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Duck Ted Bundy

by Coleoptera-Kinbote

2014

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(based on 4 ratings)
3 reviews

About the Story

"After much deliberation done waist-deep in murked algae-rich waters, you have determined that your base urge is to kill. All other functions of your livelihood, eating, grooming, finding shelter, and so on, are all in service of this urge, the core of your being and primary organizing impulse of your consciousness. It gives you a cherished sense of uniqueness."

In this game, you are a duck. And a serial killer.

An entry in the 2014 Fear of Twine exhibition.


Game Details

Language: English (en)
Current Version: Unknown
Development System: Twine
IFID: Unknown
TUID: jmmil5mgpp0u7sk9

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
hilarious game about a duck serial killer with working link, January 8, 2020
by matt w (Matt Weiner) (Burlington, VT)

Mostly I'm posting this review to say that there is currently (Jan. 2020) a working link for the game on itch.io. The new link is under "Web Site."

Anyway, this is a funny game about (maybe?) being a duck who brutally murders other ducks, who honestly isn't that good at it, but who can often get away with it because the victims are ducks.


No longer available?, May 1, 2015
by timsamoff (Southern California)

It appears like this game is not currently hosted anywhere.


Silly, Unapologetic, March 1, 2014

I would actually say that the protagonist is more of a stabby-stabby Jack the Ripper-type, to be honest, even though the game tells us he's not, but the title gets the point across.

This is ridiculous, mixed with enough "wow, that is actually kind of horrible if you think about it" to make it more thought-provoking that it might otherwise be. Or maybe not. Maybe it's just wandering around a swamp stabbing ducks.

I appreciate that the author is so aggressively confident about the whole thing. There are no apologies here, either meta or implied; no "this is just something dumb, lolz", no "you chicken out" choices. You're a psycho duck-killer who may or may not be a duck, and the author DARES you to take note of things like "where would a duck hide a Bowie knife?" and "how do I get reception in a swamp?".

Definitely not a "must play", but amusing. I would say this is probably closer to 2.5 stars, but I bumped it up a bit because the author was so gleefully consistent.


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