Advertising BlurbsAtari Australia Press Quotes - PlayStation:
“Sheep, Dog, and Wolf, Infogrames' attempt to enter the stealth genre armed with bottle rockets and ten-ton safes, rather than garrottes and silenced pistols. Stranger still, this looks like it might actually be a pretty good time, a game with puzzle design, 3D action gameplay, and a healthy helping of Looney Tunes gag action.” IGN online
Contributed by Xoleras (66074) on May 11, 2004.
- 3D gameplay just like the cartoon
- 18 diverse levels with many different environments (meadow, volcano, winter, autumn, swamp, desert, castle, planet Mars...)
- 1-2 player action
- Over 30 weird and wonderful gadgets and gizmos to use and combine (female sheep perfume, elastic bands, salads, rocket, robot, umbrella, catapult, blower, bush, ghost & rabbit costumes, fishing rod, magnets, hair driers, hoovers and clocks...)
- All the classic voices of your favourite cartoon characters included!
Contributed by Xoleras (66074) on May 07, 2004.
Introducing the world’s first steal’em up, where, as the devious, hungry Ralph Wolf, you will need to creep, sneak and use all the meanest gadgets and traps at your disposal in a relentless quest to steal sheep! Mixing unique gameplay that combines stealth, humour and tactics, the scene is set for the ultimate showdown between Sam Sheep-dog and a greedy wolf intent on filling his stomach.