Mother Ducker.

Mother Duck_01
Ok, another video game project.

Mother_Duck_06 Mother_Duck_05

This one … doesn’t look great, but let’s give it the benefit of the doubt.

So, tell me about it!

Mother Duck_02
I don’t think you know what any of those words mean.

  • It really doesn’t look like a “platformer game” (which I assume is what he means.)
  • If you wanted to be generous you call call these images “Scenes”, but you could not, by any stretch of the imagination, call them “3d”.
  • Most “infants” I know aren’t really into PC gaming.
  • “Adventure game” … well, I suppose it’s a game that could, in some fashion, incorporate an adventure. Sort of. You know what? Let’s just give them this one.

What’s this “Adventure” anyway?

Mother_Duck_04
Look, pal. If I want a “Suspension experience” I’ll go to an auto-parts store.

Also, why Mother Teresa? Just because she’s also a “Mother”? Or is there some underlying Catholic message to the game? Who knows!

Which game would you play?


“Mother Duck”

(2014) Mother_Duck_03


“Mixed Up Mother Goose”

(1987) Mixed Up Mother Goose_1

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  • Christmas Ape

    That description is amazingly punctuated, it starts out with too many commas, but then just descends into a giant run-on sentence.

  • http://garicgymro.wordpress.com garic gymro

    I’m confused by the parenthesis in this sentence: ‘It really doesn’t look like a “platformer game” (which I assume is what he means.)’ Platform game is a perfectly standard term for a platformer. Take a look at the wikipedia page, for example: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Platform_game

    (The rest if pretty funny though.)

    • KickFailure

      Huh! You’re right.

      I’ve always seen them referred to as “platformers”.

      Rest assured that I am suitably ashamed for being ignorant of this.

      • http://garicgymro.wordpress.com garic gymro

        It *might* be a British/US difference, of course.

        • KickFailure

          Oh good. I’m going to go with that explanation.

          At first I thought I was getting old and out of touch!

          Phew!

  • Anonymous

    You didn’t even mention that Mother Duck’s companions were Mother Hen and Mother Goose. It’s like a huge mother party. And Mother Duck goes to fight her nemesis, who that? Mother Ostrich?