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Duck Date is an absurd tragicomedy about one of the worst dates you can have with a duck. You play an abysmal human being from England. Her accent is a nightmare. Some reality shows beat it by a mile, but this date is pretty bad too! 

Warning: foul language, death, war crimes, time travel.

This visual novel-like experience takes about half an hour to complete.

The version with no vowels is the intended experience. Do give it a try before downloading the reemvoweled one. Reemvoweled was created by flipping a variable and no text was edited to accommodate the return of the vowels.


Made by Zhenia Puzankov @AWaywardWriter.

Additional design by Daria Kruzhinskaia.

Developed as part of the Briefs series, a gold extra project with additional support by Strange Scaffold.

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PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux
Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars
(8 total ratings)
AuthorZhenia Puzankov
GenreInteractive Fiction, Visual Novel
Made withUnity
Tagsabsurd, artgame, Experimental, Narrative, Short, Singleplayer, Unity, weird
Average sessionAbout a half-hour
AccessibilityOne button


Get this game and 5 more for $0.00 USD
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Click download now to get access to the following files:

DuckDateWin.zip 56 MB
DuckDateMacOS.app.zip 67 MB
DuckDateReemvoweledWin.zip 56 MB
DuckDateReemvoweledMacOS.app.zip 67 MB
DuckDate_Disemvoweled_Linux.tar.gz 60 MB
DuckDate_Reemvoweled_Linux.tar.gz 60 MB
Duck Date - FinalCat.zip 57 MB

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an odd game with a disjointed but somehow coherent storyline! quite an unexpected but lovely surprise with all the weird glitches and time skips and missing vowels :) thanks for the game!

Thanks for playing!


A short, wonderful game with good jokes, interface screws, and plenty of surprises. It's 30 minutes, you can make this time commitment blind, and I recommend you do. Play it, and see what it's about.


Thank you so much for playing it! I'm glad you had a good time.


Played your game. It was definitely weird, to say the least, but I actually really enjoyed it. I apologize for my big fat head being in part of the dialogue. For some reason I didn't think about that before I made the video. My bad. But if you get a chance, feel free to check it out.



My pleasure! And the head covering the lines is just the next level of alienating of the text, I'll take a note of that for the next game) Thanks for playing and recording!