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Larry the Squirrel’s Play Corner: Slay… Sheep with Gravity

Howdy everyone. Today we have two different games that are pretty fun and really not related in any way. They have been on my Android device for a while so I decided that I need to finish up my review of them. Enjoy

Slay by Sean O’ Connor

Name: Slay| Developer: Sean O’Connor | Category: Brain and Puzzle | Players: 1 | Version: 1.09 | Size: 8.2 MB | Price: $4.82 |

Slay is a fun strategy game from Sean O’Conner maker of WordStorm which I review a while back. The first thing most folks will probably notice is the price. It is a bit higher than most games but there are no ads and there are over 460 levels at 4 different difficulty settings; thus there is plenty of game play. There are some general settings in the game and a general tutorial to help you out.

The object of the game is to take over the island. The island is divided up between the six players, and you must try to capture your enemies’ land and link up your own territories to create larger and stronger ones. As your territory grows, your troops will develop and become stronger; going from peasants to knights and barons. It took me playing a while to get the hang of the game. The islands are quite large so these are not quick games. There is a minimap in the top corner of the screen to give you an overview, plus you can swipe and pitch to zoom on the main map. If you are looking for a challenging strategy game, see if you can slay your enemies and take over the islands.

Gravity Sheep by Overflow Studio

Name: Gravity Sheep| Developer: Overflow Studio | Category: Brain and Puzzle | Players: 1 | Version: 1.3.9 | Size: 16 MB | Price: Free / $1.97

So what is a squirrel doing talking about sheep? Well the sheep need to eat the mushrooms, and your job is to help them get them. This is a physics based game. You will need to roll the sheep to the mushroom by touching the screen. Now the sheep and mushrooms are on boards and if you need to, you can draw a line to create a way for the sheep to go from one board to another.

The game is divided into 3 worlds with 15 levels in each. There is a paid version of the game but I am not sure what the difference between the two are. The game is pretty fun and if you enjoy physics based games you should enjoy Gravity Sheep. The developer says more levels are coming we will see. Overall the game is not too hard to learn and the sheep are kinda cute.

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