A DUCK HUNT Secret For NES Goes Viral Thanks To Actor Seth Rogen

A DUCK HUNT Secret For NES Goes Viral Thanks To Actor Seth Rogen

A DUCK HUNT Secret For NES Goes Viral Thanks To Actor Seth Rogen

Popular actor Seth Rogen has discovered a secret in developer Nintendo's light gun shooter game, Duck Hunt. This game is for the NES version, making the discovery even more uncommon.

Duck Hunt is one of the most iconic titles of the 8-bit Nintendo console. The cartridge for the NES, allowed the use of the Zapper, an accessory in the form of a gun, which allowed us to shoot the birds on the screen in a realistic way for those times.

And now Seth Rogen (The Interview, Pineapple Express) has shared an unknown secret for many: the title allowed the participation of a second player.


While one of the players was in charge of aiming and shooting at the pixelated ducks that crossed the screen, the other player could use the second command, not necessarily the gun, and control the birds, making the situation more complicated to his partner.

Logically it is not a well-known feature although it came in the manual, and if someone came to discover it at the time, we are sure that he/she kept it hidden in order to make jokes at the expense of the user who carried the gun.

That was what the comedy actor tweeted. Sure, the response has been massive, and many players and fans have not been slow to make jokes, memes or share their own anecdotes. Some have even shared a bit too much, like the following.
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