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Duck Attack - Atari 2600 Homebrew

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Uploaded on Jan 14, 2010

Duck Attack is an original Atari 2600 homebrew game published by AtariAge: http://www.atariage.com.

For years, the elusive mad scientist Dr. Enrique MacGuffin has been genetically engineering giant, radioactive mutant ducks. These ducks are said to lay eggs of pure plutonium, which, the authorities say, Dr. MacGuffin is planning to use to create a doomsday device.

The authorities have finally located his secret lair, and have asked you, a renowned robotics inventor, to explore the lair and retrieve the radioactive eggs before MacGuffin can use them in his doomsday device.

Naturally, you dont want to go in there yourself, since the place is teeming with radioactivity, but you know just who to send: your brand new robotic creation, who is immune from the effects of the deadly radiation.

With your trusty robots help, you can explore the lair and collect the plutonium eggs — but watch out: the mutant ducks are in there too, and they would love nothing more than to eat a metallic intruder. And no doubt Dr. MacGuffin has filled his many rooms with other deadly creatures and mechanical booby traps.

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