You are a goat on a path of extreme destruction. The more damage you do the environment around you, the more points you get. A ridiculous game from the very outset, it even has bugs built-in, as it makes it unpredictable and hilarious.
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Pro Physics-based sandbox design allows for a ton of mayhem
Goat Simulator is a basic sandbox game where the point is to just cause as much destruction as possible. The actual physics of this sandbox are actually designed to be buggy, which can lead to plenty of ridiculous outcomes.
Pro 4 player local coop
Pro Stumbling across the many easter eggs adds a nice level of "happy accidents"
With the smattering of easter eggs hidden around the open world, it can be quite fun to try out different methods of finding them.
Pro Multi os support (Linux/Mac/Windows)
Pro Wacky freestyle parkour movement makes for a satisfying way to traverse the game
It's extremely satisfying to land that triple back-flip combo when running around the open environments of the game.
Pro Intuitive controls makes for an easy game to pick up
It does not take long to figure out the basic controls of the game. This way just about anyone can pick it up in no time, allowing themselves to enjoy the gameplay over worrying about learning difficult controls.
Con Becomes boring without buying DLCs
After exploring all there is to see in the game, it can become quite dull to the point that you will probably not play it that much anymore. There are DLCs available to extend the gameplay, though they do cost extra money.
Con You quickly run out of things to do
There is not much to do once you explore the game for a minute or two. It is mostly an open sandbox, but it can get repetitive due to how little there is for you to do.
Con Quirkiness of the game is definitely not for all audiences
Some people will take one look at this game and wonder "what's wrong with kids these days". It certainly isn't for everybody thanks to the quirky and pointless gameplay and purposefully horrible graphics