses, who prove to be more formidable than they look. Sometimes it's just a pair of Martians, other times it's two- headed fire-breathing dragons, cyborg Martians, or killer forest creatures. At the end of each stage, you'll square off with Marvin, who's trying his hardest to put roast duck on the menu. Don't judge Marvin by his size, though, 'cuz getting past him will frustrate even the toughest gamers.

  • You can jump into some Lava Falls without singeing your feathers.
  • Beating the first Marvin Boss takes timing. Shoot at his cockpit from below, but be careful not to get nailed by the metal appendage he waves at you. Jump back to the left when the arm swings near, then jump to the right again when the arm swings your way.

Looks Ducky, Sounds Quacked

Daffy's fine-feathered graphics fly. The backgrounds in this game are reminiscent of Death Valley Rally, another Sunsoft/ WB title. You'll find cool background scenes on the Ice Meteor and in the Lava Pools, and Daffy and Marvin look like they just came from the cartoon set. The Martians also look just like their cartoon counterparts, but the other not-cartoon-related characters, such as the rock monsters, bugs, and dragons, just don't fit.

The music in this game will make you Daffy, if not downright Looney. It's the same theme over and over again, with little variation. The other sounds, like Daffy shouting "Duck Dodgers" or letting out a pitiful "Mother!" are very clear, and they help to keep the game's humor alive.

  • Swim past the dangerous Looney fish in the water levels. Destroying them takes too much time and ammo.
  • When you get into this room, shoot the gear above you quickly. Don't let up until the screen fades out.

Control Tower Calling Daffy

Unfortunately, this game's controls have real problems. The main character sprite doesn't always land where you want him to, which is trouble in a game featuring bottomless gaps. Daffy also has an annoying habit of bouncing backwards when he fires. Consequently, if you're near the edge of a cliff, it's bye-bye Duck. There is a Shield motion to protect you from enemy shots, but using the Shield and the Cun simultaneously requires some serious finger crossing.

In the Forest, check your map (press Start) repeatedly. It will save you time and keep you from wandering aimlessly with a low life bar.

Daffy Fits the Bill

If jump-and-shoot gaming is your style, you'll love Daffy Duck. There's enough action here to keep you glued to your set, just like the old Saturday morning cartoons. You'll also find that beating this game is no easy (webbed) feat, so you'll get your money's worth in game playtime.

  • When you face the water-level Marvin, try not to hit the Gum Ball Machine, which throws Martian-inducing pellets into the water. Instead, aim for Marvin.
  • Save your money for Continue Gems and Freeze Gun. Both will help you get out of tight situations.

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System requirements:

  • PC compatible
  • Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
  • Pentium II (or equivalent) 266MHz (500MHz recommended), RAM: 64MB (128MB recommended), DirectX v8.0a or later must be installed

System requirements:

  • PC compatible
  • Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP

Game Reviews

The hero of toons, Duck Dodgers, has come to save the cosmos from the evil forces that have joined forces with Marvin the Martian. As Duck Dodgers you are off to release five planets from the rule of various baddies that the universe has never seen before. Our determined hero will stop at nothing to see that cosmic peace will once again reign. But can he win? Will he be victorious? Or will all the members of hate and vengeance succeed in their cruel and twisted plans to make the universe crumble under their sick and tyrannical fist? The future of galactic peace is at stake! And only a hero of epic proportions and fame can possibly have even a slight chance of defeating these twisted toons. Does Duck Dodgers have the power? Anything can happen in the twenty-fourth and a half century! Good Luck!


The theme of Daffy Duck does add to the fun of the game.


The game play could use a little tweaking, especially when jumping around.


Enemies that fall through the floor when they die.

First Death Valley Rally and Taz-Mania, now Looney Toon Daffy Duck! The animations (just stand Daffy still) and voices are excellent, yet the control needs a bit of work - the jumps being particularly troublesome.

Playing the role of Duck Dodgers, you set out to claim planets and save the cosmic space ambassadors from the insidious Marvin the Martian.

