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Duck Game

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Based on 13 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Aug 22, 2017
PCJun 4, 2015
Nintendo SwitchMay 2, 2019

Developer: Landon Podbielski

Publisher: Adult Swim Games

Genre: Action

The year is 1984. Ducks run wild in a frantic battle for FAME and GLORY. Win over spectators by destroying your feathered friends with an IRRESPONSIBLE NUMBER OF WEAPONS. One shot and you’re ROASTED. This is DUCK GAME. Finally on Nintendo Switch with more LEVELS, more GUNS and more QUACKING.

- Battles with up to 4 DUCKS in Online Play, Local Couch Combat or Local Wireless
- Learn to DESTROY in Single Player Challenge Mode
- Countless weapons and levels - including new levels FIRST on Nintendo Switch!
- Create and share YOUR levels with the Map editor
- The ONLY competitive game on Nintendo Switch with QUACKING

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90 / 100
Elisha Deogracias

At the end of the day, Duck Game is flocking fun and a real gem for anyone wanting some pure, unadulterated entertainment. Its simple controls mixed with addictively fun gameplay and a hilarious premise make this an instant multiplayer classic.

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81 / 100

As a party game, I recommend Duck Game highly. As a personal purchase, I still recommend Duck Game because it is a simple game done well.

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Despite its humor, Duck Game is far from a joke of a game. Tightly designed and easy to jump into, it's a sure pick for anyone looking to entertain some company.

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7 / 10.0
Chris Compendio

Ultimately, it’s tough to recommend Duck Game over the likes of Towerfall, Nidhogg 2, Inversus, Runbow, Overcooked, Snipperclips, and a host of other party games on the Switch. It simply isn’t as coherent and wieldy to inspire countless play sessions like the other games had for me. It may have some advantages simply by having online play, making it one of few options when similar party games only have online multiplayer, but even then, it would be a stretch to have this game as your number one choice to play while alone unless you really enjoy the absurdist humor. All of that being said, you can quack in Duck Game, and nowhere else.

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