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App description: Sheepland: a sunny land of rolling green meadows, lush forests, and majestic mountains. The peaceful, happy people of the island want nothing more than to roam the land with their fuzzy little flocks of fluffy white sheep. All is well and good, until somebody has the bright idea to put up some fences...

Now the shepherds must compete for the most profitable lands to raise their flocks, driving the sheep to the lands they own and fencing them in so they dont wander off and join some other shepherds flock!
And then theres that strange black sheep that keeps showing up. Its rare black wool is certain to fetch a pretty price in the market for the shepherd that can pen him in!

Can you corral the finest herd in the best lands and become the richest shepherd in Sheepland?


Cranio Creations finally enters the world of digital gaming! After many successes in the field of board games with world class games such as Horse Fever, Rattus, Terra Mystica, Dungeon Fighter and Tzolk'in, here's to you the first conversion of an absolute success: Sheepland!

Winner of the Best of Show award for Best Family Board Game 2012, Juguinho 2013 Children Game of the Year and finalist at Label Ludo 2012, Sheepland is a fast game with a light and elegant design, developed by Daniele Tascini and Simone Luciani (authors of the acclaimed Tzolk'in) and decorated with Giulia Ghigini's marvelous drawings.

strivemind's comments:


Reference on BoardGameGeek.
10-10-2013, 09:28 PM
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I'm excited these guys are throwing their hat in the digital ring, because they make awesome games (Dungeon Fighter!) I'm really enjoying Sheepland, of which I missed the boardgame version. The art design is charming, and the gameplay simple but strategically satisfying. I've encountered several typos and text formatting errors that I hope are corrected soon, but otherwise this is a very slick production.
10-23-2013, 10:45 PM
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