Goat Simulator, the hit PC game that lets you play the part of a rampaging barnyard animal capable of donning jetpacks and riding skateboards (in addition to more conventional goat attributes), has been available for download on Steam since April. But as of this week, Mac and Linux owners can get their hooves on a full copy as well, now that the official port has exited beta. And for all those herders / hoarders of physical media out there, the game will be coming to US store shelves sometime in July for the same $9.99 price as the Steam download, with additional goats and vehicles from the 1.1 patch, according to distributor Deep Silver. All in all, it's never been a better time to be a four-legged, bearded ball of fury.
Goat Simulator hops onto Mac, Linux, and store shelves
Goat Simulator hops onto Mac, Linux, and store shelves/
Hit livestock caper game will be unleashed in US stores this summer