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Grazing Sheep
Grazing Sheep
by (Web published) (2018)
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Player Ages

Playing Time
30 minutes to 45 minutes
  • Dice
  • Puzzle
  • Animals
  • Print & Play
  • Designers
  • Gregg Jewell
  • Mark Tuck
  • Mechanisms
  • Dice Rolling
  • Press Your Luck
  • STR-04 Solo Game
  • SET-03 Grid Coverage
  • Artists
  • Mark Tuck
  • Family
  • Solitaire Games
  • Animals: Sheep
  • Solitaire Print and Play Contest
  • Roll-and-write
  • Player Count: Solitaire Only Games
  • Rating: 5.75/10 from 2 users


    Keeping sheep well fed and happy is not as easy as you’d think. And these particular sheep are not the brightest of the flock as they need to be shown where the next area of fresh grass is.

    If they don’t eat they soon get angry, and you don’t want to be faced with raging sheep. And their eating habits are erratic to say the least. Sometimes they’ll graze a whole quarter of the field, other times they just fancy a nibble.

    You do have a sheepdog, Ollie, but he’s pretty lazy and will only help calm the sheep down if there’s a doggie treat in it for him. Now, is that the sound of irate bleating in the air?....

    A number of sheep (and four leaf clover) are randomly placed in a field. Your task is to help the sheep eat as much grass as they can. Each area of grazing is determined by the dice you roll. Completely grazed fields score more points.

    There is a certain amount of push your luck - do you risk losing one of your limited supply of treats (lives) by going for that final grazing area to complete a field or move on to the next field and lose points for ungrazed areas? Lucky clover can help increase your chances of success.

    —description from the designer

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