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Life of D. Duck

by Audunsoft

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7 Jan 2006
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Medium length game
Short game Can be completed within 30 minutes
Medium length game Takes at least 30 mins to finish
Full length game As long as a Sierra / LucasArts classic
MAGS game Monthly AGS competition entry
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About this game

When D. Duck is born, he comes out of the egg with a clear vision in his mind: To win Andecity (Duckburg) marathon! Full of anticipation he asks Grandmother Duck what he must do to become a champion. The solution? Making oat porridge.

Take control over D. Duck in his quest to make oat porridge in this interactive adventure game developed by Audunsoft in close cooperation with aspiring artist Bjørnar B.

16 people commented on this game (newest first):

Life of D. Duck is a funny little game.
Not every one will get the humour in all ags games.
But i like it.
2014-07-23 23:20:10 by donkeymilk
I liked many of the animations, and the crayon-style graphics. But, some things might could have used a little bit more finetuning (e.g. when the protagonist enters some houses, it looks like he is glitching through the wall) and the main gui looked a little out of place. But it is a funny and enjoyable game.
2014-07-22 17:34:50 by Trafo
Hello, my name is Joel, from the french AGS forum.
I want to translate your game in french.
If you agree, send me an email to this address:

and I contact you. Thank you. :)
2009-02-09 18:47:38 by foxyfox555 (foxyfox666)
Great game! The graphics were unique and the game was very different from others I have played. Looking forward to D.Duck 2!
2008-01-13 18:18:06 by evilguy12
This is a very good game, and is it a surprise that it is the 666th game made with ags? ;)
2007-10-14 13:47:10 by Jon
Witty in a messy sort of way, whoever made this has a good imagination.

The part where Uncle Jubalon begins to eat is hilarious. Great game.

Even though the characters speak in text you can hear their voices clearly in your head due to the brilliant characterisation.
2007-10-04 23:24:39 by kironoyrx (kironoryx)
I really don't know how to describe this; the feeling I got was: great doodle graphics combined with fine puzzles combined with what seemed to me like deliberately clumsy spelling - I enjoyed it a lot, and you will, too, if you are not one who rudely ignores the twisted beauty of a Duckburg gone off-mainstream.
2007-09-10 00:11:17 by Mithrex Simplox (egalotron)
You gotta love smiley faces.

The game was fun. The visuals are very well done, in spite of their squiggly look; they create a great atmosphere. The skippy music fits the pacing of the game very well. The puzzles, on the other hand, are linear and too easy, most of the time bordering on the trivial.

I want to think that the terrible spelling was on purpose, because in spite of its awfulness, it was 100% understandable. I guess the grammar was mostly correct and that's the reason why.
2007-07-28 23:33:50 by jkohen
Bad graphics - childish game.
2007-07-09 13:03:26 by Stanislav (Stan)
Funny game, I like it :)
2007-07-09 11:38:50 by Marion
As SSH said in the Pick of the Month-laudation: "both terrible and great"
2007-07-07 18:57:19 by Groogokk (Groogokk)
This game was very charming. I loved the music and the story. The puzzles were fun and the graphics worked very well for this game.
2007-07-03 22:35:16 by (
Graphics were mad and the story was great, really enjoyed this one.
2007-07-03 12:53:48 by MadEvie (MadEvie)
Yes, really nice little game. Great story and graphics.
2007-01-04 21:18:03 by FSi (firsov_ivan)
This game is number 666.... say no more!
2006-01-19 08:35:41 by Anon (SuperScottishHero)
Absolutely brilliant game - loved the humour!
2006-01-09 03:12:48 by Jane (jane)
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