The country of La Guerre des Moutons (the war of sheep) is full of fields and forests. There are sheep in the fields and wolves and hunters in the forests. Each player tries to make the largest pens with his own sheep inside by placing his own tiles.
You can easily close small pens, or you can be ambitious and try to build large farms... but if you cannot enclose the fields, your sheep are likely to be eaten by the big bad wolves roaming in the nearby forests. Each player's animal is secret at the beginning of the game, but the soonest you reveal it, the more points you get.
"I highly recommend Wooly Bully, it is great for families and as a gateway game. It's a light game, with some surprising strategic depth to it. " - BGG user Caitlyn Paget
"I definitely prefer Wooly Bully over Carcassonne, as I hated the luck factor in the other game. Wooly Bully, even with its imperfect mechanics, still plays well for my group and has enough strategy and interaction to be interesting over the course of several rounds." - BGG user Murray C
" works great with new players because of it's simple content and it's great for people who want a game that can be played without thinking too much and still can be fun" - BGG user Alexandre Lopes
|Designer||Philippe des Pallières|
|Number of Players||2-4|
|Official Recommended Age||7 years and above|
|Users' Recommended Age||6 years and above|
|Playing Time||30 minutes|