Saving Private Sheep 2 takes you back to the barnyard for more physics-based iOS battle action
Last year, General Fleece and his herds of sheep fought back packs of marauding wolves in Saving Private Sheep, a physics-based puzzler for iOS. The wolves have all gone home, disgraced—but the canine appetite for mutton is insatiable. Now the foxes are on the move in Saving Private Sheep 2, and they’re looking to make a snack out of General Sheepard (we see what you did there, Bulkypix) and his faithful rams and ewes.
In Saving Private Sheep 2, the sheep get a little more aggressive compared to the defensive gameplay style in Saving Private Sheep. Now armed with slingshots and a hedgehog, Sheepard’s soldiers sling the little hedgie from one commando to the next until they have a good shot on the foxes that are slinking around. Needless to say (or “needles to say”—HA!), victory is not as easy as it sounds. There are objects to surmount and traps everywhere, including flying chickens, waterfalls, giant spider webs, and spikes.
If you think your wool is thick enough for the job, you’ll find over 68 levels to conquer, tons of gadgets to play around with, and a level editor that lets you create your own fox-inhabited death traps for you to share with your pals.
Saving Private Sheep 2 will be released in April as a universal iOS app, so stay tuned to Gamezebo for more information on this game and all manner of anti-fox artillery.