Flick this one away.
Well, it finally happened. Sega has once again given a low-grade title in their game library some high regard on the cell phone circuit. I mean, really, was the world ready for Flicky? It was a disaster in the arcades, it wasn't likable on the Sega Genesis, and on the cell phone, it has about as much appeal as a Joe Piscopo comeback special.
In the game, you're basically collecting birds before they get picked up by more dangerous creatures. Think of it as Pac-Man but instead of dots you go from side to side and collect birds. And you miss out on fun. The gameplay is horribly floaty and inaccurate, and as a result the enjoyment level bottoms out rather quickly.
The game looks terrible, with basic visuals that look like they were done by a low-level Commodore 64 programmer, and the sound barely registers. If you want to torture yourself, by all means, flick this game on your cell phone. But, me, I prefer something called QUALITY and I'll be passing this by quicker than a liver and onions restaurant.
What's Hot: Based on the Genesis classic.
What's Not: Has none of its values. Plays bad; looks terrible.