Face a horde of crazed chickens mounting a rebellion against you! Hunt the wretched hens on your farm and on the fields surrounding it, fight them in the orchard and on the graveyard. The choice is simple - it’s either them, or you!
Non-stop chicken blastin’ action under relentless egg bombardment. Amusing weapons, upgrades, alternative modes of play and special bonus levels. Hilarious comics style storyline which will leave you rolling on the floor laughing. Double the craziness in two player mode and use a Nintendo gun for even more fun!
The replayability we find in the game comes not only with escalating levels (by the end you're facing an egg-throwing army of bad-tempered chickens) but also from concentrating on different aspects playing the same levels over and over. For example - there are several "scores" assigned - the main point total comes not just from points assigned for different targets (in addition to shooting chickens, you can also shoot other routine items such as milk bottles and watermelons) but the point value is multiplied with each target not missed. If a chicken is worth 50 points - the next chicken in a row is worth 100, the third without a miss is 150 - so point values add up with NOT missing. BUT this way you pay a price trying to be so precise and not missing that you're likely to let a few targets go by without a shot - and the game ALSO tracks "percentage of chickens shot" in a given round. You also get extra points for the watermelons and "easter eggs" which are randomly scattered - there are 10 of these "golden eggs" per round. Possibly someone with more time and skill than myself could rack up both accuracy and getting ALL of the chickens, but for us right now - it is interesting to alternate concentrating on "let's not miss" with "let's get ALL the chickens" (with a high likelihood of missed shots as you rain down a Scorsese-like hail of bullets on your Rhode-Island Red enemy.)