The lack of rules and quests is one of the main features of the game, and all players have to do is "do as they please".
2.Bugs are also fun
Developed on the Unreal engine, the game is deliberately not optimised, leaving a lot of bugs, but they are part of the fun of the game.
The game is open-ended, with a list of achievement-like challenges that are designed to help players understand and play the game better and to give them ideas for new ways to play, but this open-ended gameplay is not necessarily suitable for all players.
In this game the player controls a goat in a series of destruction activities. The goat destroys everything in your field of vision and you get points for that. If you follow up your destruction with stunts such as backflips and 360 degree turns, you'll score more points.
Goat Simulator is a spoof action simulation game from Coffee Stain Studio featuring, as the title implies, a goat with no sense of humour and no brains, who lives and dies all day long. The game takes control of the goat as it ventures through a simulated world, exploring and, most importantly, letting it "die" and seek death in a variety of ways.