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Home Sheep Home 2: A Little Epic  



Home Sheep Home 2 is on Steam, discounted until Feb 24


1:45 PM on 02.18.2014



Two years ago, Home Sheep Home 2 released on PC and iOS devices, where it received decent critical praise for its Lost Vikings-esque puzzle platformer gameplay and adorable art style. Players control Shaun the Sheep, along with his friends Timmy and Shirley, each of whom has his or her own special abilities to use in order to complete the levels and eventually find the farm.

After all this time, Home Sheep Home 2 is now on Steam, and to celebrate its release on Valve's premier digital distribution platform, it is being sold at a 20% discount, down from $9.99 to 7.99. Wool you engage in the shear joy of herding these three back home?






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