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Chicken Walk: Oculus Rift – TROLLING A FOX

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Chicken Walk is some kind of chicken simulator. You are playing as a chicken and you have to collect corn and water by tilting your head up and down like a real chicken would do 😀 You have to keep your meters full otherwise you will die. You also have to collect stop watches to extend your play time and that’s the most hard part since you have to walk a few miles to collect one.

When you have eaten enough corn you are ready to lay an egg, When an egg is ready you have to walk back to the chicken coop to lay the egg and hatch a chick. The more chicks you have, how bigger the score becomes. If a fox spots you you have to run to a chicken coop to hide from it. This game can only be played with the Oculus Rift.

Nathie is a Dutch YouTuber who makes English videos. He’s 20 years old and a uploads fantastic rift video’s on YouTube.

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