most-addicting-sheep-game-review

The Most Addicting Sheep Game review

Overview

“Run, jump and roll to the beat in the easy-to-learn tricky-to-master most addicting sheep game.”

 

THE GOOD

– Extremely simple, yet awesome, innocent and challenging

– It’s very pretty

– Nice difficulty curve

– ‘Super Sheep’ mode is a cool addition to make the game slightly hardcore

– It really tests your reactions

 

THE BAD

– No ‘Infinity Bonus’ leaderboards

– The game doesn’t feel quite ‘full’

Graphics: 7
Sound: 8
Playability: 7
Accessibility: 10
Replayability: 8

OVERALL

Playing The Most Addicting Sheep Game, you really do feel as if you have accomplished something after memorising and tackling those tricky portions of each level. It really feels like your hard work has paid off. As an experiment, I muted the volume on the TV to see how the lack of banging tunes would effect the challenge. It didn’t appear to have any effect whatsoever, so I can’t fault the consistency of the game. There are five different difficulty levels (Training, Mild, Tricky, Wicked and Grim) each with six levels, an Infinity Bonus (which is just an infinite loop of a level designed for high scores) and a pretty sweet difficulty curve, so things don’t get too hectic when you’re not expecting it. As the description says: “Run, jump and roll to the beat in the easy-to-learn, tricky-to-master most addicting sheep game.” Sums it up perfectly!

 

(For some gameplay showing off the different difficulties, here’s a good video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVFlfqIc4LM)

 

Buy, trial or avoid?

A most definite buy! It’s only 69p, so you can get this and a cheap chocolate bar and you won’t feel ripped off. Banging!

 

Final score: 8/10