Goat Simulator Knows How To Throw A Party

Goat Simulator Knows How To Throw A Party

Yesterday I bemoaned that Goat Simulator was just a game jam game that probably won't be publicly available. Today I return with more footage that makes that reality all the more painful.

I wanna be a goat that gets rewarded for messing up the human's party. :(

Actually, I shouldn't get too sad here...it's possible that the developers might release something we can play. Speaking to Vice, Armin Ibrisagic, a PR manager at Coffee Stain Studios, said that they are "discussing what more we can do with Goat Simulator now that people have shown such an interest in it, but we don't want to promise anything...we're going to listen to people's opinions in the coming couple of days and see how it goats.”

Ibrisagic's responses to people on Twitter inquiring about the game also hint at a possible playable build for the public at some point—we'll keep you updated on what happens. For now, though, there don't seem to be concrete plans for Goat Simulator—and we'll have to settle for watching this footage.

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Original post by Patricia Hernandez on Kotaku

Goat Simulator 2014 Needs To Be A Real Thing

Goat Simulator 2014 Needs To Be A Real Thing

You can play as a ton of different things in video games—a goat is not typically one of them. That's too bad, because even getting hit by a car while playing as a goat seems like a blast judging from this video.

The ridiculous footage above comes from CoffeeStainStudios, and it's (most unfortunately) not a real game. "We're just playing around a bit with programming stuff, this is not our next big IP," they wrote on the video's YouTube description. The goat game is a part of a month-long game jam at the studio, to be specific.

If the world has a Woodcutter Simulator 2013, surely it can have a Goat Simulator 2014 too, right? The less realistic the better—I like the idea of getting more points for good crashes and ragdolls, like in this pseudo-game. Ah, one can dream!

(Via At7Addak)

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