Flicky

The Arcade PCB by SEGA Enterprises, Ltd.

Flicky screenshot

Emulated in MAME !

DESCRIPTION

[ARCADE] Arcade PCB

Flicky © 1984 Sega Enterprises, Limited.


A platform game in which Flicky must collect her lost chicks and lead them home, represented as a door marked 'Flicky'. Players must watch out for the cats which emerge from cat-flaps and proceed to roam the levels. If Flicky has any direct contact with a cat, the player will lose a life; any chicks that are touched by a cat will be separated from Flicky and must again be retrieved. The platforms of each level are littered with objects - such as plant pots, hammers and trumpets - that can be picked up and thrown at the cats to knock them out.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

PICTURE :
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Flicky the  Arcade PCB
Click to enlarge
(members only)
Runs on the Sega "System 1" hardware.

Players: 2
Control: 2-way joystick
Buttons: 1

TRIVIA

Flicky was released in September 1984.

The game changed name two times during its development: it was originally called 'Busty', then 'Flipp' and finally 'Flicky'.

The Flicky character also appears in the game, "Bloxeed". A Sega coin-op version of this game is also known to exist for the Sega System 16 hardware. The birds that are rescued by Sonic in his many Sega Magadrive platform outings are 'Flickies', and are identical in appearance to the original Flicky. Also, Flicky tags along with Sonic in the Sega Mega Drive/Saturn game, "Sonic 3D Flicky's Island"; more widely known as "Sonic 3D Blast".

Flicky made cameo appearances in many Sega games in the late 80's, including "TeddyBoy Blues", "SDI", "Flash Point", and "Super Monaco GP".

Jonathan Long holds the official record for this game with 4,548,540 points.

UPDATES

Newer sets: Build Date: November 26, 1984

Older sets: Build Date: May 24, 1984

STAFF

Programmed by : Hideki Ishikawa (H.I), Shuichi Katagi (KTG)
Designed by : Yoji Ishii (ICI)
Character Design : Yoshiki Kawasaki (Y.K)
Security by : Shuichi Katagi (KTG)
(M.T) ?

PORTS

Consoles:


Sega SG-1000 europe (1984)
Sega SG-1000 japan (1984) "Flicky [Model G-1036]"
Sega Genesis usa (1991)
Sega Mega Drive japan (1991)
Sega Mega Drive europe (1991)
Sega Mega Drive brazil (1991) by Tec Toy
Sega Saturn japan (feb.28, 1997) "Sega Memorial Selection Vol. 1 [Model GS-9135]"
Nintendo GameCube usa (nov.10, 2002) as an unlockable extra in "Sonic Mega Collection [Model DOL-GSOE-USA]"
Nintendo GameCube japan (dec.19, 2002) as an unlockable extra in "Sonic Mega Collection [Model DOL-GSOJ-JPN]"
Nintendo GameCube europe (mar.7, 2003) as an unlockable extra in "Sonic Mega Collection [Model DOL-GSOP-EUR]"
Microsoft XBOX usa (nov.2, 2004) "Sonic Mega Collection Plus [Model 64057]"
Sony PlayStation 2 usa (nov.2, 2004) "Sonic Mega Collection Plus [Model SLUS-20917]"
Microsoft XBOX japan (dec.9, 2004) "Sonic Mega Collection Plus [Model ZD6-00003]"
Sony PlayStation 2 japan (dec.9, 2004) "Sonic Mega Collection Plus [Model SLPM-65758]"
Microsoft XBOX europe (feb.4, 2005) "Sonic Mega Collection Plus"
Sony PlayStation 2 europe (feb.4, 2005) "Sonic Mega Collection Plus [Model SLES-52998]" by Sega Europe
Sony PlayStation 2 australia (mar.20, 2005) "Sonic Mega Collection Plus [Model SLES-52998]"

Computers:


Sharp X1 japan
FM7 japan
PC88 japan
MSX japan (1986)
PC [MS Windows 98, CD-ROM] usa (1998) "Memorial Selection [Model HCJ-0147]"

Others:


Mobiles phones usa (aug.21, 2003)
Apple iPhone/iPod usa (aug.25, 2011) [Model 445597555]

SOURCES
Game's ROM.
Game's picture.

Page last modified on March 02, 2015