Dr. Quack serves as a major antagonist in Yooka-Laylee. He is the ruthless and traitorous head of Quack Corp, a business recently acquired by Hivory Towers, and is working hard to satisfy the demands, and create inventions for his new boss, Capital B.
To support the development of Capital B's plans, Dr. Quack stole all the research of his colleague Dr. Puzz and left her unemployed. He also created the Novelizer 64, an invention that can steal all the books in the world.
Dr. Quack holds a Quickfire Quiz in-between various sections of Hivory Towers. It is a multiple-choice quiz with different questions about the previous worlds.
Name Origin Edit
Dr. Quack is named after the sound of a duck, "Quack." A quack is also a term for a a crazy person, describing his design and personality. A quack doctor is also a doctor who has no sort of medical experience, which is ironic since Dr. Quack is incredibly skilled and intelligent.
Dr. Quack is a green mallard duck with a yellow bill and a white ring of feathers around his neck. The rest of his body (if he has one) is not visible, as it's hidden from view while he pilots a red biosuit. The biosuit is a motorized gumball machine full of pink, breathable, bubbly fluid. The gumball machine reads 'Dr. Quack 2¢ gum.' A thick metal antenna sits on top of the biosuit with a doctor's head mirror worn around its bowl.
Dr. Quack is a mentally-unstable, malicious, and antagonistic duck. He is constantly trying to stop Yooka and Laylee's progress. He is highly intelligent, having invented several machines for his boss, Capital B.
- "Bah! You've been reading Yookapedia, haven't you?"
Concept Art Edit
- Dr. Quack's biosuit is similar to that of Grunty's in Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts.
- The design of Dr. Quack could be a reference to Quackberry from Rare's Viva Piñata.
- Dr. Quack was designed by Mark Stevenson.
- On Yooka-Laylee's Steam page, it mentions that Dr. Quack was planned to originally ride in a tank rather than a gumball machine.
- Dr. Quack seems to be the equivalent of Klungo, Gruntilda's henchman from the first Banjo-Kazooie.
- It is unknown as to why Dr. Quack's biosuit reads Dr. Quack 2¢ gum.
- The Novelizer 64 may be a reference to the Nintendo 64, as they are phonetically similar.