Your ducks have escaped! Get them back into their pens and shut the gate before they ruin your flower crops!

Use the arrow keys to move, bump into objects to interact with them. You need to get each duck on top of the matching colour target and shut the gate to pass the level. The ducks will help you out by quacking at you when you put them in the right spot, but be careful - they won't budge once you've put them in place!

鳶鳶

There are 5 levels - pass them all to beat the game. If you make a mistake, press Z to undo the last move you made. If you get really stuck, press R to reset the level.

Made in PuzzleScript.

StatusReleased
PlatformsHTML5
Rating
(5)
Authorandimlenny
GenrePuzzle
Made withPuzzleScript
Tags2D, ducks, pastel, Pixel Art, PuzzleScript
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard

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Lovely looking game. 
The  visual design is really something. Making delightful little ducks, and making them all different from each other in so few pixels is a real achievement. 
As others have mentioned the gates are a really nice touch.
I did find it a bit easy as a puzzle, and maybe the levels were a bit to big with so much moving to and fro. Good game though.

Thank you!

This is the first time I've tried to make a puzzle game, so designing puzzles is definitely something I need to work on.

Well, seems like a pretty brilliant first try to me :D

this is so cute, I had a lot of fun! I love that you can pull the gates because it let me end the levels inside the fence with all the ducks

I was hoping that people would notice that!

great job with the soundtrack, as always ^^

this game is so cute!! qweck!

Thank you!

Yay! I beat it. Thank you for including that Z key for undoing moves. Lovely puzzle game!

Yay! I'm glad you enjoyed it.

The undo button is a default feature in the editor I used. I agree it's very handy - I had to play the puzzles a lot to test them, and it was nice to not have to start over on simple mistakes.

Wonderful :D I love puzzle games, and this is a lovely one. 

Hooray! I'm glad you enjoyed it.

omg i love this!!!! im so amazed you made something so cute with puzzlescript!!! (not bc i didnt think you could do it- you were already making this when you told me abt.. but mostly bc i've been staring at puzzlescript since u linked me to it and like can think of anything to do woops)

heck the 3rd puzzle stumped me for so long!! it took a bit to realize i could have the gate follow me and then it took a while to figure out how i could actually use it bc i kept making a lot of stupid decisions xD THE ART IS SO CUTE THO!!! I LOVE THESE DUCKS!! 

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Duck friends! Duck friends!

Sorry the gate confused you! The pulling mechanics can get a little weird (like accidentally picking things up when you walk past them), but I wanted to make the gates flexible.

it was interesting! mixes things up and makes it a little harder?? so i didn't mind once i figured it out... mmm i'm thinking that maybe for my next game if i do make one- i'll make the inbetweens have 2 messages like for my ending.. so i can write some instructions maybe... maybe i'll even edit my game later today.. thats the one thing that's a little annoying with these is that none of us write instrutions in the games.. and not everyone reads the summeries (like with the example games, i have no clue what to do to beat those?? like i mean sure i could export them and play and figure it out but it is a bit annoying mmm)

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I don't think that the example games in the editor are really meant to be played? Like a lot of them don't even have any win conditions listed, so if you try and play them you get game over straight away. They seem to be more to show you how to set up certain interactions.

yeah thats fair... its just maybe if i look at how they are set up now i'll maybe understand but without any knowledge at all.. that was really confusing haha

Love the music and the colours, the undo button is also super helpful! I love it

I'm glad you enjoyed the music! This was... about the fourth song I worked on for this? I had a lot of trouble getting the tone right.

Undo came very in handy while I was playtesting, that's for sure.

It definitely paid off :)