iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Posted March 5th, 2010 by Arron Hirst Our Rating: :: ADDICTIVE MINIMALISM
Fox Vs. Duck is a race of survival. Very much centered around the notions of life and death, the game portrays these natural events in a highly minimalistic way. With its addicting gameplay and a very unique art style, Fox Vs. Duck is definitely worth your time. Or is it?
From the same people that brought you the well-loved frantic shooter MiniSquadron, MrFungFung has today announced their next title – Fox vs. Duck. From the teaser trailer released below (the only piece of info currently available on the game), it seems we might be in for a tap, drag and avoid game here.
Described as poetic with addictive and hypnotic gameplay, the game focuses on the two main contrasted factors of life. Prey and Predator .. Life and Death. Quite obviously at this point, the game has two characters, a fox and a duck. It seems to me that the aim of this game will be to play as duck and ultimately avoid being killed by fox, by dragging duck around the virtual pond.
“It’s an experience that is like nothing else in the App Store. Expect the same high levels of quality, polish and intuitive controls that we used in MiniSquadron, for an unrivaled experience in gaming.”
The official site for Fox vs Duck is FoxVsDuck.com and according to the studio, the game is set to hit our screens sometime this March. Exact pricing is yet to be announced.
A new expansion pack is now available for The Hobbit: Kingdoms of Middle-earth. The Desolations of Smaug is available for free and features new campaign maps and bosses for players to strategize against, along with new armor and weapons for them to collect and equip.