Donald Duck's Playground is a computer game for the Commodore 64, based on the Walt Disney cartoon and comic book character Donald Duck. It was also ported to the IBM PCjr, Apple II, Atari ST and Amiga. It was designed by Al Lowe, who went on to create the Leisure Suit Larry series. The player takes the role of Donald Duck, whose job is to earn money so that he can buy playground items for his nephews. To do this, Donald can get himself a job in any of four different places: a greengrocer's, a railroad, a toy shop or an airport. Each job shift lasts from one to eight minutes, as the player wants, in which time Donald has to earn as much as he can.
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