20 Games Like Sheared(TBA)
Cool Herders is an addictive 2D multiplayer game that pits you against up to three friends in a game that can only be described as "Cool." Your goal is to collect the most sheep in a round, either by herding them yourself or by bashing your opponent and stealing his or her sheep! On top of the multiplayer fun, story mode will put you in the shoes of Zeus as he makes his way through level after level of challenges to get his herd back from the evil clutches of Iskur. The going won't be easy ? Zeus will have to travel far away from his homeland of New Zealand to complete challenges and compete against herders in various locations before taking on Iskur himself in a battle to restore peace in the pasture! Will you and Zeus with the day, or will Iskur horde the herd for himself?
After a thousand years of Warfare, the conflict between Sheep and Wolves has entered a new and delirious age : secret and terrifying weapons may soon change the course of the war!
This full-3D action-RTS is filled with humor and high explosives, as sheep and wolves go at it for the survival and status of their species. Gameplay includes a full tutorial mode to learn the principles of strategy, an ongoing set of story sequences that set up each increasingly-challenging battle, and 2-player co-op multiplayer for console gamers to send the fur and wool flying
Get the party started with SingStar Party; Sony London's second iteration of its popular karaoke-inspired vocals game developed exclusively for the PlayStation 2. Though gameplay is nearly identical to the previous installment (players are judged on their ability to sing with the correct tone, rhythm, and pitch), a host of new features populate this sequel as well. Boasting more than 30 new tracks and the ability to import 30 more from the original SingStar, the game also supports an all-new competitive Duet Mode, EyeToy compatibility, and a Shuffle Token feature for a more personalized selection of theme songs. Available only in the European territories.
A sequel of sorts to Attack of the Mutant Camels, this time the player controls a camel. The camel is armed by default with small blue shots, but can obtain other weapons and weapon upgrades by collecting power-ups during the game.
The game features a host of bizarre enemies, including: British telephone boxes, Polo mints, exploding sheep, skiing kangaroos, guys sitting on flying toilets and even the jet plane controlled by the player in Attack of the Mutant Camels and a wave of Jeff Minters.
The player controls a small jetplane and has the task of killing giant yellow camels before they reach the home base. Doing so requires several dozens of shots. The camels retaliate by shooting fireballs from their mouth.
Each camel required several shots to destroy; if a camel reached the base, the game was over. Once all camels on a level had been killed, the player had to survive a "hyperspace" sequence which required avoiding high-speed missiles. Upon successful completion, the next level presented a new wave of camels, with slightly harder gameplay.
Guinness World Records: The Videogame will allow players to experience the "thrill" of setting their own world records. This is done through "quick-fire action challenges" aka mini-games, doing anything from tightrope walking across the Grand Canyon to growing the world's longest, most disgusting fingernails.
Gridrunner Revolution is a game which has evolved over 27 years. The original Gridrunner games were created for the Commodore 64 and Vic-20 back in 1982. The company that made the games, Llamasoft, are now one of the longest established game developers in existence and over the intervening years have done pioneering work in the field of music visualization as well as developing genre-defining games such as Tempest 2000 and the extraordinary Space Giraffe.
Gridrunner Revolution takes some core ideas from those old Commodore games and extrapolates them forward to create a game that is both modern and exceptionally beautiful. The gameplay goes way beyond mere shooting and leads players to score highly by engaging with the game's mechanic to produce aesthetically pleasing abstract graphics “performances” as they play.
Several game modes are included, along with simulations of the original Vic and C64 games so that players can see for themselves the game's history and how it has evolved in the 21st century.