Goat Simulator Released Early on iOS And Android, Download it Now

By   /   Sep 17, 2014

Surprise! Goat Simulator has been released two days earlier for iOS and Android devices. Devs at Coffee Bean Studios just couldn’t handle the long wait and have made the game available early. Originally, the game was to be released on September 18.

Goat Simulator which is now available for $4.99 was first released on Microsoft Windows via Steam on April 1, 2014. The game which was first developed as a joke soon became a hit and got some attention from a lot of fans around the world.

As the name suggests, you will be in control of a Goat, yes a Goat. The game is played in a third person view and the aim is simple, do as much damage as you can across an open world map. Players are free to explore the map, bash stuff, lick things with the goat’s tongue, jump and run around in a semi-urban setting.

Did you get the chance to play the game yet? What do you think of it? Share with us in the comments below!

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