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Deep Silver unleashes Goat Simulator in NA stores this July

Goat Simulator has been available as a Steam download since April 1, but this is a physical game about physical things getting physically wrecked by a very physical goat; doesn't it deserve a physical release? Deep Silver thinks so, which is why it's acquired North American distribution rights from...

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Non-violent platformer A Story About My Uncle debuts on Steam

Just when you thought Coffee Stain Studios was only capable of delivering games focused on rude livestock, the Goat Simulator publisher takes things in an entirely different direction with Gone North Games' thoughtful, gorgeous A Story About My Uncle. The game, which has just appeared on...

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Goat Simulator sees Minecraft makeover in 1.1 patch

Among the additions coming to Goat Simulator in its imminent 1.1 patch is a new aesthetic option modeled after the Cubist paradise that is Minecraft. Having noticed our borderline-obsessive fixation on Goat Simulator, designer Armin Ibrisagic sent over the handful of screenshots found in the...

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Goat Simulator 1.1 headbutts your PC on June 3

Old dogs may be a lost cause, but old goats can definitely be taught new tricks - for proof, look no further than the 1.1 update now slated to reach Goat Simulator on June 3. Though originally scheduled to launch in May, developer Coffee Stain Studios opted to delay the release of the 1.1 patch...

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First-person platformer A Story About My Uncle hits Steam this month

Developer Gone North Games has partnered with Goat Simulator creator Coffee Stain Studios to publish a Steam version of its first-person adventure game A Story About My Uncle later this month. Originally released as a freeware university project in 2012, A Story About My Uncle has since...

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Sanctum 2 postmortem talks big ideas, low console sales

When the standard challenges of game development combine with advancing a series and learning to port to consoles, it's easy to imagine how things could become overwhelming. Sanctum 2 developer Coffee Stain Studios persevered from building the sequel to its first-person-shooter tower defense...

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Goat Simulator to rampage across the UK in boxed release

The only thing more fun than a barrel full of monkeys is a box full of goats, and that's exactly what Coffee Stain Studios has planned for the citizens of the UK. Koch Media, Goat Simulator's UK publisher, broke the news this morning, saying that the physical version of the Internet's favorite...

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Goat Simulator now available for barnyard mischief on Steam

Leave it to Coffee Stain Studios to deliver totally serious news on April Fool's Day: The indie developer launches Goat Simulator on Steam today. For $9.99, PC players can raise hell as the adorably mischievous goat, scoring points by breaking items as they would in a game like Tony Hawk's Pro...

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Goat Simulator launch trailer kids around with Dead Island

Between Escape Goat 2 and Goat Simulator, wow: Goats, so hot right now. Remember that launch trailer for Dead Island from a few years back that caught so much attention? Well, prepare to never view it the same way again. Coffee Stain Studios' game is the "latest in goat simulation technology,...

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Why Goat Simulator is secretly a Hawk simulator

Getting the gist of Goat Simulator isn't that hard, even if the title conjures the image of cute, semi-evil livestock munching on a tranquil mountaintop. What we have here is a misappropriation of computational cycles – not to mention the Unreal engine – to render an obnoxious,...

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