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Duck Retro Hunt Brings 8-bit Duck Blasting to Your Mobile

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Duck Hunt was the game which came bundled with my NES and I have pretty fond memories of the 8-bit arcade shooter, so news of Duck Retro Hunt’s release on Android has kicked my day off in retro style.

As you would expect from a modern game, this Duck Hunt clone has a few up to date twists to improve and build upon the original’s game play. Aiming is handled either by onscreen controls or via your phone’s built in gyroscope, and a new AR mode has been added to.

This might not be the first or last Duck Hunt clone out there, but is looking to be one of the best implemented clones. Duck Retro Hunt is available on iOS and Android with both free and paid versions up for download.

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Andi Sykes it the founder of Gizchina.com. When he isn't writing about gadgets he is usually found in one of the many "phone cities" dotted around China.

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