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The craziness of Goat Simulator is now on Android
Some of you may be familiar with that wacky simulation game that popped up earlier this year called Goat Simulator, if not, you’ll now get to know it on Android. We mentioned it was coming just last week, and now it is here: Goat Simulator just launched in the Google Play Store for $4.99.
Before we go all crazy here, let’s recall that Goat Simulator was built as a small game jam project on top of NVIDIA PhysX and Apex game engines and technology. Many game developers, especially for Android, have chosen game engines like Unity or Unreal for their projects, so this is a great opportunity to see another approach in action. Of course, we cannot yet confirm what exact game engine, if any, is used for the Android port of this game.
The serious stuff is now complete, let’s do this! Goat Simulator is one of the zaniest games out there, and certainly plays on the stereotype of the unrealistic nature of simulation games that try to be super realistic.
The developers, Coffee Stain Studios, embrace the craziness of Goat Simulator. They plan to maintain the game, fixing any bugs that crash the game, otherwise, if you find that the physics are completely off in a given scenario, letting you stretch the goats neck or tongue to twelve feet long, or walk through walls, you should prepare to laugh it off and be sure to Twitch your findings for all to enjoy.
Seriously, this game is ludicrous, but one of the most entertaining messes you will encounter, at least this week for sure. It is a little steep at $5, but if that is reasonable for you, head on over to the Google Play Store to snag your copy.
What’s it going to be, are you up for some Goat Simulator madness?