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I know I'm a few days late and the release was actually on the 27th of June, but hey that still does not take away from the awesomeness of this game. My curiosity of what it would be like to be a goat has finally been satisfied. This game is silly and pointless, but quite a lot of fun to play. Check out some of these screenshots I took.

So what's the point of this game? You basically run around as a goat and destroy what you can. You can lick things which causes them to attach to your tongue and you can drag them around. This works especially well when you lick a human and drag them behind you to a group of other humans to freak them out.

Here's me (as a goat) with my captured human.
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Here's me and the human again, after we were ran over by a car.
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This looks painful, but I assure you, I walked away from this unscathed.
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Turns out that goats have the ability to BLOW UP CARS just by running into them.
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Somehow I got this human to ride me, so I just went with it.
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It wasn't enough to have one human, so I captured a second one.
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Finally this is me trying to ride a bike while a human is riding me, not an easy task!
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That's all for now. There are multiple areas in the game which you can travel to, it seems that any object you have licked disappears when you do that, bug or not, whatever, just find a new object! I guess the novelty of this game will wear out after a while, but right now I am having fun with it.

Goat Simulator can be downloaded from Steam here: http://store.steampo … ered.com/app/265930/.

-i

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