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Flotilla comes to Xbox 360

Flotilla comes to Xbox 360

Flotilla is a semi-randomly generated turn-based spaceship game filled with karaoke and cats.

Blendo Games has today announced that it is bringing the recently reviewed Flotilla to Xbox 360, with the game now available through Xbox Live Indie Games.

For those not in the know, Flotilla is a semi-randomly generated turn-based spaceship game where you play the role of a terminally ill space captain on one last adventure. It's also got talking cats and subtle references to TRON in it, making it even more awesome than it already sounds.

Flotilla is already available to buy from the official site for just $10 USD or £6.50 GBP. There's a demo you can try out too.

The Xbox 360 version of the game retains all the features of the PC release, but comes at the reduced price of 400 Microsoft points - which is about $5 USD or £3 GBP.

You can check out our review of the PC version of Flotilla for more information, but it bears mentioning that multiple updates have been applied to the game since then - and that many of our issues have been directly addressed. There's now an extended campaign mode and highscore table, for example.

Let us know your thoughts in the forums.

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Stelph 26th March 2010, 13:22 Quote
Sounds good, I could see this game working well on Windows Mobile series 7 (or whatever they are calling it) as well since from the review it seems ideal for a "pick up and play" type of game to waste a few mins
CharlO 26th March 2010, 15:25 Quote
Sorry, I dont really like XBOX, but i find it wired; Why are you saying comes to? Are you writing the news from the XBOX? I think is an awful platform, like a Pc (somehow cheaper but really less reliable) and just for games.
TWeaK 26th March 2010, 19:22 Quote
Very strange that it's cheaper on the Xbox than the PC. Kind of wish I had one.. almost... or not.
docodine 28th March 2010, 18:11 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by CharlO
Sorry, I dont really like XBOX, but i find it wired; Why are you saying comes to? Are you writing the news from the XBOX? I think is an awful platform, like a Pc (somehow cheaper but really less reliable) and just for games.

It's just launch news lol, no need to freak out.
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