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Goat Simulator to receive a full release

Yes, Goat Simulator.

Originally created as part of a game jam, the flood of goodwill online for Coffee Stain Studios’ alpha footage of Goat Simulator has led to the title being pencilled in for a full digital release, Kotaku reports.

The Sanctum developer had originally described last week’s footage as nothing more than it playing around a bit with programming stuff”, adding that this is not our next big IP – calm yourselves journalists”.

That’s all changed now, however, with Coffee Stain saying: Okay internet you win. It looks like Goat Simulator is our next IP.

"Goat Simulator is like an old school skating game, except instead of being a skater, you’re a goat, and instead of doing tricks, you wreck stuff. It brings next-gen goat simulation to YOU. WASD to write history."

The game is currently available for pre-order at $9.99. For that, buyers get access a few days before the game’s arrival on Steam AND a Steam key when it hits Valve’s service.

Here’s a video that sort of sheds light on things:

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