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Hold onto your hats, we’re entering the world of murderous ducks.
As you’ve probably gathered from the title, this game is a picture-assisted Twine game featuring a murderous character who is (most likely) a duck.
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 in service of this urge…
The side of your screen has a helpful kill counter to allow you to see how many of your duck comrades you have murdered in however many rounds you choose to play.
It’s actually surprisingly difficult to kill ducks. I went the first night having been left alone by the “Duckslist” poster in the first quote, a cute “little hatchling” who evidently found my picture wanting. One night I joined a support group and cried out my feelings. After four or five rounds, I’d really only succeeded in murdering three fellow ducks, including one with a rather ridiculous hair cut.
Duck Ted Bundy is a fun, bizarrely humorous experience, but only in short bursts. Play is presented in rounds, but functionally the only difference is that your kill count remains unchanged as long as you do not restart. What I mean by this is that you can kill a pompadoured duck one night, and go back the next night and kill the same duck in exactly the same way. It creates a certain dissonance that can completely ruin the mood.
My failure to be a decent murderer however, gave the game an interesting twist of having the main character be a failed sociopath.
Duck Ted Bundy is a part of the Fear of Twine interactive exhibit, which is where you can find it and fifteen other games by several other authors and developers.