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Amiga 2 4.0
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Combined MobyScore 2 4.0

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SymbianMobile Game Faqs
While QWAK is obviously not a revolutionary concept for 2005 it has definitely raised the bar in terms of gameplay and it ticks most of the boxes.
Game Boy AdvanceThe Video Game Critic
Still, Qwak is great for a quick fix, and top scores are recorded to a high score screen that's conveniently saved to cartridge. The easy-listening soundtrack is pleasant enough, and I love the "quack" sound effect when you bite the dust (and turn into a roasted duck in the process). Qwak is easy to play but difficult to master - the hallmark of all great games. If you're looking for a slick title with an old-school sensibility, be sure to purchase a copy of this limited-edition gem.
AmigaHigh Score
Qwak är ett spel som trots, eller kanske tack vare, sin enkelhet är mycket bra. Ta hem en polare att spela tillsammans med så kommer skratten att flöda.
AmigaAmiga Joker
Immerhin verkündet die Werbung selbstbewußt, daß es sich um „vielleicht das spielbarste Amiga-Game aller Zeiten“ handle. Zieht man jetzt den handelsüblichen Übertreibungsfaktor ab, kommt die Aussage der Wahrheit sogar recht nahe: Dieses witzige Jump & Run steht ganz in der Tradition von Spielen wie „Bubble Bobble“, „New Zealand Story“ oder „Rainbow Island“ und verzichtet konsequent auf jede Art von Hintergrundstory - Quak ist einfach die Plattform-Odyssee von ein oder zwei (simultan) hüpfenden Enten durch acht Welten mit insgesamt 80 Leveln.
Although Qwak can appear dated, it IS arcade and classic, plays without error and features online highscores and free support. There is only so much you can expect from a game that has been in circulation for 20 years, and with updated graphics and sound, Qwak is a decent arcade platformer that keeps you entertained and challenged and definitely worth another play.