Saving Private Sheep
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows XP / Windows 7 / Windows 8
  • 1.6 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 256 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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Saving Private Sheep 

Help your woolen warrior protect the other sheep in Saving Private Sheep, a comical endeavor for the entire family.

Sheep and their human protectors lived peacefully until war called away the shepherds. This left the sheep unprotected and out in the open for any hungry wolf that came along. Eventually, one leader stood up and devised a strategy to keep them safe. This strategy however, requires your help.

Join the sheep in their own war against the wolves as you coordinate safe airborne landings for them. Destroy the obstacles in the surrounding landing area to help them achieve their objective in 148 puzzling levels. Increasingly complex structures and special blocks (indestructible, explosive etc.) coming in a variety of shapes and with different actions will make your mission harder. Can you use your logic, dexterity and strategy to help them achieve victory?

Find out when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Saving Private Sheep today!

  • Help the sheep fend off the wolves in this family friendly Puzzle game.
  • Coordinate safe landings in 148 increasingly complex levels.
  • Be mindful of special blocks to strategize better.
  • Use logic and quickness to earn greater achievements.
  • Unlock extra gameplay levels with successful strategies.
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Reviews of Saving Private Sheep
 | Added on: December 15, 2012
I really like physics puzzle games and this one is quite fun. The graphics could have been much better, but otherwise it's a decent game.
 | Added on: November 26, 2012
i found this game fun, but only in small doses. you do have to think to play this game. but i found the repitition frustrating. the graphics are good, and i had to laugh everytime the sheep spoke. jst not a game i can play for hours at a time...
 | Added on: November 23, 2012
Physics based games are generally very fun, and this is no exception. When you first start out the game, there is an opening animation that is entertaining, yet lacking. The animation is fun to watch, and has nice enough music, but there is no voice reading the text which appears on screen. It is always nice to have a game where the developers take the time to add in the extra little things such as a voice-over. Also, the animation continues on its own, and the text goes by a bit too fast to comfortably be read by an adult, let alone a child. The gameplay is fun and instructive, but It does get repetitive at times. The object of the game, is to get the sheep to the grass at the bottom. Basically, all you are doing is "shooting" obstacles, but, this isn't to say there aren't surprises along the way. There are new obstacles and different challenges that keep the game interesting, as well as things that just add fun to the game. It is a kid friendly game, for the most part, but may require some help to understand what to do. As for the rewards system, you earn up to 3 medals per turn and a score, both depending on how well you did in the level. The only problem is, the scores and medals don't exactly add up. You can get 3 medals on every level, but scores differentiating by hundreds or thousands. So, I can't exactly make sense of how this system works, but I definitely think something is off. You also unlock achievements as you progress through the game. The sound is alright, yet sometimes it can get annoying. There is occasional ambiance noise and music, along with sound effects for different things that add fun to the game. I would have liked to see the sounds change or have options for choosing the sound effects, as they get repetitive. So, the sound is good, but could be improved. The graphics are the only thing left. They are nice and fairly polished, and have a cool watercolor look to them. The gripe I have with them though, is that there is no widescreen option. You can go full screen or windowed but not widescreen. Honestly, these days, full screen monitors are obsolete, so widescreen should be a necessity. All in all, this is a fun physics based game, but needs a few changes before it deserves 5 stars.
 | Added on: November 22, 2012
This game comes under the same category as "Cut the Rope" and "Lost Head." It's cute, and it definitely makes you think (and gets you--or at least me--more than a little frustrated). But it's not something I would sit down and play for even an hour at a time. Yes it's fun, and it definitely makes you think, but even though each scenario is slightly different, it's really all the same. A small dose at a time works well, but not a steady diet.
 | Added on: December 6, 2012
I like this game but it can be a little tricky and sometimes frustrating when the results depend on how fast you click and not on the strategy with think time.
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