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Block-pushing puzzles with a horror twist? What more could you possibly need in such a Sokoban game? Well, Dark Sheep has some twists and turns to it you might enjoy.

It's a love-letter to the classic world of Commodore 64 gaming, it puts a twist on it as "Two sheep cannot take the same path, forcing you to find even more creative solutions and more!". Not only that, the soundtrack was made using a real modified 1989 Nintendo Game Boy. The sound effects used are also retro made using "SID chip emulation". Everything about it screams retro.

Dark Sheep‘s story is divided into 4 chapters. As a new member of an unholy cult, your job is to kidnap sheep, keeping them safe until the day of the ritual comes. You‘ll witness the events before the Dark Lord‘s summoning and even its aftermath. You‘ll experience things you won‘t in other puzzle games.

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  • 40 levels with increasing difficulty
  • The soundtrack was created with a modded 1989 Game Boy to bring that 8-bit, Commodore 64 inspired sound to life!
  • Keyboard only controls, with optional mouse controls for the menus.
  • Optional CRT mode

Created by Daisy Games a Czech independent game studio made up solely of Martin Firbacher using Godot Engine. Daisy Games previous work includes the rather good retro puzzle game Hack Grid from earlier this year.

Find it now on Steam.

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