A struggle is raging in the quiet hillside pastures! The meadows are crowded, forcing you, the shepherds, to fight for every blade of grass - an acre here, a field there - to feed your tiny, wooly sheep. You must continually expand your pastures to feed your flocks. But watch out! You must be ever vigilant to keep your sheep safe from the marauding, hungry wolves that roam the forests at the pastures edge!
Tom Vasel (4 out of 5)
Apparently farm animals are a popular game theme, especially pigs and chickens. However, sheep are starting to show up in greater numbers, and perhaps they will become the supreme Spielfriek animal. First we had War & Sheep, a clever two-player game, and now Wooly Bully (Asmodee Editions, 2002 – Philippe des Pallieres) has joined the ranks. I first heard of this game when I was researching out War & Sheep, and the humorous name, as well as some interesting mechanics, caused me to wonder why I hadn’t heard of the game before.
When you go to www.boardgamegeek.com, the premier board game rating website, and read the comments on Wooly Bully, you’ll notice one game mentioned in more than hal
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