Puzzle games are always a great way to kill time while having some fun in the process. However, after a while, they all pretty much start looking alike and concepts begin to blend together. On top of this, sheep (one of the most under-utilized farm animals in the world of gaming) have not been seen as important part of a video game since Worms. Well, the day of redemption seems to finally be here for the walking cotton balls because XDA Forum Member Beep_Beep just granted the little quadruped a new chance to shine on the small screen with Agent Sheep.
The premise of the game is quite straight forward. You are an undercover sheep trained by some of the most skilled secret agents in the world. Your mission is to retrieve the missing key fragments scattered throughout the different levels of the game, which happen to be disguised as bones. Retrieving them, however, is not as simple as it sounds as there are vicious Doberman dogs guarding the area (as well as their bones). It will be up to your to properly guide Agent Sheep to be able to collect the key fragments while going completely unnoticed. The maze type levels can help you escape a possible dismemberment if you are discovered by the dogs, but it is on your best interest to avoid getting spotted.
Again, the game is a fun way of killing some time if you have any. Animations are quite smooth and graphics are very well done for a game of this kind. The dev is actively looking for feedback in the form of bugs and suggestions to make the game better, so if you happen to try it, please provide the dev with your thoughts so that the game can grow. Enjoy it!
We play with a secret agent “Sheep”, which has been sent by the “Agency” on the dangerous mission.
This time,our task is collect the secret key that has been divided into parts and disguised as a bones, which is guarded by dangerous policeman-dogs!
You can find more information in the original thread.
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