Deep Duck Trouble Starring Donald Duck

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Deep Duck Trouble Starring Donald Duck
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Developer(s) Aspect
Publisher(s) Sega re-released in USA by Majesco
Composer(s) Saori Kobayashi
Platform(s) Game Gear, Sega Master System
Release date(s) 1993
Genre(s) Platform game
Mode(s) Single-player

Deep Duck Trouble Starring Donald Duck, known in Japan as Donald Duck's Four Treasures (ドナルドダックの4つの秘宝 Donarudo Dakku no Yotsu no Hihō?) is a Sega Master System and Game Gear title originally released in 1993. It is a Disney-licensed game developed by Sega.


This game is a sequel to Sega's previous Donald Duck title Lucky Dime Caper. It is a platform game reminiscent of Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse, as both have similar gameplay elements.


The story line is that Donald must save Uncle Scrooge from a curse which has turned him into a floating balloon. In the tradition of DuckTales, there is a choice of map locations to begin the quest.


Donald's chief means of attack are kicking blocks (some of which contain diamonds or ice cream cones) and consuming chili peppers, which temporarily enable Donald to plow through all enemies at high speed.

Recent Release[edit]

Around 2000, Majesco re-released this game, under license from Sega, along with re-releasing the Game Gear system itself and several other titles in the United States. These games are sometimes found in discount bins or dollar shops, since Majesco has shifted focus to new game franchises.[citation needed]

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