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Flotilla (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Tags: Strategy, Turn-Based, Sci-Fi
Developer: Brendon Chung
More Platforms: PC


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Flotilla review

Reviewed March 09, 2012

SamildanachEmrys says: "I want you to understand just how inept a tactician I am so that youíll understand the magnitude of my meaning when I say Flotilla makes me feel like Iím in Ender's Game. You wonít spend all day playing it, but you might find you come back every few weeks for a new adventure, and to kick a smug deerís ass one more time."
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