Based in London, United Kingdom
PC / Linux / Mac OSX
Disobedient Sheep is a frantic and lighthearted sheep herd'em'up for two to four players. Play as adorable sheepdogs and guide your hapless flock to victory in four different game-modes by avoiding anvils, dodging dynamite, and bailing on boulders. This is a small, unique game. Ideal for short-sessions, young children, rowdy friends, older folks and non-gamers. The game has an over-the-top cartoony style, and because the controls are simple --- the only input is a single analogue stick --- two players share a controller. At events this goes down particularly well with younger children (8 -- 14) and their (often non-gamer) parents. Sheep flock and herd realistically, following models based on acamdeic research and tweaked for game-feel.
Herding sheep in real-life is exhausting, difficult, and sometimes hilarious. Inspired by afternoons teaching overexcited primary-school children how to work together to corral a group of flighty sheep, disobedient sheep aims to recreate this chaos without the muddy field.
- Four unique game modes, in co-op and versus.
- Take control of four adorable doggos.
- Advanced herding and flocking AI
- Controller sharing - two players with one controller; four players with two
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About SicklyDove games
SicklyDove is a tiny, spare-time indie game studio by Laurie James, server progammer at Big Pixel studios. Together with the occasional help of some wonderful freelance-friends, the last two-years have been spent on development of Disobedient Sheep - a sheep-herding party game releasing on Steam Q3 2019.
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Disobedient Sheep Credits
Design, programming, environment art
(Freelance) Sound design, music, sound implementation
(Freelance) UI, UX, 2D Design