Review: 'Duck Dynasty — Battle of the Beards' don't make you a 'redneck'

Posted Oct 29, 2013 by W. Mark Dendy
If being “redneck” is simple, the development of the app for the iPhone and iPad, Duck Dynasty: Battle of the Beards, is quite the antithesis.
Duck Dynasty s Willie Robertson
Duck Dynasty's Willie Robertson
The game which was released a week ago, has high definition, beautiful graphics and can be very entertaining for both young and old.
According to a review, Duck Dynasty: Battle of the Beards could be “the next best app ever,” but not in my opinion.
The player works through 15 tasks from taping boxes and building a duck call to shooting squirrels, doves, ducks, and deer. You even get to paint Phil's face with camouflage and put the “gray” back in Willy's beard.
Some of the more challenging tasks are “fishing” for large mouth bass and “waking” Uncle Si from his nap.
As you progress and get better at the tasks, you move up levels and intensity increases making the game more challenging. The payoff is growing facial hair and putting on various articles of clothing (no, you do not start out naked) as you undergo the transformation from yuppie to redneck.
The game only allows one player, so if you want to challenge your wife or husband to see who has the most redneck in 'em you can furgit it!
The app sells for the iPhone is $0.99. You will pay $1.99 to use it on an iPad. Not bad, considering a roll of duckt tape will cost you $3.50!