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Chuck the Sheep

rated 4.35 / 5 stars
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Jan 12, 2012 | 6:34 PM EST

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Chuck's done with the shears! He's ready to take off from the farm to fluff-safe lands. While he won't get far at first, Chuck is determined. But he needs your help! Launch him high and far using a variety of ship upgrades. Collect resources to build out new items. It's all up to you!

Programming by Jmtb02, Art by Jimp
Produced by Armor Games

Mouse to Launch, Arrow Keys/WASD to move



Rated 5 / 5 stars


the terrain's form is like minecraft
also, good game!


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Just one thing...

This really is a great game: good enough to spar with other games of this genre like Learn To Fly, Flight and Burrito Bison. However, it's missing one very crucial thing, actual velocity.
Now, lets not go all 'physics' up in here, but velocity is speed, no? Things going up slow down, while things going down speed up? That's pretty basic right? But this game lacks that. The controls are the same as any other flight game, but they only control height, even though the 'engine' is attached to the back, pressing up only increases my height not my forward speed!?!? So what determines the forward speed, or x? Time. It seems that your speed increases the longer you are flying. Now that doesn't make any sense.
I'm not claiming the game is broken because of this; I still finished and slightly enjoyed it. But it took me out of the experience. When trying to get 'above 20MPH' I can't speed up by going down; I just... keep going right. Or this weird scenario: I broke my fuel tank but not my wings or boosters. Now with no fuel tank my 'speed' is 0 but I can still boost, so I do so... and when the boost finishes, my speed dips below 0. I assume that 'boosting' adds to your 'speed' then subtracts from your speed. So clearly 'speed' in this game is completely arbitrary and doesn't model the real world in the slightest.
I can't understand why basic speed and velocity would be looked over in a flight game. How can I fly when I can't even control how I moving on the x axis??? If you haven't noticed that while playing the game, then good for you! Then it doesn't really affect the gameplay as much as I thought. But if I can't 'fly' properly, then it doesn't matter how good the game system is; its not flying.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Ship in the plain :D

it would be great game only if:
exchange wasn't pain in ass - add some sliders or manual input (good my mouse software allow 5x click with one MB =-=); and i lost materials just because i want to exchange them for two goods: water for food and food + rock for wood, clicked exchange on food and lost materials for wood :/

everything else - great!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

very funny game

enjoyed it allot userfriendly

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Rated 3 / 5 stars


I don't really like it. The animation is good but the game isn't. 1 star from the game and 5 stars from the animation and music. :/