Now Playing: Chicken Jockey
Chicken Jockey employs a simple point and click interface. Before you begin
playing, familiarize yourself with the main map screen; each of these buildings takes you to a different area of the game. In the bottom left, you'll find a small toolbar that includes a button to enter your own personal coop, an options button, and some other information.
Explore the areas available to you, but leave the fight pit and the race track for last. You'll receive information about each of the areas when you click on them.
To save your game or change the sound options, click on the options button in the toolbar.
Caring For Your Chickens
If you choose to purchase chickens, here are a few things you should remember:
(1) Make sure you have enough cash to support your birds. Chickens need to
eat, and a little food will go a long way. Make sure you buy food for your
chickens, and they'll do the rest. (Chickens will eat on their own as long as there is food present)
(2) Don't buy more chickens than you can handle. A chicken that doesn't get regular exercise or activity will get fat and lazy. Make sure you pay lots of attention to the little guys and keep them happy.
(3) Don't overwork any particular chicken. They will get fatigued. Be sure to create a good balance of activity in each of your chicken's lives. A chicken that is too fatigued, unhappy, or lazy will not perform well no matter how high its attributes are.
(4) When shopping for a chicken, be sure to purchase based on what you want. Don't buy a chicken based solely on its overall rating.
(5) Breeding chickens can be a rewarding experience, but remember, you are responsible for the chicks when they are born. You cannot sell them or enter them into events until they reach the age of 1.