Dark Sheep is a block pushing puzzle game that is worth checking out on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Thanks to the simple yet creative development of Daisy Games. Which is available via Steam and Itch.io with a discount.
While Dark Sheep is simple looking block pushing puzzle game with horror elements. It’s also a love letter to the Commodore 64 and classic Sokoban, new twists.
The gameplay puts you in the role of a new member of an unholy cult. As a result, it’s your job to kidnap sheep. Then keep them safe until the day of the ritual comes.
Will you witness the Dark Lord’s glorious return? Or will things take an even more sinister turn?
Gameplay offers a new twist on the classic Sokoban mechanics. Since two sheep cannot take the same path. This forces you to find even further creative solutions.
Dark Sheep – Release Trailer
One way of capturing sheep is to trick them by using the grass as bait. Then work to lure them into cages. Plan your moves ahead. Since two sheep cannot take the same path. You‘ll do things in the name of your Dark Lord. These are things you wouldn’t do in other puzzle games, like following the dark arts.
- 40 levels with increasing difficulty in Dark Sheep.
- The soundtrack was created with genuine 1989 technology to bring that 8-bit, Commodore 64 inspired sound to life!
- Keyboard only controls. Mouse is optional.
- Optional CRT mode!
Your adventure does come with retro audio. The soundtrack was created on a real, modified 1989 Nintendo Game Boy. While sound effects are the creation of SID chip emulation.