What's New- system of playing changed to Level based playing
- many new animals joining ducks (swan,frog,mine,paper boat, evil duck)
- 10 new levels + Bonus level
- better aiming (using crosshair)
- game is more addictive now, pushing you to play more and more
App DescriptionHave you ever stood next to a lake and just thrown stuff into it?
Duckstruction is a highly addictive game in which you throw random stuff at ducks.
What makes it different, among other things, is the way you control it.
There are two modes:
The point of the game is to hit ducks with a ball. Touch the screen with your finger, and aim by dragging up, down, left, and right.
Lift your finger to shoot. You have a limited amount of time. Every duck you hit gives you extra time to play.
Try to hit as many ducks as possible.
You can get bonus time by hitting more ducks in row, and also for hitting two ducks at the same time.
There are 10 levels + 1 bonus level available, every level is bringing some new interesting animals.
2) Power mode
Try to throw the ball as far as possible by spinning the phone in tight circles with your hand.
The harder and faster you spin, the further the ball flies.
Be careful: don't destroy or throw your phone!
All this with eye-catching graphics and funny sounds.
WHAT THEY WROTE:
- iphone.30minuteslate.com - Silly App of the Week
Silly little physics game where you try flicking objects- like footballs, rocks, or cell phones- at rubber ducks floating across a lake.
You have a limited amount of time, and hitting ducks gives you more time- the object is to see how many you can knock down.
There’s also a ‘Power’ mode which is where things get interesting. To ‘throw’ the object in this mode, you have to actually
swing your device around in circles- think about ‘winding up’ a pitch in softball- and then simulate throwing it.
The app clearly warns you to not ACTUALLY throw the phone- but you’ve got to figure a people are going to do it.
It’s a fun little game, especially if you recommend it to your friends and see if they accidentally throw their phones when playing in Power Mode.
October 19, 2010 Initial Release