Once you load up the game, you’ll be presented with its player interface. On the right hand side of the screen is where the duck targets can be seen, merged with characteristic blue waves. Its logo is displayed above this section and there are two rows of ducks to shoot at. On the left hand side of the game’s layout you’ll be able to see the amount of shots that you have left, and above this is where the win amount will be displayed. With this being a game based on a shooting gallery, you’ll have all of the relevant sounds incorporated into your game play as well, although these can be disabled by the simple use of the speaker phone button.
When you load up the game, the first you need to do before starting to play is buy in to it. A single turn on a scratch card will charge you €2, and once you’ve chosen to go ahead with this, you’ll be able to start scratching off the panels. There is also the chance to view the paytable for the game by clicking on the relevant button. Finally, you can choose from three different crosshair options before you proceed with the game.