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Shaun the Sheep Videos and Trailers - DS

Game Description:You may be a sheep, but it's your job play shepherd in this game based on the Shaun the Sheep TV show! The Disney Channel favorite was created by the award-winning studio Aardman Animations, and this game puts you right into the show's unique world. Playing as Shaun the Sheep, you must find the rest of your flock before the farmer comes home. During play based on actual episodes, you'll explore areas seen on the show, including the barn, the field, the Farmer's house, and the circus tent. Team up with other sheep to navigate obstacles or to reach tough spots. Then call in Blitzer the Dog to deal with the Naughty Pigs, or play mini-games and earn rewards.
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