Wednesday, May 22, 2013


                      Just about every gag in the Looney Tunes library shows up through more than 15 levels of play. The game is more of a puzzler than a platformer, though it does utilize some platform elements. The key to each level is figuring out how to use the items given and in what order. The actually execution is rather simple.
                   The game is most fun when it comes to the actual snatching of sheep. You'll have to tip toe around so as not to be heard. You can hide behind rocks or even hop into some bushes and stealthily make your way toward your prey.
                 While the game has loads of Looney Tunes characters such as Marvin the Martian and Elmer Fudd, your imagination is held in check. The game itself is very linear. Each level must be approached in a specific way in order to clear it. Even if you find a different way to go about completing a task, it won't work unless you do it the way the designers intended.
                       And that's what keeps Sheep Raider from being a true classic. It plays more like Lemmings than Metal Gear Solid. You don't get to choose which items you want to use from ACME's catalog, instead you must use the specific items provided on each level. One level you get to dress up as a sheep and convince one of the flock to follow you away from Sam Sheep-Dog, the next level you will have to bungee off a cliff and scoop up an unsuspecting sheep. Unfortunately, each method is level specific.


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