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Disney's Duck Tales: The Quest for Gold

DOS - 1990

Also available on: Amiga - Atari ST - Commodore 64

Alt name La Bande a Picsou: La Ruée Vers L'or
Year 1990
Platform DOS
Released in United States
Genre Action
Theme Licensed Title, Platform, TV Cartoons, Walt Disney
Publisher Walt Disney Computer Software, Inc.
Developer Incredible Technologies, Inc.
Perspectives 2D scrolling, Side view, Behind view, Fixed / Flip-screen
Dosbox support Fully supported on 0.70
4.6 / 5 - 77 votes

Description of Disney's Duck Tales: The Quest for Gold

Although not commonly regarded as a formidable software developer, Disney nevertheless scores big with this game, an entertaining mixture of platform and arcade, with a bit of strategy thrown in (you can buy/sell stocks, and choose where to hunt treasures).

As a certain well-known miser Duck, lead your troop of 3 restless nephews on a global hunt for treasures. Get them before your rival Duck!

Review By HOTUD

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Comments and reviews

Trusteft 2023-11-19 0 point Atari ST version

The game is fun, though problematic.
Worth trying if you are a fan of Ducktales, but that's about it.

I made a video review of the ST version if anyone is interested.

Julie 2019-10-20 1 point

VAVILON - Thank you so much!!

kevinds 2019-06-28 0 point DOS version

Is there anywhere to find an un-modified original copy?

This one already has the 'DRM' removed.. I am trying to find a copy of the original game.

Vavilon 2019-04-08 4 points DOS version

JULIE - here is scan of original manual for this awesome game:

Julie 2018-08-17 0 point

Is there a copy of the manual available? I played this a ton as a kid but I remember needing the manual to play the stock market.

vibrantflame 2016-10-21 2 points

Thank you SO much, I love this game!

Kaapo 2015-09-27 0 point Commodore 64 version

miksi en pääse pelaa

Miuna 2015-04-21 0 point DOS version

Talbin - You can buy any Controller or Joystick/Pad you like.
I myself use an i-Bufallo classic Pad which works very well with such games as Lemmings.

Whether it works with a game or not depends solely on your system and the emulator. You do have to set it up in DOSBox first for it to be available in game though. If you happen to use D-Fend Reloaded press F4 and change all the relevant profiles. Under the heading Joystick you can set it either to Auto or 4-axis. Either way should be fine.

Talbin 2015-04-04 1 point DOS version

If I buy a modern joistick for pc, one of the retro joysticks made like in the old times, will I be able to use this for abandonware games, or can the game not register a modern usb stick?

stewnwt 2014-09-19 1 point DOS version

Played this game growing up, was SO AWESOME.

Ursula 2013-09-26 1 point DOS version



YAY!!!!!!! :)

Kappa 2013-06-13 1 point DOS version


DocDisco81 2013-03-30 0 point DOS version

THANKS! I've been playing this one on an IBM 286 when I was 10! THANKS! :D

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