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Whack the Haggis Game
Hit the bad haggi to score points in the fun Whack The Haggis from About Aberdeen and avoid hitting the good ones during this pop up hunt and splat game
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Click on the square below to start playing whack the haggis game. Then click on play to commence it or on high scores to see the top ten scorers.
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About Aberdeen Haggis Game
Use the mouse of your computer to move and raise or lower the hammer to give the haggis a whack. Aim to hit the angry bad looking ones who are coloured red. Hit this and he
will sound a noise.
Try and avoid hitting the friendly tartan bonnet clad ones or he will give a wee squeak and take a point off your score.
Variations include splat the haggis and haggis hunting game.
There is a mute button on the left of it if you really do not like the bagpipe music (are you mad!!). This does turn off the sound effects though.
Disclaimer - None were harmed in the making of it and will be released back into the wild after the haggis whacking season - just in time for the
haggis hunting season!
We love haggi and ask you not to go out into the Scottish countryside wacking any friendly animals. If you do go though you might find our haggis recipe at our other website at
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The Scottish bagpipe music playing is by Scotland Bagpipes Composer Gayle Ellett. The set of 3 music loops is called The Sons of Eilean
Donan. Gayle Ellett is a solo musician and also a member of the California based band Djam Karet which is an instrumental progressive Jazz Rock band. Though an American band they chose an Indonesian name which
translates to loose elastic. Gayle Ellett plays the guitar and keyboards whilst the other band members are Mike Henderson (guitar), Henry J. Osborne
(bassist and keyboards) and Chuck Oken,
Jr (drums). The band play many live performances and have released 16 CDs which includes the music to the Black Dahlia Movie. Read more about them at the official Djam Karet website at
American musician Gayle Ellett plays a wide range of Traditional World folk music, mostly for music libraries. Always in demand, he has scored a few films and
numerous TV shows and even some traditional Japanese Koto music in a cartoon called Fuggy Fuggy which has played worldwide on MTV. Gayle Ellett owns a record company
called Fernwood Pacific whose website can be viewed at www.fernwoodpacific.com