Home Sheep Home Farmageddon Party Edition
Source: Greenlight Games

Join Shaun and friends in Home Sheep Home Farmageddon Party Edition, coming to Japan and earning a physical release too.

As a fan of Aardman Animations, I was pleased to see some PR info about Home Sheep Home Farmageddon Party Edition coming out as a physical edition, and for my 日本人 friends.

In the game, remastered for consoles, you can control Shaun, Shirley and Timmy as they find their way back home. While not a stop-motion piece, the art style is really lovely, and you can see the familiar faces on the flock immediately.

Home Sheep Home Farmageddon Party Edition - Counting Sheep
Counting sheep. Source: Greenlight Games

The new multiplayer option has co-op play with a wealth of ‘movie-themed party games’ in the Farmageddon theme park. If you haven’t already seen the film, I recommend watching it.

Home Sheep Home Farmageddon Party Edition features include:

  • Let’s Ewe This! – Overcome the fiendishly challenging puzzles by working as a flock with new multiplayer features, using each sheep’s unique abilities to solve challenges and shove, leap, squeeze and swim through underground tunnels, abandoned mineshafts – and even evade the guards at Buckingham Palace.
  • All-new multiplayer Baaa-tle – A brand new suite of action-packed, Shaun the Sheep movie-themed party games bring some extra-terrestrial chaos to the farm with a visit to the Farmageddon theme park where you can compete with family and friends in a series of madcap fairground games hosted by Shaun’s new alien pal Lu-La, who has crash-landed near Mossy Bottom Farm.
  • Lovingly Lamb-made animation – Brought to you by award-winning animation studio Aardman the game features a beautiful hand-painted and traditionally animated art style, spectacular environments and endearing character animation.

Have a looky at the trailer below from Greenlight Games and Aardman Animations for Home Sheep Home Farmageddon Party Edition

You can pick up the physical edition from the 1st of September on the Nintendo Switch for only £9.99, while Japanese players get a launch date on the eShop for the 6th of August.

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