Faced with screaming cactuses, instant aliens, and Marvin himself everywhere you look, this game will keep you on your toes. An options screen at the beginning of each set of levels will let you pick which weapons and items you will need for your journey. Hidden items are all over and the stages have no time limit, so explore everywhere! Would anyone like a dip in the lava pit? Hoo Hoo!

"So you're the new hot shot pilot for the Galactic Federation, aye? Well lend an ear rookie and learn a few things from a veteran galactic gunner.

First of all, those Silver Hawk warships you'll be flying aren't toys. They are sleek shifty, state of the art battle cruisers with a load of firepower. You'll need every bit of it too! That evil tyrant, Belser, and his metal monster spacecrafts, will fire weapons you've never seen before. And if your maneuvers are any slower than light-speed, you'll be nothin' but space sparks.

Our only chance to save the planet Darius and restore order in the galaxy, is by keeping our pilots alive. I've seen plenty of good pilots go by the wayside because they hit the panic button as soon as they got a glimpse of those oversized monster ships. In other words, keep your composure kid. It's also a darn good idea to fly your missions with a good buddy. After all, any good pilot can use a trusty wingman.

Well kid, it sounds like they're calling your number. I hope we get a chance to talk again. Good luck, rookie!"

Do you dream to save the galaxy? Well then, live out your dream by playing the adventurous and comedic game Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions. You will take on the role of Duck Dodgers the alter ego of Daffy Duck as he fights a crucial battle with Marvin the Martian in the twenty-fourth and a half century. Marvin the Martian has an evil plan to annihilate the entire solar system and it is up to Duck Dodgers to wage through the game’s twenty levels in order to destroy Marvin and stop his wicked scheme. The task to defeat Marvin isn’t easy because Duck Dodgers has to face many obstacles throughout the levels such as shrinking rays, cactus that fire needles, crushing platforms, and Martians, which come to life instantly by adding water. If you take on the challenge of Duck Dodgers’ mission and surpass the many obstacles found in the levels of the game, you will have the opportunity to finally, demolish Marvin the Martian in the games last stage. This single player game, developed by Sunsoft and released in 1993, is comprised of a cast of Looney Tunes who will entertain all ages. The game is compatible with SNES gaming platforms as well as Gameboy.

It's the twenty-four-and-a-half century, and Duck Dodgers is still battling Marvin the Martian. In this two-meg game, Earth is blocking Marvin's view of Venus, so he's aimed his P38 Space Modulator at Earth and targeted it for disintegration. Only Daffy (alias Duck Dodgers) and his shrinking ray gun stand in Marv's way! The four stages and 25 levels of side-view fun feature many of the goofy enemies from the classic cartoons.

The Earth is blocking Marvin's view of Venus, so the famous Martian tries to destroy it. This is a job for Duck Dodgers, a.k.a. Daffy Duck!

Quack Up

This cart packs in four stages (25 levels) of good hop-n-bop game play. The action looks somewhat like the SNES version and includes wacky aliens, challenging obstacles, and, of course, Marvin and Daffy.

Power-ups consist chiefly of extra lives, but keep an eye out for special platforms and blocks that open doors. The game's main strategy consists of swapping between Daffy's five weapons.

Daffy's controls are simple -one button shoots, and another button maneuvers the Jet Pack. None of the obstacles or enemies are overly tough, but the excellent controls come in handy for precise jump-and-fire combinations.

It's Just Ducky

Daffy's graphics are excellent-K-9, Marvin, and the Daffster all look great. Nice backgrounds highlight each level, and the game boasts a stellar Super Game Boy frame.

Cutesy Game Boy tunes highlight the action well. You also get some spacey sound effects, like the buzzing of the jet packs.

Daffy Duck's one of the best Game Boy carts of the season. Sunsoft went to the moon with graphics, sounds, and game play. Who needs the rabbit?


  • At times, maneuvering urtth the Jet Pak requires fancy double pressing to navigate over wave gaps or through tricky passages.
  • When you find Items Mocked by walls, look for these Icons and blast'em. Then backtrack to find the open wall.
  • To defeat K-9 the first time you meet Mm In Stage 1, Jump up on the ledge to the right and fire down at Mm.

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    Andy said on Forum:

    Another game with so much potential spoilt by poor controls!.