Sheeple Chase sprints across the farm to the App Store
Exhilirating Barnyard Racer NOW Available for iPhone and iPod Touch
Sheeple Chase: A hilarious, turbo-charged racing game set in a farmyard. Don't let the pigs steal your apples! Take control of the hungry sheep as you skid around cows, leap across rivers, hop from rooftop to rooftop and hit flaming speed-boosts to do whatever it takes to compete against the other animals and be the first to reach the best prize ever - Delicious, Juicy, Red Apples.
PLUS, be sure to check out Sheeple Chase's unique Track Level Editor. Place bridges, obstacles and more on your own personal course, share it with friends and challenge them to beat you at your own game!
Don't let those greedy pigs steal those apples! Race in the name of hungry sheep everywhere! Upload your fastest times to Crystal and Game Center and compete to be the fastest sheep in the world!
Sheeple Chase is available NOW for iPhone/iPod touch at App Sotre.
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Titre : Sheeple Chase
Editeur : Chillingo
Studio : Green Ant Games
Plateformes : iPhone, iPodT
Date de sortie : 2011-01-13
Chillingo is a subsidiary of Electronic Arts and publishes innovative games and software for various platforms. Other hit iPhone®, iPod touch® and iPad™ titles include; Cut the Rope™, Angry Birds™, Helsing’s Fire, Predators™, Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs™, Minigore, iDracula, and Modern Conflict. For more information about Chillingo please visit http://www.chillingo.com. http://www.facebook.com/chillingoand http://www.twitter.com/chillingo
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