A version for the iPhone, based on the NES version, was made available on 5th January 2009 for $0.99. Ported to the platform through an emulator known as iPES, Lucas Manfield (LawlMart) was able to recreate most of the game. The first version had no sound and recreated the N64 analog stick and NES A-button to control the game. Sound and touch controls were promised for an updated 1.1 version, but Nintendo had the game pulled on 30th January 2009. Add
Did You Know?
The Dog is one of the most infamous characters in videogame history.Why?
Well, at the start of a round he sniffs around the grass before diving in.When you're successful he triumphantly holds your kill.But when you miss..........he laughs.At you.He stands up, points at you and chuckles.
There are games on the internet devoted entirely to killing him, he's that annoying.In fact, he was number one in Screwattack.com's Top Ten Videogame Douchebags. Add
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In the movie, "Boyz N The Hood", at Ricky and Doughboy's home, one of DoughBoy's homeboys is playing Duck Hunt, with their NES sitting on top of the TV.
But the twist is, he first holds up a pistol, acting like he's gonna kill someone. When he fires, it sounds like it's real, but then in a second, Duck Hunt pops up, showing he's just playing a game. The problem is he didn't use a Zapper, just a real pistol. Add