Developed by Andrew Lee
Duck-based roguelite shooter
M.Duck is an action game app, developed by Andrew Lee, available on iOS and Android since its release in March 2022. The updated version 1.0 is now available to download, compatible with iOS 9.0+ and Android 10+. Before downloading this app, let's quickly review what MDuck has to offer.
M.Duck is a roguelite gallery shooter about a duck that knows magic.
Help Magic Duck fight his way up the mysterious tower that has been shining light on his pond each night and interrupting his sleep. Battle fearsome foes, discover new relics, uncover the secrets of the tower, and turn off that light once and for all!
M.Duck combines roguelite features with gameplay inspired by classic gallery shooters to create a unique single-player experience.
- Battle over 40 different enemies and 8 unique bosses across 4 zones of the tower
- Discover over 80 relics and 9 different weapons that promote a variety of different builds and playstyles
- Waddle between offense and defense as you dodge attacks to find openings and blast enemies with your magic wand
- Unlock additional lore, new relics, and even new game features as you fill out Magic Duck's field notes by climbing the tower and completing different challenges
- Music composed by Calbert Warner
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Download the M.Duck App
M.Duck has an IPA/APK download size of 158 MB on its latest version. M.Duck costs $1.99 to download. Ready to install? Ensure you have at least 189 MB of storage space available, then tap the button or scan the QR code below to start the download process!
Ranking history in United States
- iPhone 15, 15 Plus, 15 Pro, 15 Pro Max
- iPhone 14, 14 Plus, 14 Pro, 14 Pro Max
- iPhone 13 Pro Max
- iPhone 12 Pro
- Old devices: iPhone X/SE/8/7/6
- iPad Pro
- iPad Mini
What Client’s Say
Review: Wonderful Little Game
The Titan boss is crazy hard tho!
Review: good game
wanted to return the game just because i don’t use it or games much. guess i gotta become a...
Review: Ia there a true ending?
I love this game, it's simple but challenging, and I've already collected all the stars. Is there a true ending...
Review: Good game. Ouroboros??
People who think it’s too hard, just didn’t play long enough to unlock better upgrades. Fun game. I...
Review: Very Fun!
A really lovely, simple little game. Not once did I feel that my failure was anything but a skill issue....
By Ryan R 1998