VOGELSAP Releases FIRST in-game screenshots Of THE FLOCK And Heads To Gamescom - Art Style Has Been Improved!


HILVERSUM, Netherlands - July 16, 2013 -  Vogelsap is proud to release their first screenshots of The Flock, showing gameplay and our improved art style. 

We have been hard at work the last couple of weeks to improve the art style of The Flock and bring it closer to the concept art we have shown before in the teaser. The new screenshots is also the first ingame media to be released to the public and were taken while a match was being played. 

Vogelsap, a Dutch independent developer, has just expanded with an extra programmer (Peter Dijkstra) and now consists out of eight second year HKU-students based in Hilversum. We are very pleased with all the positive responses on The Flock and are proud to announce that not only have we been green lit by school giving us full support to develop The Flock, we have also been chosen to become a part of the Indigo Showcase in the Business area of GAMESCOM!  http://bit.ly/INDIGOline-upFLOCK

From now to Gamescom we will be releasing new information every week through our Facebook page ( facebook.com/theflockgame) and Twitter account ( twitter.com/theflockgame). At Gamescom visitors will be able to play the first level of The Flock in which 4 players can go up and against each other trying to get hold of the artifact. Be on the lookout for the gameplay trailer of our game in the next month. 

About The Flock:

More info on The Flock can be found here:  http://vogelsap.com/theflock/


- Asymmetrical online multiplayer

- Exciting and unique gameplay

- Engaging and simple mechanics

- Non-linear dynamic audio system

- Hunt and be hunted


The new screenshots can also be found here:


The teaser can be found here:

http://youtu.be/BzIu3O7ziDk (short)

http://youtu.be/a0zD9P5CEAk (extended with commentary)

Important:  If you have any questions at all, please don't hesitate and direct them to info@vogelsap.com or jeroen@vogelsap.com!



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