Tiny Sheep (titled Teeny Sheep on iOS) is a brand new incremental game that’s insanely charming and completely addictive. It’s true, it’s basically Egg Inc with Sheep instead of Chicken, but from a player’s point of view, that doesn’t matter much. What matters is the ton of fun you can have playing the game. And we’re here to help make it even more fun by sharing a bunch of Tiny Sheep cheats and tips. Or Teeny Sheep cheats and tips, if you prefer the alternative spelling.

No matter how you call the game, the things you have to do are the same and our suggestions will help you build a bigger, better farm faster. So let’s not waste a single second and instead let’s check out below some Tiny Sheep tips and tricks. (Aka Teeny Sheep tips and tricks).

You don’t have to tap to keep the sheep coming
Go to the premium upgrades instead and buy at least one of the top upgrade available in the game: Hold to Clone. This means that you can simply hold your finger on the sheep button and they’ll keep coming. It’s a lot slower than tapping, but also easier to do while multitasking. Give it a try!

Don’t spend Golden Wool on boosts
You get fair amounts of Golden Wool (Premium currency) in the game for free, but don’t hurry to spend that on boosts! Instead, watch the ad to get the profits boosted for two hours. You can even watch the ad a few times to max out the bonus time.

Instead, spend the Golden Wool on Premium Upgrades. These are extremely helpful and what’s even more important is that they stick with you when you build a new Farm or even when you Prestige. Buy what you feel is best, but I would recommend getting the following Premium upgrades in this exact order:

Hold to Clone: get one or two. This makes it a lot easier to get sheep without tapping.
Fudge Profits Report: this helps you get through the Farms a bit faster.
Mega Spirit Wool: Once you Prestige, this bonus will start piling up and you’ll see the effects!

Apart from these three, if you still have extra money, you could add a few bonuses to the Silos (storage quality and/or capacity) in order to boost your earnings a bit for when you are away from the game.

Catch the birds
These fly over your farm regularly and they hold relatively big amounts of money in their packages or even Golden Wool. But even more important is the Eagle: it flies less often and it’s really fast, but it holds great treasures. Try to never miss it, since it will help tremendously in terms of income.

Upgrade Wool Type as soon as possible
Unless you are about to complete a mission that requires you to reach a certain Sheep capacity or wool value or anything similar that would be easier to complete by spending a few more minutes at your current farm, there’s absolutely no reason to delay upgrading to your next farm.

When upgrading, you start from scratch with a new farm, but the wool is better valued so you’re making a lot more money and it’s even easier to get the upgrades to make more. This is the core of the game, in the end.

Don’t forget about your Silos!
I always do, so that’s why I have to say this. One of the first things you should do when moving to a new farm is to get your second silo which gives helps you get more money when you are away. This is a must!

These would be, for now, our tips and tricks for Tiny Sheep aka Teeny Ship. If you have extra advice for fellow players, let us know by commenting below!

13 COMMENTS

  1. How do u get a load of sheep on the screen at once. i have to get 350. And also, one thing i find annoying is when you try and tap the birds but you end up going onto the buildings

    • You in essence need to crank up the “Hold to clone” under premium research.
      I basically keep the view low and zoomed out such that if I hit a shearing center instead of a bird, the menu doesn’t block that area. That way a few fast successive taps is more likely to hit the bird.

      I would (in hindsight) recommend premium upgrades in order:
      Hold to clone, research permit (from the small building on-screen) and Build Birdhouse.
      The first because of these sheep-on-screen goals, the second because the research cost for tier 8 and 9 is absurd relative to revenue so halving it does make a dent and the third because once you hit the later part of higher wool levels, the wool-revenue drops to irrelevant proportions compared to revenue from birds, so improving stork drops is more effective than anything that slightly improves wool revenue.

      I would recommend prestiging once or at most twice around transdimensional and/or quark, so the early-game gain from restarting is significant. It won’t speed up the later part of the game, so not much point doing it multiple times unless you enjoy repeating racing through the early wools.

      It’s efficient, except early on, to prioritize spending on your shearing centers rather than research, even if you have no sheep to fill them. Reason being that this has a huge impact on the value of bird drops.

      Basically you’ll find that in the later part of the game, you wool value tops out in the lower septillions (10^24) per second, while one single eagle nets for example 40 nonillion (10^30) and the cost of tier 8/9 research increases to high decillions (10^33) and even undecillion (10^36), so wool revenue is completely irrelevant at that point. Even a revenue boost with a factor 100 based on spirit wool (which requires life time earnings in the decillions) won’t make a dent in that.
      Naturally, once you get to this point and you need a large amount of eagles just to increase one research item by a meaningless amount, the game does get rather tedious, which is a shame given that the rest of the game is silly fun.

  2. It’s not just about lots of sheep. It is also about keeping them on the screen as long as possible. When you need to upgrade shearing centres, replace the centre on the right – closest to the highway – with a larger building and leave the other three full so no sheep enter. That way you have sheep on the path for the longest time possible.

  3. I have a current goal called “FARMOTH” Grow your farm by 50,000 Sheep.
    The reward is 12 spirit wool.
    I have over a million sheep right now, and the goal bar is still completely empty. Is there any way to skip this goal , or find out exactly how many sheep I really need to have to pass this goal?
    I have prestiged a couple of times, and I am on Transdimensional wool.
    My guess is that I upgraded to a higher wool before finishing this 50,000 sheep goal, and I have no idea how many sheep I need to get. Or, the goal is just broken. Somebody, please help!

  4. I believe in supporting programmers for their game and for a game like Tiny Sheep, $10 – $20 seems pretty fair.

    The cost of the Sheepy Banks for $4.45 on time of writing so i bought 3 – for this reason I played the game somewhat differently – going for the Spirit Wools instead.

    The 4 main buildings centre seem to influence the bigger bird drops so i went all out at start just to get 50k worth of Spirits for my first cash deposit and then threw them all into the Build Birdhouse Premium. It was amazing. You get almost full amount of them and the cash for the next Sheepy bank was very fast incoming because you can just pour out all the research each and every level only doing a few sheep to get the cash started.

    Once i reached the next 50k she was into the Mega Spirit Wool upgrades and they make a HUGE difference to the game.

    The final upgrades which was again super fast to attain just went into all the other sorts. You get STACKS and im not entirely sure how much i spent all up maybe 150k worth of spirit wools but again its all priorities. You don’t want to spend eternity playing these games. But for a simple click to play game – its surprisingly a lot of fun.

  5. I have reached chrononaut level. At max shearing centres and 14,000,000,000 spirit wool but not even close to being able to upgrade. Seem to have reached the end without reaching the end

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