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Flink is one of the few Amiga CD32 titles not to see a release for the Amiga home computer system, on which the CD32's hardware was based. The majority of titles released for the CD32 were essentially the versions developed for Amiga home computers, taking only minor advantage of the CD-ROM medium with extra levels, CD audio, and/or FMV sequences.
Reviewing the Sega CD version, Scary Larry of GamePro assessed that the quality of the gameplay, graphics, and sound are solid, but that the style is unbearably cutesy, enjoyable only "for an audience that thinks Mickey Mouse is too grown up." A reviewer for Next Generation, while deriding the game for using the same platforming basics as the by-then ten years old Super Mario Bros., acknowledged that the mechanics for casting spells was an original touch, and praised the overall strong challenge. He gave it three out of five stars, concluding, "Flink comes perilously close to being so average it makes your brain begin to bleed, but the game still comes up with enough inventive touches, details, and sharp, colorful graphics so that, in the final outcome, the positives outweigh the negatives."
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