“Meeeeh!” Sheep are marching in a sunny day. A herd of black sheep and a herd of
white sheep meet each other on the bridge form different ends. Unfortunately,
the bridge was too narrow for them to pass by each other. Can you get over the
bridge before your fellow sheep player does?
1.Each player alternatively takes turns to move his/her sheep.
2.Only one sheep can be moved in a turn (unless they are stacked).
3.The first player to move all his/her sheep across the bridge wins the game.
(See below for the detailed movement rules)
Game Set Up
1.Each player chooses a color and takes all 5 sheep meeples.
- If playing with coins, please use coins of two different sizes.
2.Each player takes a side as his/her starting position (either 1 or 2)
and places all his/her sheep on the starting position.
(The first player who moves all his/her sheep to the other end of the bridge wins the game)
3.Each player tosses all his/her sheep (or coins) to determine their status in the game.
-Standing sheep; Sleeping sheep
-If using coins, differentiate them with heads and tails.
1.If there is no other sheep in front of you sheep, you may advance the sheep one space.
2.If there is at least one sheep (of any color) of the same status in front of your sheep,
your sheep may jump over the sheep. You may jump over several sheep of the same status
if they occupy consecutive space.
3.If there is at least one sheep (of any color) of different status in front of your sheep,
your sheep may stack on top of the sheep.
4.You may move any one of your sheep within a stack, and all sheep in the stack must be moved together.
-Example A: When moving the black sleeping sheep, it may jump over the other black sleeping
sheep in front of it. And all other sheep in the same stack together will jump together.
-Example B: When moving the white sleeping sheep, it may only advance one space. And all
other sheep in the same stack will advance together.
- Black Sheep and White Sheep