A downloadable game for Windows

Compete with your friend in this duck-ish medieval 2 player local multiplayer action game!

It was made in scope of Extra Credits Jam with "connection"  theme which we interpreted as two knights that physically face(connect to) each other in a medieval tournament.

Use WASD for PLAYER 1
And ← → ↑ ↓ for PLAYER 2

Collect as many flying armours and horseshoes as you can, and try to evade barriers. Crashing into barriers will make you loose speed, armour and HP.

Player that has more HP, higher speed and stronger armour at the moment of contact wins a battle.

It was our first gamejam game, so hope you like it! ;)


Devs:

Programming: Floyd
Art: Legosky007
Music: @alexedev

Graphic development details: Artstation

Updated 13 days ago
StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows
Rating
(1)
AuthorsLegosky007, Floyd, alexedev
GenreAction
Made withUnity
Tags2D, duck, knight, Local multiplayer, Medieval, Multiplayer, Pixel Art, Side Scroller, tournament, Unity
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard, Mouse
MultiplayerLocal multiplayer
Player count2

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DuckKnights.rar 19 MB

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This is a adorable! I love the music and artistic olde-medieval setting (the ducks make it perfect)

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Oh gosh it's so cute! I love the backgrounds and art and just the entire vibe! They're so adorable! I love their little quacks too!

I only wish we could tell exactly how long until the collision is! (And to see them get knocked off their horses lol)

Great job!

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Ha-ha, thank you! 
Sound designer got raged when i secretly added this quack records on each collision with hay (i'm artist of the game). :D

Yes, it is a problem, the collisions has to be fixed. And its good idea to make knoks, suppouse to look cool ;d

@maxmaletin offered uus to create a mobile version of the game, so we will fix everything soon.

Thanks for the feedback!

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Haaaa! You are the carrot developer! :D 

My personal favourite game for now! Thanks for stopping by :D

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OMG, I absolutely love it! Your art is so good it's ridiculous, and it's duck knights! Tournament music! Constant quacking! You literally pick up speed! Of course some technical polish wouldn't hurt, like a big seamless collision in the end. Do that, make a mobile build where you tap left and right side of a screen, and you'll have a solid mobile game in no time!

This is absolutely fantastic idea!!

We are mobile game developers, but i didn't even had an idea to port it to phones! You are genius! And on smaller screens it will be easy to play, bc eye will see everything from bigger distance.

I think, we will make local coop, where you can play if your phones are near.

Thanks a lot!!

And thanks for the great motivating feedback! For mobile version we will of cource fix all collisions problems and add better UX like radar, instruction, final knocking off..!

Btw, if you would like to try this on the Phone - join Discord! https://discord.gg/bzuSfh4 We would need testers ;)

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This looks and sounds incredible. Would love to try this but I have a Mac. Do you think there will be a version for Mac? :D

I don't know if you've heard of Game Development World Championship before (gdwc2019) but it's a competition for indie game developers where they can submit their games and it's free! It's great if you want some more visibility for the game and it only takes a couple of minutes to join :)

Hi there! We have a HTML5 version for browser, but since its voting now, we are not able to download it :c

Thanks for idea, unfortunately, the game is not that completed, so we can post it separetely from this jem. On GDWC (i checked), developers post their games, that they are making for months. 

Buuut, we are making other games, so if they take mobile games to join - we would be very happy!

Anyway! Thank you for the feedback! And thanks for the idea. We will try to join!

Yes you can submit mobile games as well! :)

Hi @GDWC, I deployed a web version for you (it is identical to the one attached here) https://ducks.surge.sh/

Wow! Thank you! <3

Great! Thank you very much :D