Wooly Bully is a tile laying game much like carcassonne. In Wooly Bully you lay tiles that represent different terrain. There are houses, forests, pasture and such. Each tile is double sided and you have your choice as to which tile to lay. There are four different colored sheep. At the start of the game you pick a color of sheep (by random selection) and keep your color a secret. Your goal is to put as many of your colored sheep into a pasture and fence it off. Your opponent is trying to do the same and block you at the same time (as you are doing to them). You can put a wolf in your opponents forest and then none of their sheep count. A wolf can be countered by playing a hunter. The winner of the game is the player who has the most sheep in a single field. You draw the tiles out of a cloth bag. After all the tiles are out of the bag, each player will still have some in their playing area. After the bag is emptied a player can choose to stop playing (if playing will help the other player and not themself). The first player to stop at this time gets a bonus of six points. The second player gets three bonus points and the third player gets one bonus point.
This game was a little hard to learn at first but was soon played with no problems. Overall I would recommend this game!