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Alone or with a friend, try to survive while keeping as many sheeps alive as possible! Discover all sheep types and unleash their powers to fight evil hordes of enemies through 10 levels or go beyond the limits in the infinite mode! 

Controls :

  •  Use WASD or the arrow keys to move (in multiplayer one moves with WASD and the other with the arrow keys).
  • Press P to pause.
  •  After a level press R to restart.

If you experience some performance issues I highly recommend you download the game on its itch.io page here.


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Interesting gameplay

Can't tell if mushroom guy kills 1 or 0 gold sheep.

PurpleClam responds:

Hi! If everything works fine it should be 0.

Nicely Done.
This was honestly a challenging experience for me, but in no way due you excellent and intuitive design.
The variety of Sheeps types and Enemy units was solid, and the level designs also lead to fun variance in play.
The only thing I can really think to add is when a sheep is held maybe adding a AOE type high light so you can be sure the player avatar is properly aligned to block incoming attack.
Thank you for making this.

PurpleClam responds:

Thank you so much for your constructive review!
Interesting idea I'll make sure to look into it if I post an update or a similar project. thanks

it is a pretty nice game you can stay afk for some levels or just upgrading your spawner enough and that is it you won the hitboxes are annoying sometimes i get hurt by the enemies even tho i am holding the sheep that can kill them right in my hand and they are right in front of me the sheep explodes but i still get hurt, don't know if that is intentional or my fault any how good game.
oh and maybe there should be a button to drop sheep like space because the character drops the sheep even if i did not mean to

PurpleClam responds:

Thanks for playing the game! No it's not intentional I believe the controls/view just lack a bit of precision. Other than that thank you for the detailed feedback. I'll take it into account in the future.