Zombie Duck Hunt

App review by
Christopher Healy, Common Sense Media
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No blood or scares, but still loads of shooting.

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Ease of Play

You tilt your device to aim the cross-hair, and reload with a quick tap of your thumb. The smooth controls work incredibly well.

Violence

You will use shotguns, muskets, and even laser rifles to shoot zombie birds (ducks, geese, and quail). Shot birds go down in a puff of feathers (no blood). Large zombie geese take two shots to kill, and after the first shot, they will droop with their necks hanging low, while still flying.

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A button on the home page brings you to a shop where you can buy more game apps.

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What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Zombie Duck Hunt is basically just a duck hunting game. Players use either realistic or crazy futuristic weapons to take down ducks, geese, and quail. Those fowl are supposed to be zombies, but there's nothing really zombie-like about them except for the goofy looks on their faces. They never attack. Shot birds vanish in a puff of bloodless feathers.

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Kid, 10 years old March 2, 2014

Fun!

A good duck hunt game, the best in the series! it's very good, but it needs more gore.

Is it any good?

ZOMBIE DUCK HUNT is an entertaining, if silly, shooting gallery game. The fowl players target look more braindead than undead. And there aren't a ton of different zombie birds to take aim at. Still, the controls work beautifully and the ease of the game makes it all the more enjoyable.

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