“I really enjoyed my time with Goats on a Bridge. The characters are great and super cute.”
Fragdoll Kimberly 'Sabre' Weigend
Three goats. Two bridges. One corgi. Zero margin of error.
Goats on a Bridge adapts the classic Norwegian fairy tale, Three Billy Goats Gruff, as an inventive new platformer that has players controlling not one, but two goats at the same time. Thatís twice the capra-control of Goat Simulator! Sadly, this has the makings of a tragic tale.
Tempo and Chubbsí poor brother has been abducted by an evil troll, and itís down to you to direct the pair as they jump, dodge and roll their way across a series of hazardous bridges to track down their lost sibling. Thereíll be bizarre collectibles, accessory-selling amphibians and even an energetic corgi to help you on your adventures. Just be sure not to let your four-legged friends plummet into the water. Thatíd really get their goat.
2 different game modes
Singleplayer, cooperative and competitive herding
10 time-based levels challenge players to secure all 3 stars
Visit the Stash to admire your recently discovered Rainbow Toast
A sophisticated frog sells bold accessories to customise your characters at the Stump
Dash Mode turns the game into a procedurally generated endless runner
Supports PlayStation and Xbox controllers
Doesn't require much RAMÖ (yeah, we went there.)
Goats On A Bridge is a really funny Indie game that you play as a goat, but in a while it gets really boring. The graphics of the game are not so good, but it is not bad if you consider it as an Indie game, in fact it makes the art style even better. The sounds are very good, but get annoying pretty fast. The gameplay is very bad in my opinion since it is really hard to control your goat and your objective requires a good control from the player. The levels get really repetitive and boring after a while, which is really bad. Overall, the developers could have done a better game, so this is why I do not recommend this to anyone, it is really expensive for what you get and really not worth your time playing it.
Buy this with a voucher and you're laughing. I don't usually buy these kind of games but I wanted to to start supporting devs. It'll keep you occupied for a short while, and can be fun to play with a friend.
Let me start off by saying that it was made by a dev team as their first game, and won the IndieGame Competition with a Judge Award.Now for the game - it reminds me of ios games - you run (however, you can stay in one spot instead of just moving to sides), jump and slide. Its not much. There is a time limit of course, you cant take forever, so its all fine. The game has decent controls, with controller and PS support. The graphics have the cute and fuzzy feeling, all fine there, and it can run on almost any machine (I had a friend test this for me). Now, the thing that I think will make it playable is the multiplayer (You can also control 2 goats at once for those with no friends, so no worries). And there are a couple of constructed levels and an randomly (from what I think) generated endless mode. You can also get cosmetic stuff, but nothing that helps you in the actual game, so that is good. Now, while the game is fine, its fun and simple but that doesn't usually mean a good thing.I have the feeling that it would get repetitive quick - but its only a 5 euros price tag, and I think that the devs will make dlc (don't quote me on this) or some sort of additional content. Its a fun game to play for a while, don't expect it to last unless you get into it. I would also like to give the devs a small, meaningless + for having no bugs in their game. Its really goat in what it does, but it doesn't do a lot. I decided to give it 7.8 (too much goat after all) rounded up, and added + for no bugs or spiders.
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