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Available on:PlayStation 4Sep 19, 2014
Xbox OneSep 19, 2014
PCSep 19, 2014
Xbox Series X/SNov 10, 2020
PlayStation 5Nov 12, 2020

Publisher: Team 17

Genre: Puzzle

For over nineteen years sheep have been an integral part of the worms’ fearsome arsenal. Held for years within the evil thrall of their diabolical masters the sheep are finally making a dash for freedom! Escaping the tyrannical worms, the flock must dodge its way past all manner of lethal machinery and traps as the sheep negotiate their path through the confinement of the Worms’ weapons factory out into the testing grounds and ever onwards towards pastures green.

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Much like the recent MouseCraft, which at least had a Tetris twist, Flockers struggles to move out of the shadow cast by Lemmings' brilliantly pure concept. While that adherence to a classic template yields considerable amusement, over time the features that should have lifted it higher start to become frustrating. Not only does it not move beyond the 1991 formula in any meaningful way, in the long term it struggles to match it. Flockers is not without its appeal for the patient and nostalgic, but Team 17 is ultimately just grazing on DMA's old patch when it could be striking out for pastures new.

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The most shamefully obvious clone of recent years, but although this copies most of Lemmings' tricks it falls short in terms of both personality and addictiveness.

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Flockers is a welcome new IP from Team 17. How lovely it must have been to work on something different after so many years of putting out Worms sequels. Flockers brings new life to the A to B puzzler, with its use of new age tech and brilliant level design making it a must see for fans of the genre, and a great place to start for those who have never seen a Lemming with green hair.

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Overly familiar and lacking variation, Flockers still manages to embrace that one-more-go mentality with its semi-addictive blend of strategy and sheep culling.

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