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Submitted by meepmoopmeep 2165d ago | review

GamingAge Review: Flock!

Gaming Age Online writes: "For those of you that are unaware of Flock! up to this point, I'll break down the basics for you. There's around 50 or so single player stages strung out in the regular mode, and a series of co-op only stages as well (just local though). In both, you'll control a small UFO that emits a light underneath, which you then use to scare various animals, including sheep, chickens, cows, and pigs, along a path that's headed towards the MotherFlock!er, which is your giant mothership. There's a certain amount of animals required for collecting in each stage, and you can pass with the bare minimum, but rewards are doled out depending on how quickly you finish, and if you're able to get every single animal on the stage." ( Flock , PS3, Xbox 360) C+/A+

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