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Goat Simulator 3 (2014) is the sequel to Goat Simulator, where you cause mayhem and destruction as a goat (or other animal) in a relatively realistic world with exaggerated physics. This game adds several new challenges and ways to play to the game, like online multiplayer and unusual mini-games. It's a celebration of strangeness and chaos that lets you wreak havoc to your heart's content.

You play a cloven-hoofed goat in an open-world action game where you steer your goat to do as much damage as possible. the original game started as a joke prototype that caught on due to its extremely silly action and developed a cult following.

The game is popular because of the bizarre, silly and overblown violent action. You head-butt the locals, ram into buildings, cause explosions, and even set off rockets. Unlike other destructible open worlds (like Lego games) here you have no set objectives, goals or busy work to attend to. The incentive is the world itself - both discovering more places to go and even sillier pranks to pull.

Goat Simulator 3 takes you to explore the vast open world of San Angora, filled to the brim with varied locales, wacky characters, mini-games and events to participate in. As you play, you unlock new types of "goat" to play as, including a striped goat (a zebra), a tall goat (giraffe), and even a goldfish. you can also find items to decorate your goat with, including toilet rolls, tea trays, and a working jetpack.

The result is a game that is as fun as it is bizarre. It's one of the experiences that kids love and parents find bewildering (which only makes kids love it more). The latest entry in the series matches the peculiar play of earlier games while adding some new twists, jokes, explosions, and of course an endless supply of goats.

Our examiner, Ben Kendall, first checked Goat Simulator 3 22 months ago. It was re-examined by Andy Robertson and updated 4 weeks ago.
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Play StylePlay Style

This is an Action and Traversal game with Fighting and Simulation elements. You can play with 1 to 4 players in the same room or as a 4-player online game. You can play by yourself or cause mayhem with up to four friends locally or online.

You can play this game in the following styles:


We haven't documented duration data for this game yet.

Age RatingsAge Ratings

Content Rating

Rated PEGI 12 for Violence and Language. The purpose of the game is for the goat to cause as much chaos and destruction as possible. This can result in violence against human characters. For example, if the goat delivers a head butt to a propane tank, it will explode and anything within the vicinity will be set alight. This will cause human and other animal characters to run or roll about, although no visible harm is seen to come to them and they continue as normal once the flames are extinguished. Similarly, characters can be hit by moving vehicles but no injuries are shown. The goat is also able to attack human characters, who scream and shout and fall to the ground. Characters who have been knocked over may scream again if trampled upon. There is use of mild bad language ('*!@?*').
Users Interact: The game enables players to interact and communicate with each other, so may expose players to language usually associated with older rated games.

Earlier Goat Simulator games in the series were rated PEGI 16 for occasional use of a sexual expletive.

Skill Level

10+ year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. Still, it's important for parents and guardians to consider the maturity required to process the game content. It's also important to ensure children understand in-game purchases and have spending limits set-up. The sheer absurdity of the game allows it to appeal to a wide range of different players.

Account Rating

  • You need be 18-years-old to to subscribe to Xbox Live Gold for online play, but can then configure family accounts for younger players to play online with Xbox Series X|S.
  • You need be 18-years-old to subscribe to PlayStation Plus for online play, but can create sub-accounts for younger players of 7-years or older to play online with PlayStation 5.


Goat Simulator 3 usually costs £3.99 to £27.24.

Goat Simulator 3

XBox Store Xbox X|S £27.24 Free

Xbox Game Pass

XBox Store PC £27.24 Free

Xbox Game Pass

Steam Store PC £24.99
PlayStation Store PS5 £24.99
Android Store Android £3.99
App Store iOS £3.99
There are the following additional costs associated with this game:
  • In-Game Purchases: Additional in-game purchases are offered for items that enhance the experience.
  • You need a subscription to play online:
    • You need to purchase a PlayStation Plus subscription to play online with PlayStation 5.
    • You need to purchase a Xbox Live Gold subscription to play online with Xbox Series X|S.
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DetailsGame Details

Release Date: 01/04/2014, updated in 2024

Out Now: Android, PC, PS5, Xbox X|S and iOS

Skill Rating: 10+ year-olds

Players: 1-4 (4 online)

Genres: Action, Traversal (Fighting and Simulation)

Accessibility: 0 features documented (Tweet Developer )

Components: 3D Third-Person, Cartoon and Open World

Developer: Coffee Stain (@Coffee_Stain)

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