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Flicky is a retro game that might have been considered retro when it was released. Flicky does not look, sound, or feel like a Genesis video game. It feels like an 8-bit arcade video game. The screen scrolls a bit, but feels like a Joust kind of layout. We play a bird that collects baby chicks and gets them to the exit. Other animals like cats will get in our way. We can pick up objects and throw them at the cats.

The goal of any level in Flicky is to collect all of the chicks and get them to the exit. When you do so, you graduate to the next room. Which of course gets more difficult. The biggest problem I have with Flicky is the glitches. I collect all the chicks and parkour my way to the exit. Some of the chicks did not follow along. So I have to go back and get them. Which is a problem since more and more enemy animals are appearing.

The music in Flicky is nice. The graphics are okay. I noticed quite a bit of repeating patterns. The difficulty of Flicky is on the high end. Families may get frustrated quickly playing Flicky on the Sega Genesis. I love the concept of protecting the young. I just wish the cats would stop spawning and re-spawning.
- Paul


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 75%

System: Genesis
Publisher: Sega
Developer: Sega

Rating:  ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
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