Lazygamer Flock! Preview

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Breaking news… I have just finished playing the Flock! demo… actually that’s not true I have just finished playing the second level of Flock! and have given up.

The sad truth is that the game just isn’t fun… The controls are spongy, the puzzles (2nd stage) are irritating and the stupid balls of meat just don’t do what they are told.

Granted I have only made it to the second stage and it may get better but I fail to see how the controls are going to improve or how the sheep are suddenly going to get a brain transplant.

Unfortunately it appears the Lazygamer curse has struck again and no amount of marketing is going to save this one.

Last Updated: April 9, 2009

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Gavin Mannion

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  • I thought sheep were stupid?? :wassat:

  • spl0it

    Baaaah :face:

  • RSA-Ace

    i dont know why people were excited about this. i mean it looks alright but nothing really great. the whole gameplay mechanics seem stupid.

    i still can’t wait for fat princess though. now thats gonna be an amazing PSN game

  • Shodan

    I got it, its fun something to do when you dont really want to play something serious and just want to let some time fly by…

  • Q121

    I really wanted this game…. i mean it had sheep in it.

    But at 1200 mS points!!! No way

  • Okay I broke down and played more of this (and was spotted doing so :whistle: )

    It actually becomes more addictive and if it wasn’t going for 1200 points I would pick it up for some mindless fun… but I am rather going to go with EA’s 3v3 NHL game which is cheaper

  • Q121

    Lazy I have to agree with you. If it were 800 points I would have bought it yesterday.

    You cant go wrong with 3v3 NHL, it is awesome fun 🙂 Drop me an invite when you get it.

    :pirate:

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