Ikoid’s Latest Bundle Features Color Sheep and Four Other Games for a Very Short Time!

Ikoid’s Latest Bundle Features Color Sheep and Four Other Games for a Very Short Time!

Jan 8, 2014

The Ikoid bundles are well underway at this point, to where they’re officially at their third bundle of Android games. This one, ending on January 10th, features a pair of games from Trinket Studios, the hit Color Sheep and the puzzler Orion’s Forge along with three other games. The bundle expries soon, so jump quick to get these DRM-free Android games.

Color Sheep Adds Insane Difficulty To The Gameplay

Color Sheep Adds Insane Difficulty To The Gameplay

Apr 26, 2013

Color Sheep receives an insane update by adding Junior, Normal and Insanity difficult levels, giving players three options to challenge themselves with. Junior mode moves at a much slower pace while Insanity moves much quicker with faster wolves and colors.


Color Sheep Review

Color Sheep Review

Apr 16, 2013

Sheep… whad does the word make you think of? Cuddly animal? Something to count when insomnia makes an appearance? Source of good clothing for the colder months?

How about a color-morphing defender that blasts lasers at oncoming belligerents in colored wolf’s clothing? Ha. I knew I’d make you look.

Color Sheep is a simple game that has general tower defense principles in addition to color mixing and matching. There was my sheep, Woolfson, who made home on the left of the screen. Approaching from the right were wolves of different colors and shades. The wolves wanted to eat me, and my goal was to repel them.

But colors played played a big part in this game. I had three colors controls on the screen (red, green and blue), as well as one each for brightness and darkness. As noted, the wolves came in different colors and in one of two shades, like bright green or dark green. My laser only worked on wolves that matched my current color. So, if a bright red color5wolf was coming, I had to switch to bright red by using the color buttons referenced to switch to red. Then I could blast the attacker.

Now, if we were only dealing with single color sets, the game would be fun enough. Uniquely colored wolves started appearing, and to deal with them, I had to swipe colors. For example, if a purple wolf appeared, I had to swipe through red and blue to change Woolfson to purple. All the variations led to flurries of activities that were challenging and mind-engrossing.

Since it was a color-based game, I expected the colors to stand out, and they did. The developer did a pretty nice job of making the background utilitarian enough to fit the atmosphere and yet not wreak havoc on the eyes.

I would have loved having fewer controls, but they were easy to handle, but the layout worked, even though I though the playing area was a bit cramped. I did like the Facebook sharing and leaderboard system.

Color Sheep is a fun title with more than a little potential.