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Cute Chick Saving Game Online - Chick Flick

Rating: 7.8/10 - 68 votes

Calling all good Samaritans! Chick Flick is a quirky, fun, interactive skill game for 1 and 2 players (of all ages) where you must use fast reactions to catch cuddly, falling chicks on trampolines, and then bounce them back up into their nest! Play as a solo hero determined to save falling chicks, or enlist the help of another trampoline-carrying champion!

Reasons to play this cute, reactions-based game: Unleash your gallant side as you work tirelessly to save the overly-adventurous, cute little chicks from a rough landing! Test and exercise your reflexes, hand-eye coordination, timing and accuracy skills as you dash around the bottom of the game screen in a valiant effort to keep all chicks safe. Feel good about doing a good deed, and work hard together with a best friend, classmate or family member to showcase your willingness for great teamwork!

Strategy to win: Multi-tasking skills and fast reactions are highly-important here, especially in later levels when there is more than one falling chick in play. Test out both control types for your trampoline-holding hero (using your computer keyboard or mouse) before you decide on your favorite. In 2 player mode, communicate with your partner, and perhaps even designate different areas of the game screen to be patrolled by each player.

How to Play: A Flash-based, 1 and 2 player reactions / skill game for notebook, laptop and desktop PC / Mac (with certain browsers). In each of the 9 progressively-difficult levels, your goal is to bounce a set number of falling yellow chicks into a central nest using a trampoline that you control at the bottom of the game screen. In 1 Player mode, you are on a solo mission, but in 2 Player mode, you and a playing partner (playing on the same computer) control two trampolines separately.

In One-Player mode, you can choose to control your trampoline-carrying-animals with your computer mouse, or with the Left and Right Arrow Keys on your keyboard (In Mouse mode, your trampoline follows the movement of your cursor). In Two-Player mode, one player uses the Arrow Keys while the other uses the Mouse.

The number of chicks that must be saved / re-nested is indicated in the top right corner of the play area. Try to bounce these chicks into the gold-colored nest in the tree. Each time you let a chick touch the ground, you lose one life. (Keep an eye on your remaining lives in the top left corner of the game screen.) In later levels, you must contend with differently-shaped chicks as well as helpful power-ups that also fall from the sky. Enjoy the fun, hectic action!

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