Who would have ever thought that a show built around the lives of a bunch of bearded duck hunters who deem themselves “rednecks” would have become the most popular reality series?
This should come as no surprise as the show has successfully spun off so many products from the patriarch Phil Robertson's book, “Happy, Happy, Happy,” to an assortment of backpacks and school supplies.
The game becomes available Wed., Oct. 23 at Apple's App Store and “promises to transform players from 'yuppies into rednecks' by mimicking the daily rituals of Louisiana's Robertson clan, proprietors of the Duck Commander business,” says the report
Players perform tasks modeled after the Robertson clan's routines including duck and squirrel hunting, blowing up beaver dams, tossing doughnuts into Uncle Si's mouth and other antics.
Players begin as “clean-shaven 'yuppie' avatars, complete with Bluetooth headsets,” and progress through stages to “long-bearded backwoods boys with bandannas and sunglasses.”
The developers of the game have their sights on an already developed audience, and if the popularity of the show is any gauge of how the game will be welcomed, the Apple App Store will be flooded and players will be “happy, happy, happy!”
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