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Game Review   2007-08-05

 

SheeplingsSheeplings - Strangely Addictive Arcade Game

 

Sheeplings is a very attractive and enjoying arcade game from Karja Soft. You are to deliver the cute little sheep to a sheep jumping competition in Woolville.

 

The road ahead is long and full of all kinds of things like wolves or eagles that will hinder you from leading your stubborn sheep to the destination.

 

 

 

Bringing your sheep to the competition takes going through 80 levels.

 

SheeplingsAccording to the game story you are to bring sheep to the sheep jumping competition in Woolville.

 

But the thing is that you don't know how to get there and your grandfather is the one to help you.

 

So you start for him through all the levels shown on the map.

 

Most of the levels are locked at the beginning. But rank tokens that you get along the game help you unlock the levels on the map.

 

You can control a sheepdog with the help of your mouse. Barking at the sheep will make them get where you need.

 

SheeplingsSo how do you lead the sheep?

 

Well you do that by controlling a sheepdog.

 

The sheepdog follows your cursor and barks as you use the left button of your mouse.

 

The cute fluffy sheep hang out on the green grass.

 

You have to bark at them in order to direct them where you need.

 

The tasks in the levels won't stun you with their difficulty.

 

 

SheeplingsThe levels' tasks aren't that difficult.

 

You are to take your sheep to the glittery area most of the times.

 

The sheep can be white (normal), black, and small (the later two are considered to be more stubborn, but no obvious difference has been noticed).

 

There are also levels where you should protect your sheep from wolves or eagles.

 

You do that just by woofing at them. Some of the levels have time limits though and can take a few trials.

 

There are bonuses hidden in trees in some levels. You can find them only by barking on them.

 

Despite some faults the game would be a good option for a change.

 

SheeplingsSheeplings has very bright and cute graphics (maybe even somewhat babyish).

 

The gameplay just strikes sometimes with some of its tasks that make zero sense.

 

And the system of unlocking the levels gets a bit irritating because you may not be let to get further due to the low ranking for the previous level.

 

So you have to do your best in any of the previous levels to get as many stars as possible to get further. Though I guess Sheeplings would be a good option for children and a worthy pastime for adults.

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Game Review   2007-08-05

 

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Morteza  2013-01-08 14:44:01
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Morteza  2013-01-08 14:44:04
Thanks, Tammy. I have lots of ideas in the solutions box. Some day I'll burn so iesnntely inside I'll have to write about it; so be on the lookout. In the meantime, one suggestion:Nearly all literature, conferences, and sermons about male-female interpersonal relationships tell that narrative as the majority of people experience it. That there are such resources is a good, healthy, and helpful thing. How much more do those who experience life differently not also need such aid, such tools? Indeed, they may very well need more support as they are often misunderstood, feel alone, and sometimes are even told that who they are is wrong. (I'm thinking, for example, of women gifted with leadership who are strong and assertive; or men gifted in the arts who are gentle and nurturing.)We have no script for men who prefer the arts to sport and no script for women who prefer to discuss Origin rather than cooking or children. But the world has a script, especially for men: If you're a man who is creative, sensitive, and intuitive, you're gay! And you should embrace that!' Since the church doesn't have an alternative explanation (except: You're not normal'), people often shrug their shoulders and think: I must be gay. I'm not really accepted among the men at church, but here's a community ready to accept me and give me a place to be who I am and to use my gifts and talents. But what if we did have a script? What if we did provide helpful explanations for why the exceptions to the rules experience what they do to help them make sense of their life and navigate it better?I think that's one solution. It simply doesn't do any good to make obligatory caveats about general principals and never actually affirm the minority; to never give them space to tell their story nor any help in telling it.
 

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