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* WrapAround: The levels wrap around horizontally, though the camera scrolls along with Flicky.


** In most Sonic games starting with [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog1 the original]], Flicky is one of the animals that may pop out of a Badnik after being defeated.

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** In most Sonic games starting with [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog1 the original]], Flicky is one of the animals that may pop out of a Badnik after being defeated. VideoGame/Sonic3DBlast has Sonic rescuing Flickies in much the same way Flicky rescues Chirps.


* EscortMission: The whole game is about collecting Chirps and guiding them to the exit before they get separated.

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* EscortMission: EscortGame: The whole game is about collecting Chirps and guiding them to the exit before they get separated.

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* EscortMission: The whole game is about collecting Chirps and guiding them to the exit before they get separated.


A game made by Creator/{{Sega}} and released in 1984 for arcades and Sega's SG-1000 console, and subsequently ported to several computers and the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis. It predates [[SonicTheHedgehog Sonic]] by seven years but was designed by a future member of Sonic Team, namely Youji Ishii. It also inspired the ''Sonic'' game ''[[VideoGame/Sonic3DFlickiesIsland Sonic 3D: Flickies' Island]]'' (known as ''Sonic 3D Blast'' in North America).

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A game made by Creator/{{Sega}} and released in 1984 for arcades and Sega's SG-1000 console, and subsequently ported to several computers and the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis. It predates [[SonicTheHedgehog [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog Sonic]] by seven years but was designed by a future member of Sonic Team, namely Youji Ishii. It also inspired the ''Sonic'' game ''[[VideoGame/Sonic3DFlickiesIsland Sonic 3D: Flickies' Island]]'' (known as ''Sonic 3D Blast'' in North America).


* CoolShades: Some Chirps are radical 80's kids and wear them. They will run nonstop if separated from Flicky, or maybe they're just blind.

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* CoolShades: Some Chirps are radical 80's kids and wear them. them (or maybe they're just blind). They will run nonstop if separated from Flicky, or maybe they're just blind.Flicky.


* AllInARow: Chirps follow Flicky this way. The more Chirps you carry to the exit at once, the more points you earn, but the longer the line becomes, making it easier for Tiger to separate them.

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* AllInARow: Chirps follow Flicky this way. The more Chirps you carry to the exit at once, the more points you earn, but the longer the line becomes, making it the easier it is for Tiger to separate them.


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A game made by Creator/{{Sega}} and released in 1984 for arcades and Sega's SG-1000 console, and subsequently ported to several computers and the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis. It predates [[SonicTheHedgehog Sonic]] by seven years but was designed by a future member of Sonic Team, namely Youji Ishii. It also inspired the Sonic game ''[[VideoGame/Sonic3DFlickiesIsland Sonic 3D: Flickies' Island]]'' (also known as ''Sonic 3D Blast'').

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A game made by Creator/{{Sega}} and released in 1984 for arcades and Sega's SG-1000 console, and subsequently ported to several computers and the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis. It predates [[SonicTheHedgehog Sonic]] by seven years but was designed by a future member of Sonic Team, namely Youji Ishii. It also inspired the Sonic ''Sonic'' game ''[[VideoGame/Sonic3DFlickiesIsland Sonic 3D: Flickies' Island]]'' (also known (known as ''Sonic 3D Blast'').
Blast'' in North America).



* SpiritualSuccessor: ''VideoGame/Sonic3DFlickiesIsland'', which is known as ''Sonic 3D Blast'' in North America, can be seen as this.


* CoolShades: Some Chirps are radical 80s kids and wear them. They will run nonstop if separated from Flicky, or maybe they're just blind.

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* CoolShades: Some Chirps are radical 80s 80's kids and wear them. They will run nonstop if separated from Flicky, or maybe they're just blind.



* SpiritualSuccessor: ''VideoGame/Sonic3DFlickiesIsland'', which is known as ''Sonic 3D Blast'' in North America.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: ''VideoGame/Sonic3DFlickiesIsland'', which is known as ''Sonic 3D Blast'' in North America.America, can be seen as this.


* CoolShades: Some Chirps are radical 80's kids and wear them. They will run nonstop if separated from Flicky, or maybe they're just blind.

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* CoolShades: Some Chirps are radical 80's 80s kids and wear them. They will run nonstop if separated from Flicky, or maybe they're just blind.


* CompilationRerelease: The Genesis/Mega Drive version has been included in many compilations, starting with the 4-in-1 ''Classic Collection'' for the same system, and later with both versions of ''Sonic Mega Collection'', and then ''Sega Genesis Collection'' and ''Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection''. The [[NoExportForYou Japan-only]] UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn compilation ''Sega Ages'' had the original arcade version.
* CoolShades: Some Chirps are radical 80's kids and wear them. They'll run nonstop if separated from Flicky. Or maybe they're just blind.

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* CompilationRerelease: The Genesis/Mega Drive version of the game has been included in many compilations, starting with the 4-in-1 ''Classic Collection'' for the same system, and later with both versions of ''Sonic Mega Collection'', and then ''Sega Genesis Collection'' and ''Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection''. The [[NoExportForYou Japan-only]] UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn compilation ''Sega Ages'' had the original arcade version.
* CoolShades: Some Chirps are radical 80's kids and wear them. They'll They will run nonstop if separated from Flicky. Or Flicky, or maybe they're just blind.



** In some Sonic games, Flicky is one of the animals that may pop out of a Badnik after being defeated.

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** In some most Sonic games, games starting with [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog1 the original]], Flicky is one of the animals that may pop out of a Badnik after being defeated.



* SpiritualSuccessor: ''VideoGame/Sonic3DFlickiesIsland'', known as ''Sonic 3D Blast'' in North America.

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* SpiritualSuccessor: ''VideoGame/Sonic3DFlickiesIsland'', which is known as ''Sonic 3D Blast'' in North America.


* {{Homage}}: ''[[GunstarHeroes Gunstar Super Heroes]]'' would pay tribute to Flicky at one point in its first stage, where you have to lead a pack of chicklets to a door.

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* {{Homage}}: ''[[GunstarHeroes ''[[VideoGame/GunstarHeroes Gunstar Super Heroes]]'' would pay tribute to Flicky at one point in its first stage, where you have to lead a pack of chicklets to a door.


** In some Sonic games, Flicky is one of the animals that may pop out of a Badnik after being defeated.



** In some Sonic games, Flicky is one of the animals that may pop out of a Badnik after being defeated.


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* SeesawCatapult: In the bonus rounds, there are a pair of Tigers on seesaws that launch Chirps into the air. Flicky must catch as many of them in her net as she can.


* AllInARow

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* AllInARowAllInARow: Chirps follow Flicky this way. The more Chirps you carry to the exit at once, the more points you earn, but the longer the line becomes, making it easier for Tiger to separate them.



* CatsAreMean

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* CatsAreMeanCatsAreMean: Tiger.



* ImprovisedWeapon: Household objects such as coffee mugs can be thrown to remove Tiger from play momentarily. Flicky can't jump with them though, as jumping and throwing are tied to the same button.



* OneHitPointWonder

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* OneHitPointWonderOneHitPointWonder: Both Flicky and Tiger.

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