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Why does knocking out a cat only sometimes yield a diamond in SEGA game Flicky?
In the SEGA Arcade/Genesis/Mega Drive game Flicky, why does knocking out a cat only sometimes yield a diamond? You can see what I am talking about 20 seconds into this video: ...
Jun 27 '13 at 12:06
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