Posts Tagged ‘flock’

Flock Lets Loose A Fleet Of Pretty Planes

Falling more in the realm of desktop toy than traditional game is Flock [ link] by Murray Campbell, but it’s something I’ve had running this morning and it’s generated a low visual hum of contentment from my second monitor when I switch back to it between emails.

It starts as a bloom of tiny planes, emanating from a central point and leaving trails as they bounce between the sides of the screen.

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Woolly Liberatalism: Flock Demo Out

Is there a mint sauce beam?

Proper Games’ Flock is due out on the 7th April. To find out if you’re excited by this news, there’s a six level demo that’s available as of today. We last mentioned Flock back in January, when some trailers appeared, and it immediately attracted readery attention, with people throwing out references to Tanktics and Sheep. The animal herding game, naturally using a UFO, is published by Capcom, and rather pleasantly comes out on PC a day ahead of the console download services.

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Acting Like Sheep: Flock

The little sheep have little hearts!

Capcom are so predictable! If it’s not a game about a young lawyer solving murder mysteries with the power of his glowing necklace and dead boss possessing the body of a 15 year old girl, it’s a game about herding sheep with a UFO. Just typical. The latter is Flock, a completely barking mad-looking puzzle game that… well, I couldn’t have summed it up better: it’s herding sheep with a UFO.

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