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A Duck Has An Adventure

TrickyA duck may want many things. A simple life? An education? High adventure? Clearly there are choices to be made, and you're just the one to help! A Duck Has An Adventure is a humorous piece of Choose-Your-Own-Adventure interactive art by Daniel Merlin Goodbrey, and it's a quacking good time. Click panels to advance the story, or re-center your point-of-view. At times, you make choices that will send the plot in different directions, both metaphorically and literally. Clicking the back arrow will send you to the last choice, and the restart arrow will return you to the start of the story. Find all 16 endings!

A Duck Has An AdventureA Duck Has An Adventure may have more artness than gameness, but hey, it's interactive, it's fiction, and considering there are so few games out there that allow a duck to become a pirate then fight their evil doppelganger, let's give it the benefit of the doubt. Admitting, with the inclusion of achievements, collectible hats, and the multiple ending counter, the authors might be accused of doth protesting their gaming credentials too much. But hey, A Duck Has An Adventure is charming, funny, and the most surreal interactive comic since Choose Your Own Carl...and twice as iconographic!

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I like how some of the paths converge on each other and you unlock new branches the second time through them.

blalien June 2, 2013 3:18 PM

I enjoyed it, but I was really hoping at the end that all the paths would form the shape of a duck.

hyperkinetic June 2, 2013 3:52 PM

I decapitated a kitten my very first time out the gate... unexpectedly dark turn of events.


I hope to find an easter egg by

continuously entering time loop.

But it didn't work :)


I really enjoyed this game but I wish you got some kind of achievement or even an acknowledgement for finding all the paths


Cute game, lots of witty humour :)


It's cute! :) There really ought to be a way, as there is in many other games, to see your various achievements, etc., all in one place.

Zanoushe June 6, 2013 9:23 AM

Okay, that's pretty darn cute. Like ray9na, though, I wish I could see all of my hats in one place.


Very cute and clever :) Got all hats, all endings, but somehow only 11/12 achievements? Can't figure out what what/how I missed something!


ZD: I'm missing an ending but have all achievements

XaonRider August 18, 2013 7:32 AM

Cute and interesting. Had great fun following all the different paths.




Love's Labour's Won (If at first you don't suceed...)
All New All Different (Who needs a hat, anyway?)
Working Nine To Five (What a way to make a living.)
Bringing Home The Marlin (Going to need a bigger boat.)
Author! Author! (Hey, catchy title!)
It's A Bird! It's A Plane! (No wait. It's just a bird.)
Quacks In Spacetime (Whoa... d�j� vu.)
Diplomatic Solution (Well, at least you tried...)
A Duck's Best Friend (Bread maybe grand but it won't pay the rental)
The Leap Home (Oh boy!)
Best Of All Possible Worlds (It really is rather lovely.)
Spruced Up Goose (What could possibly go wrong?)


Crash Helmet
Welding Mask
Pirate Hat

Note: The number of endings are 16, the number of achievements, hats, and endings are can be seen in the lower part of the game.

andr01d March 26, 2015 7:34 PM replied to ZD

ZD, you can get all endings but not all achievements...

therefore the last achievement must return to a previously followed path


Go to University, study science, take a dimension jump, then return to the path where you are fighting your alternate self, and click energy unleashed.


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