Summary: We bought this for the grandkids. We have the Cabela's game that came with a gun that they love to play with. However, the Cabela's game is a bit violent for us. We aren't comfortable with the kids just shooting ALL animals. It's very realistic looking. So, we thought the idea of shooting cartoon chickens would be fun, and it is. They like it even though they can't use the gun. Was just a bit disappointing.
Summary: I don't really have anything bad to say about this little game. I bought it for my 6 year old Son, and he got a kick out of it, for about 15 minutes. It has sat on the shelf since. It's cute, it's basic, but it's very limited. Not something you should expect to get hours of enjoyment out of. There's just not much here.
Summary: My 6 year old and 5 year old kids love this game. Yeah the graphics are a little old school, but its entertaining. For the price buy it and try it. Younger kids get a real kick out of it. The chickens throw eggs at you and fly past. You try to shoot them and you can earn your way up to a better gun. Its not bloody or anything, its cartoonish. Its easy to advance levels.
Summary: One of the others reviewer wrote, "easy fun for the little ones game hard core gamers stay away." I agree with modifications: "easy fun for ANYONE, but hard core gamers should avoid Chicken Shoot." I am almost 63 years old - NOT A KID. I am retired, so I have no work place stress anymore. BUT, I think this game is great if viewed for what it is; a very LAME, very simple, shoot-em-up that has ZERO learning curve.
Summary: I had to review this one since most everyone else is really ripping at it. Look if you are a skilled gamer you are going to hate this. But I am sure there are others like me : a 40 yr old with a brain injury whose doctor advised them to start playing video games to improve cognitive function then you may enjoy this. Though in no way will this improve your cognitive function outside of how to aim accurately...its more like a stress relief game.
This is an easy fun for the little ones game hard core gamers stay away
L.E. Quaranta, Amazon
2 December 2008
Summary: Ok this is a very simple game it is basically a point and shoot game.It is very simple and reminds me of the flash games you play at work when your bored at work.I bought this and played it with my 10 year-old daughter she likes it and enjoys it .If you are a hard core gamer you will hate this game as its very simple and easy to play.
Summary: If you are looking for a way to unwind, after a busy and stressful day at work and can use a little bit of mindless entertainment, this game is for you or young children. There are 3 different levels to this game: Easy, Medium & Hard There are 2 different levels of play: Arcade (not timed) and Classic (timed) Within the game there are 11 different levels, each with its own theme and accompanying music to match the theme: 1st Level - The Village 2nd Level - The Forrest...
Summary: You might find this game a little on the repititive weary side if you are a gamer... If you are under the age of ten and not a hard core gamer this game may have a chance with you. However I would suggest renting it before you actually buy it. Unless it is on the bean rack somewhere at your nearest Circuit City or Electronics Boutique for less than 20 bucks it is not going to be part of my collection anytime soon.
Summary: This is a fun game but it is a bit basic,it has 2 variations ARCADE and CLASSIC,I could not find any difference between them,there are quite a few level's but once you have got to the last one,there is nowhere to go but back to the beginning to start again as this game does not open other levels once you have completed the opening ones. But in saying that it is a fun game and can keep you occupied for quite some time according to how good a shot you are.