Goat Simulator, which began as a bit of a joke project from developer Coffee Stain Studios, is now heading to the iPhone and iPad after a highly successful launch on the Windows, Mac and Linux platforms.
The game, which puts the player in control of a goat who just wants to wreck and crash into things and people, launched on April 1 (April Fools Day, get it?). However, even with a ton of bugs that Coffee Stain even admits to being in the game, Goat Simulator has now sold nearly one million copies in less than five months. Today, Microsoft announced that Goat Simulator will also be coming to the Xbox One console.
There's no word on when the mobile version of the game will be released but we are certainly more than ready to crash our goat on those devices soon. What do you think about Goat Simulator's upcoming launch on the iPhone and iPad?