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Atakachik!

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Hark! What is that terrible thing on the horizon....A Giant, crying chickens.
Shoot thy love straight and true and all will be well with the world.

(Left-click on the chickens to shoot them with your love.
Avoid the other animals or pay a hefty penalty).

From the mind of Jon Reynolds and Second Home Studios - made for Easter 2009.

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Really enjoyed this one

Wow this had all sorts of stuff in it from the claymation to the randomness that made this very entertaining and exciting to play you have lots of different elements into this game and that's one of those little things that made this fun so nice job here and I look forward to much more of what you have planned in the future anyways nice game here

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
Some added Easter eggs would be cool like hidden bonus stuff

~X~



Great use of claymation

It may have been monotonous, but it was still a really cool game, especially with the use of claymation. Shooting chickens with hearts is a great idea. I also love the notion of a giant crying chickens. Randomness can make everything in a game and this worked well. I checked this out because it was once Tom Fulp's favorite game! You can congradulate yourself on that!



Crazy

It was crazy i didnt think chiks could come at you so quick, great game!


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Amusing!

A very fun game indeed this is. I liked the graphics and I love how it seems easy at first, but gets harder with every level. The drawings in the intro are very well drawn as well, just a bit too dark maybe. But graphic drawing is supposed to be like that anyway.
This game is great if you need to kill time. Plus the sound chickens make makes me laugh every time.


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Critics Rave...

...Breath taking... the best game of year...


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Score
3.67 / 5.00

Uploaded
Apr 6, 2009
2:23 PM EDT
Genre
Action - Shooter - First Person
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