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All you need to know about Sheep in Disguise

Is Sheep in Disguise fun to play?
Sheep in Disguise

Players: 2 – 6 players | Game Duration 20 – 45 mins | Min. Age 10+ | Game complexity: EASY Genre: Animals, Card Games, Party Game Solo game mode: No | Co-op: No | Online Version: No

What is Sheep in Disguise about?

All you need to play Sheep in Disguise is in the Original Game. The foiled game box includes 142 colorful cards, the official rulebook, 3 Golden Sheep cards, and all stretch goals from the Kickstarter campaign!

How to Play

First off, let’s talk about gameplay. The goal of Sheep in Disguise is simple – be the first player to successfully disguise all of your sheep as wolves. Yes, you read that right – we’re talking about wooly farm animals trying to blend in with ferocious predators! But don’t let that fool you, there’s a lot more strategy involved than one might think.

Each turn, players must make tactical decisions on which actions to take – whether it’s moving their sheep, drawing new disguise cards or using special abilities. And of course, there’s always the element of chance with dice rolls that can either make or break your plans.

But what really sets Sheep in Disguise apart from other games is its unique game mechanics. The use of disguise cards not only adds a hilarious twist to the game, but also requires players to constantly adapt their strategies. And let’s not forget about the “Undercover Sheep” mechanic, where players can secretly switch sides and wreak havoc in their opponents’ plans.

Who Can Play

Now, as for the type of audience who might enjoy this game – I would say it’s perfect for anyone with a sense of humor and a love for light-hearted competition. It’s great for family game nights or even as a fun icebreaker at parties. And trust me, watching your friends’ faces as they try to figure out which sheep is actually a wolf in disguise is pure entertainment.

What Makes It Fun

But the real question is – what makes Sheep in Disguise so much fun? Well, besides the obvious laughter and friendly competition, I think it’s the element of surprise that really keeps players on their toes. Every game is different, with new strategies and alliances forming each time. And let’s be honest, there’s just something inherently funny about seeing sheep dressed up in wolf costumes.


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