Top definition. Duck Hunt. The first gun game ever for home consoles, the player would shoot down ducks as your dog would capture what you killed. The game featured one duck easy mode and two ducks hard mode and as the player progressed to the next level, the ducks would get faster and harder to hit. Their was also a clay shooting game for those who didn't like killing ducks, lol. But that wasn't as popular. Their have been rumours that their is an ending to Duck Hunt, but as far as I am concerned, their is no end. You can be on level 1,, and keep going.
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The game was first released in Japan in April and was released as a launch game for the NES in North America in October , with it also releasing in Europe two years later. The player receives points upon shooting each duck. If the player shoots the required number of ducks in a single round , the player will advance to the next round; otherwise, the player will receive a game over. The game initially received few reviews but was given mild critical praise. Beginning with the nationwide roll-out of the NES in , Duck Hunt was one of several titles Nintendo included as a pack-in game with some of its releases. The game was released as a Virtual Console title for the Wii U in Duck Hunt is a shooter game in which the objective is to shoot moving targets on the television screen in mid-flight. The game is played from a first-person perspective and requires the NES Zapper light gun , which the player aims and fires at the screen. Depending on the game mode the player selects prior to beginning play, one or two targets will appear on the screen at any given time, and the player has three attempts to hit them before they disappear. The player is required to successfully shoot a minimum number of targets in order to advance to the next round.