This is Flockers, Team17's first non-Worms game in quite a while

"A twisted blend of Lemmings inspired gameplay and Tim Burton style macabre."

Team17 has unveiled Flockers, its first non-Worms game in over a decade.

The Sheffield developer describes it as "a twisted blend of Lemmings inspired gameplay and Tim Burton style macabre".

It's set in a steampunk world in which you guide sheep through puzzles. Flockers is due out on PC via Steam Early Access during the second quarter of 2014 - so at some point between the end of March and the beginning of July.

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