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Game #4394
Duck City   Collection: Coffee Break Fun
Action   Multi-type action

Rating: 8.25 (8 votes)

Duck City box cover

Duck City screenshot
Duck City is a wacky and fun collection of 6 action and puzzle games designed for kids of all ages. Designed by Alan Snow, creator of P.A.W.S, a wonderful "dog simulator" and our Hall of Belated Fame inductee, Duck City stars a talking cartoon duck who wanders around in his cartoon world, getting into one trouble after another. In one mini-game that is similar to basketball, you will see how a duck can pull off spectacular slam dunks. In the farm, you must fatten slugs by feeding them cabbages. The barber shop is the site of one of the game's most unique games: here, you cut and dry customers' hair to make cool haircuts. In the garage, you can participate in a fun cross-country racing. And finally in a lab, you can tinker with various gadgets and interact with RoboDuck, a cross between RoboCop and a duck.

All the games are simple to learn and easy to use - you need to memorize only a few keys and mouse clicks. With attractive and creative cartoon graphics, fun mini-games, and a transparent and intuitive interface, Duck City is a fun "interactive environment" for everyone in the family. None of the game has lasting play value, but they are ideal for a 5-10 minute coffee break at the office... or a fun evening for the kids in your house. Recommended!

Reviewed by: Underdogs

Designer: Alan Snow
Developer: Domestic Funk Productions
Publisher: BMG Interactive
Year: 1996
Software Copyright: Domestic Funk Productions
Theme: Cartoon
Multiplayer:  
None that we know of
System Requirements: Windows XP
Where to get it:
Related Links: Official site
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If you like this game, try: P.A.W.S, Revenge of the Toys, Dilbert's Desktop Games

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