60 levels across 3 episodes
Game Modifying Cheats!
120+ Collectable Items
Unlockable Developer Commentary
Building upon the original puzzle mechanic that proved so popular, the sequel takes the story and characters even further. Spread over 3 unique episodes the characters visit increasingly adventurous locations. The game starts at the farm and then moves deep underground – it is complete with mine carts, explosive TNT and water puzzles. The sheep then hitch a ride to the famous landmarks and bright lights of London, paying a visit to Buckingham Palace and Big Ben. Just as they near home they are whisked off into Space for the final episode, puzzling their way through an alien ship making use of portals, force fields and planetary gravity.
Each episode provides a minimum of 2 hours play and the bonus levels give another 2 hours play. This does not include the extra time needed if the player wishes to find and collect all items available and discover the Easter eggs.
The desktop PC version has a raft of exclusive extras including: 15 bonus levels, 53 achievements, 121 collectible items, 15 unlockable cheat modes that all modify the game play in fun ways, training levels, a playable credits screen and extensive developer’s commentary. Produced as a native PC executable, it takes advantage of the higher screen resolutions and speeds modern video cards provide, while falling back gracefully to lower-end hardware. All configurable via a simple Options screen. This is the optimum way to experience the game.
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