Piranha Chase



How many yards can a duck make trying to survive against a very hungry shoal of piranha fish? Piranha Chase is a slightly crazy, fun and addicting avoider game and runner / chase-style challenge for older kids / teens that pits a very eccentric rubber duck against a piranha family along a treacherous river. Your job is to help Ducky to dodge the individual piranha, and make as many yards forward upstream as possible by controlling the direction that the little duck swims at any moment.

Reasons to play this very challenging game of survival and skill: If you enjoy hectic / fast reaction speed, finger dexterity and keyboard control challenges with a quirky twist, this wacky game certainly fits the bill for firmly exercising your reflex and reaction skills.


Best strategy: Dodge and weave your way along the river for as long as possible! Learning from trial and error plays a big part in your success strategy here as it might take you a few runs to get used to the attacking movements of the piranha fish. Good concentration, observations and anticipation skills are also vital as you try to predict when and where the piranha will approach from next.

How to Play: A Flash-based skill and reactions-based action game for notebook, laptop and desktop PC / Mac (with certain browsers). This is a ‘one level’ survival challenge where your simple goal is to survive for as long as possible. Your yellow rubber duck swims upward through a scrolling river, and must avoid being eaten by the hundreds of orange piranha that occupy the area.

Control your duck using the Arrow Keys on your computer keyboard. Your attempt is over when your duck gets caught by a piranha (This WILL happen but do not worry. This ducky has many lives!). In between each run attempt, you can use special gold coins earned through good performances to upgrade your duck, and increase your power-up potential. Enjoy the quacky action with your best friends and family members! How far can they bring Ducky?


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