Goat Simulator is a third person action video game by Coffee Stain Studios. It was released for Microsoft Windows through Steam on April 1st, 2014, and ports for Linux and Mac OS X were released on June 27th 2014. Variants for Android and iOS were released on September 17th 2014. A version ported for Xbox 360 was released on April 17th, 2015 by Double Eleven and a version for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 was released on August 11th, 2015.
In Goat Simulator, you play as a goat and you can wander around in the world, destroying things and causing mayhem. You get points in the game for doing different things like licking stuff, jumping, head-butting things and people, getting hit by a vehicle, hitting a car, hitting things, and basically pretty much anything. The game gives you many objectives, which you can complete to get more points. Overall the game is fun. Goat Simulator requirements are not very high, and players with mid-range PCs can enjoy a smooth gameplay.
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Goat Simulator was released for iOS on September 17th, 2014. The mobile release for iOS was a success and reached 100,000 downloads within 6 days of release. The Goat Simulator iOS port is pretty much identical to the original PC version. There are a few things that mobiles are unsuitable for, like multiple areas, mod support, etc. But still it’s the original game and less expensive than steam version of PC. Controls are pretty easy due to virtual keys within gameplay.
Goat Simulator was released for Android on September 17th, 2014. Android version of the game is same as the iOS version. However Android version gets more updates than iOS variant according to users. Controls are also same with provided virtual keys within gameplay. Most of the updates include new maps, new goats, improved physics, some bugs fixes, etc. Price is also same as iOS version.
A version ported of Goat Simulator was released on April 17th, 2015 by Double Eleven for Xbox 360. The Xbox 360 version of the game is developed in combination between Coffee Stain and Double Eleven, and is one of several indie games available on the Xbox 360. According to the developers the console version has many bugs and only the major ones are being fixed. Gameplay experience is same as Windows version.
Trophies in Goat Simulator game are small golden goat statues that are hidden around the map of the game. Finding Goat Simulator statues is essential to unlock many different Goat Mutations and the Try Hard Achievement.
Many statues are hidden in difficult to reach areas. Slow motion comes in handy for finding the statues. Feather Goat and Angel Goat modifiers are also helpful with difficult jumps, and activating Ragdoll Mode to dropping down and collecting any Trophies you can’t easily reach.