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Welcome to the heart of the English countryside and the tradition of sheep herding. Welcome to the original and best sheep herding game iHerd - now featuring an original lottery number generator.

In this fun and addictive game you will herd, pen, chase down, wash and split flocks of sheep with your two faithful sheep dogs. Show off your score to the world with on-line high scores. Are you are the worlds greatest sheep herder?

Guided by your finger movements, your sheep dogs will shepherd the sheep into pens before their individual or flock timers run out, but only if you can get the feisty rams under control. Rams will chase your dogs and scatter your sheep.

In Littledale you will try out your basic herding skills by penning your flock in a stone circle. Guide your sheep through the gate for bonus points. Sheep penned together attract higher scores; just don't let the timers run out first!

Ribbledon requires greater skill as you guide your sheep into a pen which the little sheep are rather reluctant to go into! Can you find the hidden ram-mode on these first two levels for massive points?

Spring time has hit Foxton! The experienced herder will need to pen the ewes but keep the feisty rams out. Ram timers will need topping up from the new flocks before they must be separated again from the broody ewes.

In Luckydale we seem to have let out all 49 sheep at once. Fortunately for us, they're radio tagged. Guide 6 of them into the pen to reveal their numbers and your 6 lucky lottery numbers.

The expert herder needs to master the art of sheep dipping for the mucky sheep of Thorpley. Dirty sheep in the pen will wipe your score!

This game will have you hooked! The cute animal sound effects will keep you amused and the folk music of the Monster Ceilidh Band will keep your feet tapping while your compete against others to become the World's Greatest iHerder!

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Happy Herding,