HOW TO PLAY:

-  You can pick up fruits and ducks by pointing at them and pressing E on your keyboard, or the Left Mouse Button.

- Feed the Ducks!

- If a food box is empty, an Icon pops up above it. Bring a new apple to the box. New apples grow on one of the three trees around you.

- If a duck is well fed, it falls asleep. Bring it to the resting zone.


A small game for Haunted PS1 Summer Of Screams.

It's a game about feeding monster ducklings. If there is no food... you become the food!!!

The spoopiness in this one is lagging a bit though. I hope you enjoy it anyway :) 

The game does not yet have a propper ending, because I had to finish it in a very small amout of time. 

If the mouse sensitivity feels off for some reason, I reccomend downloading the standalone build. There seems to be a weird bug with the mouse sensitivity.


Game Design by Marcus Horn and Ronaldo Bammann

Music: Pet Park by https://www.playonloop.com/

One last thing: Please be aware, that you should never feed whole apples to ducks. :) Apples need to be cut into pieces first, and you need to make sure there are no seeds left in the apple. 

StatusReleased
PlatformsHTML5
Rating
(10)
AuthorSiactro
GenreSimulation
Made withUnity
TagsCute, duck, ducks, Horror, PSX

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That was suprisingly fun and tense. I didn't know you were still active, Siactro!

Thanks. :) I only went away for around 1,5 years basically. It was a bit of a tough time

i fed a duck to a duck by using it like its an apple D:

._. ...huh? That is cruel. That shouldn't be possible... I must have messed something up 

Ending?

I LOVE these ducks. This gave me Dreamcast vibes with the bright colors cute cartoons. 

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love it but not sure what im supposed to do i just get attacked by the hostile ducks

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Thanks for the feedback. :) I added a quick explanation to the description.

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HOSTILE DUCK

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This was really fun, and surprisingly stressful at times.

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Thank you! :D The stressfulness is kind of a compensation for the weaker horror elements.