How do you play retro games?
Title (cute, ain't it ?)
Thankfully, no passwords
The different game modes
You can choose the type of dog to play
You can even name the doggy
Highly philosophical questions are discussed
"Mission" select screen
Gameplay of the first stage
A map is included, so you don't miss any sheep
For a better view, it is possible to zoom out
The ingame menu, notice the luxurious quick save option
At the end of each stage, a score is determined
There are four different type of sheep to herd
If those smileys are not meaningful enough for you, they can be switch to good old numbers
With the music pick up, the sheep will gladly follow you
You have to herd all the sheep into such a truck
Those are the "wild" sheep, I'm trying to get the jump over the bar for extra points
Running through high grass
The bonus stage. Notice the electrical fence
Smells like burned wool ...
The second farm
The scenery changes with each farm
In the "arrange" mode, your doggy can raise in levels
Bit from the FMV intro
There are four herders to choose from
Each herder has his own intro video
Each of the four sheep breeds react differently to the obstacles and the herder
FMV introducing the Longwool. They are the slowest breed, but will stay put if you don't bother them
The training course
Occasionally, your sheep have to pass through a machine that will give them something required to pass an obstacle (in this case, a mini-tank)
The end of the training section
You can carry a stray sheep across the map, if you want to
Pastoral sheep. They move and react fast.
Knocking the redish hay stack will allow you to bring those sheep
Some levels feature parts where your sheep are tinted
Neogenetic sheep, with the speed of Pastorals and the cool of Longwools.
Collecting all four globes unlock a special mini-game in the end
We all fall down
The alien sheep rescuing his earthly friends from certain death
There are seven levels total
The second level is a medieval theme park
Jumping around, with the level exit in sight
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