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Clouds & Sheep 2 Ports to Switch

 

 

Giebelstadt, Germany, December 21th, in the year of our Lord 2018: They're hungry. They're bored. They're cold, thirsty and tired… but finally, you can stop their misery! In Clouds & Sheep 2, it's your job to keep your flock of sheep happy, and you can begin right away because the game is out now on Nintendo Switch™.

Feed your sheep, toss them around, buy them trampolines, put them in funny hats, regularly shear them and – at all times – keep an eye on your various resources to manage your ever-growing herd.

Clouds & Sheep 2 is a sheep herd management game, developed and published by HandyGames. It's available now on Nintendo Switch for an SRP of €9.99 / $9.99 / 8.99 / 699 RUB.

About Clouds & Sheep 2
The cute sheep are finally on the loose again! Solve countless quests to fulfil your woolly friends’ needs. Plant grass, flowers, trees and shear your animals’ different-coloured wool to stock up your resources. Collect happy stars, harvest wood and flower petals, and use your resources to provide your flock with food, accessories, toys and more. Control the clouds and make it rain to ensure your sheep never run out of fresh water to drink. If your sheep feel happy and content, they’ll even bring tiny lambs into the world.

The Features:

Simulation game with adorable sheep
Take care of your flock
Local co-op multiplayer
Touch screen inputs
Raise sweet little lambs
Customize their pasture
Control the weather
Day/night cycle
Open-ended game set in a 3D world
Suitable for kids, but also fun for the whole family

No word on a physical copy version of this game on this system in the US at this time. Families are required to pay for Internet usage fees to download this game. For more information click here.

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