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Sheep (video game)

Developer(s) Mind's Eye Productions
Publisher(s) Empire Interactive
Distributor(s) JP Syscom (PS)
JP GungHo (PSN)
Feral Interactive (OS X)
Platform(s) PlayStation, Microsoft Windows, Game Boy Advance, OS X
Release date(s) PlayStation & Microsoft Windows
  • NA 6 November 2000 (PS)
  • EU 17 November 2000
NA 200011November 2000
JP 200106June 2001
EU 200808August 2008
JP 201204April 2012
Game Boy Advance
  • JP 18 April 2002
  • EU 31 May 2002
Genre(s) Strategy, puzzle
Mode(s) Single-player

Sheep is a strategy puzzle video game released for PlayStation, Microsoft Windows and Game Boy Advance. In 2001 it was released for OS X by Feral Interactive.


Sheep bears some resemblance to the video game Lemmings. The player can choose between 4 herders, the people Adam Halfpint and Bo Peep, and the dogs Motley and Shep.

The player must then guide sheep of 4 types (Factoral, Longwool, NeoGenetic, and Pastoral), actually aliens from the planet Ovis Aries, through a series of obstacles to the finish line in the level.

There are a series of different worlds, starting with Polygon Farm and on to others, such as Village Fete and Lost in Space. If you collect all the golden sheep trophies in a world, you get to play a bonus game, devised from some other, like Snake (in this version, you are riding a sheep, and have to collect the trapped sheep in bubbles).

The obstacles between you and victory vary from world to world, including tractors, knights, archers and demonic chefs. Eventually, you must thwart the schemes of the mad scientist Mr. Pear and his hench-cows.


Sheep received mixed reviews. Aggregating review websites GameRankings and Metacritic gave the PlayStation version 74.14% and 71/100,[1][2] the PC version 74.08% and 73/100[3][4] and the Game Boy Advance version 69.67% and 67/100.[5][6]


  1. ^ "Sheep for PlayStation".  
  2. ^ "Sheep for PlayStation Reviews".  
  3. ^ "Sheep for PC".  
  4. ^ "Sheep for PC Reviews".  
  5. ^ "Sheep for Game Boy Advance".  
  6. ^ "Sheep for Game Boy Advance Reviews".  
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