In Shaun the Sheep, players will play as the lovable sheep, Shaun, as he tries to find the rest of the flock before the farmer arrives home.
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Play as the loveable sheep, Shaun, as he tries to find the rest of the flockbefore the Farmer comes home
Gameplay and settings based on actual episodes, recreating the fun andunique silent-movie humor
Explore the areas based on the series like the field, the barn, the Farmer'shouse and the circus tent
Call on Bitzer the dog to help you out when the Naughty Pigs are up totheir dirty tricks
Work with the other found sheep to get around obstacles and accessout-of-reach areas
Includes three game modes: Story Mode, Mini-game Mode andCollection Mode
Unlockable mini-games and show-related rewards
Shaun the Sheep is rated
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Rated 5 out of
OMGSo it begins on the streets of Harlem with a sheep names Shaun who can talk, walk, and kill. It begins with a flashback of Shaun walking with his parents and gang members riding up and killing them all... except for Shaun. After that he was raised on the streets by gang members, and was then given intel on the location of the assassins. The game is great and not what you would expect from the title. It is a great buy, trust me I'm a doctor.
Date published: 2012-05-27
Rated 5 out of
Great game for fans and younger children...I have been looking around the DS circuit for games for my 5 year old daughter. She has a hard time playing some games because she can not read yet. When I saw this game I got super excited. We Tivo Shaun the Sheep every time it is on Disney Channel. We all laugh so hard at it! I was hoping she would be able to play it. So I got it for her 6th birthday and it was a success! There is a story mode and a mini-game mode. It is very age appropriate for her. It holds her attention and I can hear her laughing as she's playing it. In the story mode, the object of the game is to find all the sheep who have escaped from the pen and spread out over the farm. If there is an object that Shaun can interact with, it has his head above it. The game pretty much tells you what to do. It is fairly simple. The mini-games that we have seen so far are easy as well. Some use the microphone, which my daughter loves. I think the game would be great for younger kids, probably not so much for the older ones. I'd say, probably 7-8 or younger. The graphics are great, the game play is entertaining, and it plays the "Shaun the Sheep" theme song which is cute. All in all, I am very pleased with the game and I am so excited that my daughter has taken to it like she has. A great buy!