|Cindy Fletcher and the Quest for Cindy Flakes|
"Balls" Studios Chapel Hill
"Balls" Studios London
|Distributor(s)||First and second run:|
Mega Market Corporation and Gestle
Jonathan Barry Kennedy
All third-, fourth-, fifth-, sixth-, and seveth-generation consoles, including, but not limited to: Greeny Arcade 256
Mac, Linux, Windows Phone, Android, iOS, Blackberry, Linux, PlayStation Network (PS3/PSP/PSVita), Xbox 360, Wii; the game was also released to all eighth-generation consoles (excluding Xbox One, PS4, Wii U).
MS-DOS, SNES, and Sega Genesis
|Mode(s)||Single-player, co-operative multiplayer, battle mode, capture the flag, sandbox/level editor mode|
|Ratings||ESRB - E|
|Media||CD-ROM, floppy disk, digital download, plug-and-play toy, HuCard, TurboChip, ROM card, cartridges, ROM cartridge, casette tapes, data card, magnetic card, laserdisc, LD-ROM, Game Paks, interactive DVD, Mini-CD, GD-ROM, SD card, DVD-DL, DVD+R DL, Blu-Ray Disc|
Cindy Flecther and the Quest for Cindy Flakes is a 1994 adventure game, starring the character and cereal mascot of the same name.
During it's first run, the game was sold in cereal boxes, but the game was no longer sold in cereal boxes, after December 31, 1994.
Later, in the Daniel and Cindy Website and PSN in 2014, the game can be purchased via Freeware, like most other MS-DOS games...