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Sheep Reviews (Game Boy Advance)

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Consoles Plus (May, 2002)
Cette excellent jeu de réflexion trouvera facilement sa place dans votre ludothèque GBA.
GamePro (US) (Apr 01, 2002)
Yup, that’s right Sheep. Before you dismiss this modestly titled, PC-ported puzzler, let it be known that Sheep, much like the title animal, is a fun, bizarre, and strangely addictive little creature. While the prospect of controlling a sheepdog to guide sheep into a truck may sound excruciatingly dull, the frantic puzzles, large range of clever mini-objectives, and the fact that each sheep in the herd quietly acquires its own unique personality as the game goes on are what make these Sheep worth checking out.
Die Grafik geht in Ordnung, der Sound dudelt fröhlich im Hintergrund und mit 24 Leveln bietet das Spiel einen ordentlichen Umfang. Hast du wieder mal Lust auf ein Geschicklichkeitsspiel, kannst du bei Sheep nicht viel falsch machen. Und die Schäfchen treiben dich irgendwann garantiert in den Wahnsinn.
Planet (Jul 12, 2002)
Alles in allem ist Sheep ein sehr einfallsreiches Spiel, voller verschiedener Optionen. Für jeden Puzzel- und Tierfan erschien hier der optimale Zeitvertreib für Zwischendurch.
65 (Jun 11, 2002)
Un titre qui ravira, sans aucun doutes, les fans des Lemmings, en attendant une éventuelle conversion GBA (on ne sait jamais, après tout). Sympa, parfois tordu et en tout cas marrant, ce jeu me paraît parfait pour les longs voyages. On regrettera peut-être que le concept se montre parfois un peu trop répétitif.
IGN (Jul 10, 2003)
Sheep is a worthy addition to those of you who value strangely addictive puzzle/strategy games. It offers enough humor (slightly twisted humor), to garner a chuckle from time to time. Sheep falls into an awkward place among the portable gaming devices of today. As a cell phone offering, Sheep would have been extraordinary, but as a full-fledged GBA title it feels a little too shallow. In other words, Sheep is perfect to play while waiting around at the DMV, but your gaming time at home would be better dedicated to other titles.
Nintendo Spin (Jul 07, 2005)
Cubivore comes directly to mind when I try to summarize where Sheep goes right and where it goes wrong. These games are built upon clever precepts, but the novelty alone is not enough to stretch the games' interesting aspects into something that can compete with fuller titles. The first few levels of Sheep set high expectations for a game that becomes too convoluted and too frustrating way too quickly. What you are left with is a unique puzzle/action game relying on concept and forgetting execution is just as important. A good idea. A nice try. It could have been better.