Flock! Crack/Patch

Flock! FLOCK! uses a sophisticated physics engine that drives the challenging puzzle elements of the game. Whether it's using the Tractor beam to move obstacles out of the way, or the Depressor beam to stamp out crop circles to guide your herds, being an extraterrestrial has never been this addictive. Friends can also join in through co-op play. And when all the levels have been completed, users can make their own with the level editor that comes with the game. Flock comes packed with so much content, the potential fun is out of this world! Over 50 levels of pastoral puzzle challenges. Explore levels to find secret collectables and upgrades. Level Editor allows players to make their own "plushie" and puzzle-filled levels and share them with their friends online. Two-player local co-op mode makes the "flocking" exponentially fun. Compelling environments complemented by a whimsical art style, beautiful lighting and distinctive textures make this one of the most graphically-advanced downloadable titles to date. Real-world physics engine creates all new types of puzzles: pick up wooden planks to form bridges, move items to create obstructions, crush wheat into pathways. [Capcom]

Download Flock! Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 67 / 100
User rating
4.5
Downloads 655
Genre Miscellaneous, Puzzle, Action, General
Company / Developer
Capcom / Proper Games

Flock! reviews ( 2 )

JustLove, Aug 27, 2010

The music is highly addictive and brought a smile on the faces of all in the room when we tried it ! The game is fun, with car-tony graphics, engaging, a perfect way to relax but still stay sharp, a way to make you feel better.

bigsilverhotdog, May 1, 2016

Herding sheep with a UFO is just about the least fun I've ever had while playing a computer game. I can't believe this game has restrictive DRM. What is it protecting? Nobody in their right mind would ever want to play this game. There's not one single thing about it that is fun. Take a reversed magnet and push metal screws around your desk -- you just played Flock in real life. Was it fun? If so you owe me 5 dollars.