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Review by  W Hibdon
Reviewed on 2004-02-08
I am sorry, but this game is not as good as the first review implies. That is because you don't have a gun, you have the arrow keys. This means that your movement across the screen is, to say the least, limited in the speed department. To get around this, you just stay on one like, and move across the screen on that like, waiting for the duck to cross it. This is what makes this game not as good you have been led to believe.

However, this is not to say that you will not like this game, it is fun, and if you are tired of your other games, then you find time to play it.


Review by  Matt M
Reviewed on 2004-02-06
This game is THE most addictive and most satisfying game I've ever encountered. Basically, "Duckhunt", in my opinion may be one of the greatest TI-83+ games ever created.

"Duckhunt" is all about killing ducks. You aim your gun at the duck and fire. Each level requires you to kill a certain number of ducks before you can progress to the next. For instance, the first level requires you to shoot 6/10 ducks. The next level is 7/10 and so and so forth. However, with each new level the ducks get faster and faster. After the fourth level, though, you win. So, it's not an incredibly long game, but it is fun.

Although it doesn't include any sort of graphical title screen, the in-game graphics are so much similar to the original NES Duckhunt that it's uncanny (although, no fun dog that retrieves those ever-so-elusive ducks). Anyway, the graphics are simplistic, yet creative. I was impressed throughout the entire game.

Honestly, you will play this game for long periods of time. This game is a keeper. I would suggest it for everyone and I think it's the real deal when it comes to a good calculator port. Try it! You'll love it! "Duckhunt" gets a 9.5/10!!!!!!!!!!!

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