Duck Life 4 EditThe City is the fifth place your duck(s) get to in Duck Life 4. In there, your ducks will learn Jumping, which is the last skill they need. The tournament is held on a cruise boat according to the yellow duck and there are three ducks that will want to race you; two will give you money and one will give you a ticket to the tournament to get to the final world, the Volcano.
The first training here is dodging bricks and jumping on top of them.
The second training is your duck on a pogo stick jumping over holes.
The third training is a timed trampoline exercise where your duck does tricks on a trampoline using the arrow keys following the instructions on the top-right.
Duck Life Battle Edit
The City is also present in Duck Life Battle, as the sixth and final area of the game. The dojo in this area lets you play all the training minigames from the first five areas, although you only earn 10% of the EXP you'd normally get from doing training in the other dojos. It's also the only one where your score actually takes part in something, as it has online rankings for all the 25 training minigames.
Duck Life Adventure Edit
The City is yet again present in the upcoming Duck Life Adventure, as seen in the trailer. Not much is known about it, though, so once the community gets enough information when it does release, please update this bit accordingly.
- The yellow duck says that he can't swim, although he will let you race against him, even if you have over level 0 Swimming. In contrast, the penguin-patterned duck in the Glacier says that he doesn't know how to fly during his dialogue, and you can only race him if your Flying level is exactly 0.
- For some reason, the level 0 Flying requirement isn't present in the mobile port of Duck Life 4.