Today, the latest expansion for Goat Simulator releases on Steam. It’s a survival game with zombies in it...that totally makes fun of other stereotypical zombie games on Steam.
In its unstoppable ascent to the upper echelons of the video game industry, weird-as-fuck indie game Goat Simulator is taking aim at the fiercest, most ubiquitous competition of all: zombie games. Watch out, Dying Light!
The "courier" is a specific type of ally minion in Dota 2: one that carries stuff to you when you're too busy fighting in lane to make that tiresome trek back to your base.
One of last year's most bizarre and surprising hits on PC was Goat Simulator, and it's coming to Xbox 360 and Xbox One next month.
In honor of the people who purchased a bajillion copies of a game that simulates goats poorly, this Thursday developer Coffee Stain Studios is releasing Goat Simulator update 1.2, AKA Goat MMO Simulator. Really.
"We actually bought all the graphical assets off the internet. I think we bought the goat for $20 dollars on the internet. It was on sale, 75 percent off." If you only read one more thing on the internet tonight, ensure it's this, on how Goat Simulator was made.
The Fine Bros. christen their new REACT channel on YouTube by taking a bunch of unsuspecting teens and putting them in front of the glorious nonsense that is Goat Simulator. Befuddlement ensues.
What if the absurdity and destruction of Goat Simulator bleed into real life? If this video is anything to go by, it would be kind of amazing.
Penguins. Whales. Jake the dog from Adventure Time. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Zoidberg. Somehow, Goat Simulator has gotten even wackier, and it's amazing.
A whole bunch of stuff, like hats and multiplayer, gets added to Goat Simulator today—all for free. While that's cool, you've gotta read how the developers, Coffee Stain Studios, are describing the update.
Patch 1.1 for Goat Simulator will add a new "goat":
To the unobservant eye, Goat Simulator is simply about destroying things and causing chaos as a goat. But there's more to it, according to the developers.
Grand Theft Auto V isn't even out for PC, and the game is already getting some very...unique takes from the modding community. Just take this one, which looks like a hybrid Frankenstein monster made of spare parts from GTA, Tokyo Jungle, and Goat Simulator:
Goats With Friends: good news, there will be DLC for Goat Simulator, including a new map, local splitscreen, new achievements, more goats and more—all dropping in May, and all free. Woo!
Goat Simulator might be one of those games that don't need any fan-made mods, being already glitchy enough—in a good way of course. Modder Dafini thought otherwise and added an angry, rampaging version of poor Shrek to the game.
How can a goat play video games? Listen, I don't know. It's better if we don't dwell on things like that, because the point is, you can play a bunch of mini games in Goat Simulator if you know where to look.
Sure, we've shown you what Goat Simulator looks like in action—but if you're on the fence about the game, perhaps it would help to read everyone's hilarious reviews on Steam?