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  • Summary: Become part of the buzz in Pollen Count, a bright and beautiful line drawing game that takes the genre to the next level with some totally unique features! Collect pollen from the vibrant flowers while avoiding your fellow bees, swooping birds, cheeky spiders and even scarier Zombees! As the shadows get longer and the sun starts to fade, more and more bees will require your guidance. With loads of different game modes, power-ups and environments to explore, Pollen Count is the line drawer that has absolutely everything! Pollen Count Highlights • Collect pollen and avoid other bees, birds, spiders and spooky Zombees.• Workers, Drones, Bumbles and Queen bees all have their own unique traits and abilities.• Multiple game modes: Single player Pollen Count, Single player Zombees, Zombee Survival• Special 999mph Extra game to unlock.• Twenty-four stunning environments uniquely designed into a continuous campaign, to provide a range of gameplay styles from chilled-out casual to downright frantic.• Four special power-ups to help you on your way, plus portal paths that teleport your bees through trees and many more surprises that change the way you play.• Compare your Pollen Count with other beekeepers with online leaderboard support.• With 22 tricky achievements to unlock and more updates on the way, will you discover everything Pollen Count has to offer?For more information or support, please visit www.chillingo.com Collapse
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  1. Aug 5, 2011
    70
    A fun and completely competent line drawing title. The game's attempts to add depth to the genre detract from the game more than they add to it, however.
  2. Sep 2, 2011
    70
    I wouldn't write Pollen Count off as nothing more than a clone. It makes great use of an established mechanic, and I'd have a hard time holding that against it.