Goat Simulator is a simulation game developed by Coffee Stain Studios. It was released in 2014 for Microsoft Windows, and later ported to consoles and mobile devices. It was made as a joke and was made to parody the amount of poorly made simulator games on steam.
Why it sucks:
NOTE: The game was made as a joke and was intentionally meant to be bad.
- The game gets boring and repetitive after playing for a while. Once you've unlocked all the goats and found all the secrets, it gets very boring.
- Tons of bugs and glitches. Characters often get stuck in walls, go flying for no reason, etc.
- Weird physics.
- It crashes a lot.
- There's even an achievement for crashing the game.
- bad collision detection. When you fall from a high point, sometimes you will go through the map when you land.
- Lots of outdated jokes and internet memes. Even in 2014 some of the jokes were already getting stale.
- This cost $10!
- The game itself has a disclaimer on the website saying it's broken, stupid, and unfinished.
- It's a fun time waster when you first play the game.
- It's very cheap when it goes on sale. (Buy the game when it's on sale.)
- It has DLC but it is actually quite fun and probably better than the base game.
- Crazy physics and ragdolls (If you into that sort of thing.)
The game received mix
ed reviews from both critics and gamers. Some who say that the game is good say the above redeeming qualities and them thinking it is funny. The people who hated the game say that is is unfunny, broken and overpriced, and say the only reason it got popular in the first place was because a lot of famous YouTubers like Pewdiepie and jacksepticeye, played it.