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Aardman to release new llama themed mobile game

Published on: 18th December 2015

Llama League will be released to celebrate the new Shaun the Sheep adventure, The Farmer’s Llamas.

aardman480Aardman has announced its official new Shaun the Sheep game Llama League which is free to download now on iOS and Android.

Llama League features new characters Hector, Fernando and Raul who are set to star in the first ever Shaun the Sheep half hour special, The Farmer’s Llamas which will be shown on BBC One on Boxing Day.

Fans can play in two different modes, either against the flock in one player mode or with friends in two player mode in a range of different environments. Players are also able to earn rewards every time they score, and can customise their kit and mix up gameplay with different balls and arenas.

Llama League producer Ben Curtis commented: “As soon as we saw the llamas we knew we wanted to create something fast and fun that really captured the comedy and eccentric movement of these new characters. The game really shows its full competitive chaos in multi-player mode. Playing with a friend doubles the fun and made play testing very entertaining.”

In October, the game was given an exclusive preview at a Royal premier screening of Shaun the Sheep: the Farmer’s Llamas at BAFTA, with special guests the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry along with families from the charities they support.

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