After a C# project to see it again on Windows 64 bits, I wrote a simple script to see it again on the webpages.
It is only a script to import, so it is really simple to implement in your page. You have to write this to see the pet walking around your page:
<head> ... <script src="https://adrianotiger.github.io/web-esheep/src/esheep.js"></script> </head> <body> ... <script> var sheep = new eSheep(); sheep.Start(); </script> </body>
Check out the demo, to see how integrate it in your webpage: https://adrianotiger.github.io/web-esheep/samples/
If you want create your animation, you can use the editor or find some other already-created animations on my webpage: ehseep.petrucci.ch
yarn to build it.
Set up build environment
yarn install --dev
Build the files in
Do you have Firefox, Chrome, Opera or Edge? Add this sheep to Google and Bing search machines over this simple Tampermonkey script: esheep.user.js
Tatsutoshi Nomura is the creator of the esheep and designed it for Fuji Television. This is only a copy, using some images found in the web.