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It works best as a two player cooperative game, but can be completed on your own with a computer controlled second character helping you. Play involves exploring the level and finding the to-do list which gives you four simple tasks: plant an orchard, build a barn, fix the cart and return the sheep.
As you explore and progress you discover how to grab things and interact with the world. In particular, like Moving Out, Ollie and Bollie need to cooperate to use various tools and carry heavy objects.
It's ideal for a parent and child to play together. It's super gentle, non-violent but still offers enough challenge to develop teamwork and fine motor skills. Older players may also enjoy the open challenge here, although will be a little quicker to finish.
You can play this game in the following styles:
5+ year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. Although really young children can play the game, they will need a strong curiosity to progress, and be willing to experiment. Ideal to play with a child and adult.
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You cannot adjust sound levels, your only option is music on or music off. There is no option to alter sound effect volumes or an option to turn them off.
There is no menu for controls, and no tutorials. There are occasional prompts for buttons to press, but most of the gameplay needs to be worked out by the player.
Some actions require holding a button.
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