How does the game “Duck Hunt” work?
Question by VincentC: How does the game “Duck Hunt” work?
I am fairly tech-savvy, but I have wondered for quite a while how the old “Duck Hunt” game for the NES system works. There is no sensor bar for the television, so there doesn’t seem to be a way for the gun’s beam to be intercepted or read by the television. So how can the game register that you are shooting in a certain place when there is nothing to pick up the gun’s firing?
This is just something that has always confused me.
Answer by Healing Vision
I guess it’s something to do with the light gun itself.
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