Flockers for PC
PC - Windows, Mac, Linux


Sep 19, 2014
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About this game

Developer: Team17
Content Rating: Teen


Flockers is a modern day take on the classic A to B puzzle genre with a generous helping of sinister foreboding and dark humour for good measure. Levels have been designed to challenge the player’s skill and strategic planning as they attempt to guide their flock past heinous traps, sadistic devices and diabolical puzzles; rewarding those that can save the most sheep while still allowing progression for anyone who falls foul of the factory’s deadly machinery.

System Requirements


  • OS: Windows XP or Later
  • Processor: Dual Core CPU or faster
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD4000, Radeon HD 4650 (512MB) or NVIDIA GeForce 8600GT
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 8 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Windows Compatible Card
  • Additional Notes: Note: In some instances, systems may require model specific drivers. If your system manufacturers no longer support hardware under this category, it may not be possible to run this title. Should this be the case, we are unable to assist you and recommend that you pursue support from your respective system manufacturer. This issue is most common in laptops and is prevalent with select products from most leading manufacturers. GPU that supports OpenGL 3.3 or higher

Critic Reviews

7 Reviews
Lee CooperSep 15, 2014
The animations are charming, the backdrops are pretty and there’s a clever — albeit slightly aggravating — design to its sprawling, puzzle-centric stages. ...Flockers isn’t for squeamish gamers expecting a glorified iPad game. It’s for the thinkers; the true appreciators of fine-tuned designs and engaging puzzle solving. It’s satisfying, refreshing and, most importantly, an incredibly fun romp through Team17’s take on a classic.
Chris CapelSep 11, 2014
Overall though I really enjoyed Flockers. The levels may get a little samey in look but are well designed and really tax the brain muscles, the challenge is just right and ramps up perfectly, the cuteness of the sheep is inarguable and the Steam Workshop support is just icing on an already decently-sized replay value cake. Flockers proves that Team 17 still have it in them to make a great game.
Dan WhiteheadSep 11, 2014
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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