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ChickenShoots onto every platform

Kill harmless farm animals in Q1 2003

Oddly named developer ToonTRAXX has announced that it has spent the last 20 months developing ChickenShoot, an "arcade game for everybody who likes fast fun", for PC, PS2, Xbox, GameCube and GBA. Even Mac OS and Linux versions are in the making.

The game is described as a "classic fun shooter", where you quite simply pop chickens full of lead across various missions. System requirements are low, and ToonTRAXX claims that the game makes its case through its enchanting gameplay and enjoyable gimmicks. The game is due out in Q1 2003.

We'd tell you more, but the noise we can't seem to shut off at the game's website is giving us a headache. In fact, now we have visions of banjos in our heads. And flying chickens. It's all going dark. Man down.

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