The Duck can enter these contests without requirements (excluding Duck Life 4 because you need an invite from another duck) and can participate. During a Tournament, you cannot control your Duck. He/she will control themselves and will go fast or slow depending on his/her skills. If your Duck does not have enough energy, they will collapse and you lost. If your Duck doesn't have enoen a Duck goes past the finish line, a countdown triggers and if it reaches zero before all the Ducks finish, the race finishes and the Ducks are placed based on how far they are from the finish line.
In Duck Life 1,2 and 3 mostly the same things happen.
I recommend having lots and lots of training before entering your first tournament (invite given to you by the brown, angry looking duck) so that you have a bigger chance of winning. In Duck Life 1,2 and 3 you can't control your duck in training just as you can't in Duck Life 4.
In the tournament, things are completely relied on skills and energy. Don't forget to train high! In the tournament, you CAN do more than one duck per race but that makes it more tired which makes it go slower. You can buy your second and third duck in the shop. Some, like the brown eggs, cost 100 coins. Some, like the lilac eggs, cost 250 coins. You will need a lot of energy for these races so that your energy doesn't run out and your don't collapse and lose. The races are all back to back, so plan your energy levels according to this. You can learn most of the stuff in this paragraph you can learn by clicking the building with the flag on it (the tournament building), so if you want to see this info in different words.
- In Duck Life 4, the obstacles are based on what skills you have unlocked.
- In Ducklife 4, you can choose uop to three of your Ducks to compete in a tournament.
- In Duck Life 4's Volcano, there are no tournaments, you just have to race with the Fire Duck to win.
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