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Anyone who grew up in the 80s will tell you how cool the Duck Hunter video game was (especially when you got to use that garishly orange computer gun). Well now you can relive the fun in the noughties with Duck Hunter, the indoor flying duck hunt game. The game consists of an autonomous flying duck, complete with flapping wings (the technical term ornithopter) and an infra-red gun, complete with bullet sound effects - you can even cock it like a real hunting gun. The duck flies randomly around the room (how randomly depends on whether you've set it up for a straight or circular flight pattern) for up to 40 seconds or until you've shot it 3 times. It doesn't need mains power, so as long as you've got fresh batteries the Duck Hunter is good to go in as little as ten seconds- just connect it to the charging dock on the gun for a quick burst and you're ready to go hunting. It's all the fun of hunting in the comfort of your own home.
- An ultra-light flying duck with flapping wings and an infra-red gun.
- Shoot the duck 3 times with the infra-red gun and it will fall out of the sky.
- A ten second charge will provide the duck with up to 40 seconds of flight time.
- The duck's flight path can be adjusted.
- Suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
- Requires 3 x AAA batteries (not included).
- Suitable for ages 10 years +.
- Duck: 23 x 30 x 4cm
- Gun: 22 x 13 x 3 cm.
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great fun for the big kid of your life!!
duck hunter expensive purchase
the infrared shooter worked very intermittenly, bad contact with battery and trigger. Very frustrating. When it worked, which was seldom, it was fun. Not worth the price, it was an expensive purchase for little fun.
Hmmm Short Fun Blast
If you want to feel like John Wayne at shooting this is the game for you - It's very easy to shoot the duck! Unfortunately it is a very short term game as the fun of picking the duck up and starting it again starts to wear thin after a short time. Bought it for my nephew (who at 27yrs is perhaps a liddle old!) who loved it for a whole 10 mins but it has now returned to the box. Not sure what I expected but wanted a little more for the cost.
I bought this for my boyfriend's Xmas present. Although the duck flies well we cant work out if we are hitting its target or if the duck simply stops flying as it runs out of power. Its also not really suitable for indoor use as its flight path is rather random so is prone to flying into things. Probably a better thing to mess around with on a sunny day in the park.
I have no idea if this product is any good until I hear from the person whose xmas present it is. Looks good though! Came quickly and packaged well.
special fun for special people
I purchased this Duck hunter for a very special person, a young man who is permanently in a wheelchair and has limited movement accuracy with one of his hands. Most of his fun is on a computer where he can use joy sticks and buttons, but to help him develop his hand skills he needs some incentive and the duck hunter has done just that. A great little game which all can enjoy.
Flightless Duck Hunting
The wee duckie simply failed to fly. Huge disappointment for the birthday boy!
i couldn't wait to receive it, bought the batteries, plugged as needed to, but it never flied.. unfortunately am not sure i'm still in time to send it back..have not time to check so i just wasted money :( other items purchased are great. understand this can happen but i wasted money.
Duck Hunter, the perfect antidote to Swine Flu!
Flowers just dont cut the mustard when buying for poorly boys so I got out my trusty IWOOT for inspiration. Kept a bored and poorly chappy amused for hours whilst being shunned by all and sundry for having the swine lurgy.