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Goat Simulator MMO Simulator Now Available on Android and iOS

Sep 23, 2015

Thanks to Steam’s Greenlight program, we have been blessed to see a lot of weird games being released, even though they are not nearly ready or even playable. However, among all the garbage, you will occasionally be able to find gems. Goat Simulator is one of those gems and quickly became very popular on Steam. It seems like the game developers also gave out free copies to famous You Tubers, which of course boosted the amount of sales.

Due to the popularity of Goat Simulator, the game developers at Coffee Stain Studios decided it is time to launch this gem of a game on both Android and iOS devices, calling it Goat Simulator MMO Simulator. The game is supported by many devices, going all the way back to the iPhone 4S and has a price tag of $4,99.

What is Goat Simulator MMO Simulator all about?


As the name already suggests, in Goat Simulator MMO Simulator you play as a goat, yes that is correct, you play as a farm animal in this game. However, this goat is not an ordinary goat, because his mission is to cause a lot of damage, battle evil monsters, perform amazing magic tricks, and hunt exotic animals and successfully complete quests.

Now, this sounds really random, doesn’t it? Well, let’s just say that the developers have done this on purpose, and it worked. In Goat Simulator MMO Simulator, you get thrown into a world where goats are nothing but simple farm animals. However, the goat that you are playing as thinks differently about the world. You quickly wander off from the herd and start your own life, in pursuit of total mayhem and happiness.

When you first start playing Goat Simulator MMO Simulator, you can choose between five different classes, which are Warrior, Rouge, Magician, Hunter and Microwave. Yes, you have read that correctly, you can become a Microwave in the game. Once you have selected your class, you can start completing dozens of available quests, level up your goat character and become the most powerful goat in the whole world.

Is Goat Simulator MMO Simulator worth the $4,99 price tag?


Initially, I never imagined myself playing Goat Simulator at all. It just didn’t fit my overall taste in games after reading the game description. However, I can honestly say that I was very happy with my purchase of Goat Simulator on Steam, especially because of the fact that the game is so random. The disclaimer on the Steam page states that Goat Simulator is a completely stupid game, and that you should probably spend your money on something else.

I haven’t played Goat Simulator MMO Simulator personally yet, but apparently it has the same game features as the PC version of the game. Next to the funny and random game description, it also features a very funny and random gameplay. For example, you can play as a Magician goat and perform magic tricks and spells, causing damage to buildings etc. For some reason, there are also elves and dwarves in the game. Talk about random!

In Goat Simulator MMO Simulator, you start as a regular goat, with regular goat-behavior, such as eating grass and screaming loudly. Whenever you are tired of this lifestyle, you transform into the character class that you have chosen, and start your adventure from there on out. You can walk around in nature and complete cities, accept quests and successfully complete them and level up your goat character and make him more powerful.

Next to the regular features, Goat Simulator MMO Simulator also features pretty amazing graphics and animations. It definitely looks like Coffee Stain Studios has done their best to bring the same random experience to mobile devices, without compromising on the amount of features and the quality of the graphics. Goat Simulator MMO Simulator is definitely not meant for everyone, especially if you do not like randomness. However, I believe that the price tag of $4,99 is justified and I am definitely looking forward to playing this game.

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Sinan Yildiz
Sinan Yildiz is a Freelance Reviews Writer at AppInformers and enjoys writing about games and apps way more than he should. He is passionate about technology, likes to develop websites as a hobby and is a PC gaming fanatic. He dreams of being a video game writer and seeing his work in AAA games one day.