Summary: So it begins on the streets of Harlem with a sheep names Shaun who can talk, walk, and kill. It begins with a flashback of Shaun walking with his parents and gang members riding up and killing them all... except for Shaun. After that he was raised on the streets by gang members, and was then given intel on the location of the assassins. The game is great and not what you would expect from the title. It is a great buy, trust me I'm a doctor.
Summary: I have been looking around the DS circuit for games for my 5 year old daughter. She has a hard time playing some games because she can not read yet. When I saw this game I got super excited. We Tivo Shaun the Sheep every time it is on Disney Channel. We all laugh so hard at it! I was hoping she would be able to play it. So I got it for her 6th birthday and it was a success! There is a story mode and a mini-game mode. It is very age appropriate for her.
Excerpt: "...right through the game the Shaun the Sheep theme tune plays all the time! He loves it so doesn't like to turn the DS down! There are three modes to the game ~ *Story Mode *Minigame Mode *Collection Mode Story Mode begins with Shaun and Bitzer having to find 15 lost sheep before the farmer arrives home, along the way you will find other animals to help and also hidden objects. The game is really nice and easy and helps you along by showing images ...
Summary: Nice graphics but a very "slow motion" game. It takes too long to accomplish a task and it is not nice not to be able to save the colored drawings... Not very interesting besides loving Shaun so much!
Summary: Bought this as a birthday present for my 5 year old - and she loves it! Easy to work out how to play with different sections (story, colouring, games) to keep the interest going. The only question is whether I'm ever going to get the Shaun the Sheep tune out of my head!
Summary: Bought as a christmas present for both my boys to play. One's 8, the other's 4yrs old. 8yr old doesn't have a problem with it but despite the age being 3+, I do think a younger child would find it difficult. Good fun though.
From animated TV star to Nintendo DS - Shaun the Sheep
14 July 2009
Excerpt: "...is of the Nintendo game Shaun the Sheep, developed by Daydream Software and published by D3 Publishers. The game is a children's game based on the characters first seen in the animated television show, Wallace and Gromit. The plot of the game is to guide Shaun the Sheep around to find the various sheep in the farm who have escaped before the farmer comes back. Shaun can use Bitzer, the farm sheepdog, to help and also help get the pigs out of the ...