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Release Date: Jan 14, 2016

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You've crashed into people's windows with a jetpack, you've hit level 101 in the Goat MMO Simulator, you've survived the zombie apocalypse. How do you even top that?

Introducing Goat Simulator: PAYDAY, the latest in goat simulation technology. Being a goat has never been this realistic.

  • Beat people up and take their money - use your goat crew to smash & grab, then blast away all your money at Mahatma Gambling, the Indian casino - just like in that Al Cappuccino movie
  • PRANKNET - The static contract database lets goats pick and choose from available jobs by connecting with local contacts such as Vlad the Crimean, and you get to run his errands
  • Buy things - use your easy-earned cash to buy different things. Mostly masks. Okay only masks.
  • More masks - because obviously we haven’t been clear enough. You can even wear that mask with the American flag on it, whatever that character is called i don’t know, i just write the damn text
  • FOUR AWESOME GOATS, seriously these guys are like they’re from an Al Pancake movie
  • Be a camel, or even a dolphin in a wheelchair, there are no limits here (except the 4 playable goats)
  • Unlock new, even dumber stuff. Because this is friggin’ Goat Simulator.

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP (SP3), Windows Vista (SP2), Windows 7, Windows 8
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz Dual Core Processor
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader Model 3.0, 256 MB VRAM
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c-compatible, 16-bit
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7 or 8
    • Processor: QuadCore 2.0 GHz +
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9.0c-compatible, SM 3.0-compatible, 512MB VRAM+; NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTS or better
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c-compatible, 16-bit
    Minimum:
    • OS: OS X 10.7
    • Processor: 1,4 GHz Intel i5, 2.0 GHz Dual Core
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4000
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: OS X 10.8
    • Processor: 2 GHz Intel i5 Processor
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 5000
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: 2013 models or better
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz Dual Core Processor
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader Model 3.0, 256 MB VRAM
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: We recommend using proprietary NVIDIA/AMD drivers
    Recommended:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz Quad Core Processor
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader Model 3.0, 512 MB VRAM
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: We recommend using proprietary NVIDIA/AMD drivers
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YaruSaru
Posted: August 29
Today I learned dolphins in wheelchairs can go to the moon and crash the game trying to swim back to earth.

10/10
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SMILE!
Posted: August 23
I cant start it :(
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MisterGames231
Posted: August 16
I DONT NEED TO EXPLAIN THIS SH*** HOW IS AWESOME
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Belphegore
Posted: August 16
PAYDAY is the third installment of DLC (second that is paid) for the base game Goat Simulator. The DLC is themed after a game of the same name, Payday and Payday 2 are both multiplayer heist titles that have been well known to crossover with other games from time to time; that time has now come for the goat. This review is going to cover just this DLC itself, if you want to know more about Goat Simulator, please check out my review of the main game.

New to the physics-challenged world of Goat Simulator is a driving mechanic; yes, that's right, you can steal and drive any car of your choosing. New as well is the ability to control four different characters individually, and three of these four characters are not actually goats; Valentino Salami the Flamingo, Dolph Spaghetti the Dolphin, Humphrey Ciabatta the Camel, and of course Don Pastrami the Ram. Each one comes with their own special ability, flying and mind control, a wheelchair that raises, lowers, and rolls up and down any wall, a spit-stream spray, and headbutting, all respectively. Of course, this is a spin-off of the typical gameplay of Payday, where you have a team of four people controlling four different characters, all of whom have different abilities that will be required to complete heists.

The map isn't overly large, but it is a good medium size; you should have no problem getting used to it and you will find your way around more quickly and easily than the other maps from Goat Simulator. However, there are only a few missions, called "pranks" in this expansion, that will require the use of more than one animal. In my playthrough, I found very little use for the Camel, and I primarily stuck to using the Dolphin and Flamingo as they made doing everything incredibly easy, too easy really, but still enjoyable nonetheless. I should also mention that there are a few mutators that do end up getting added to your base list for use in both the main game and other content once you've completed all of the pranks and achievements.

You can access the 13 included pranks via the BAAA machine. They're pretty funny, and include drilling through three vault doors to steal a grilled cheese sandwich, turning garbage into burgers and feeding them to people, and even rescuing little kitties which results in you becoming stricken with the "catified" mutator, which keeps sprouting pictures of cats onto your screen until you restart the game. Completing one of the pranks even sends you to the moon, and one will also have you framing one of the four guys from Payday as they're in the middle of robbing a bank. Every prank is repeatable, and you gain money from completing them, which you can then spend on purchasing masks that don't actually do anything.

Even though the PAYDAY DLC for Goat Simulator is rather short, the time that will be spent with it is greatly enjoyable; I cleared all of the pranks and achievements in roughly 3-4 hours. After you've done everything that is pre-designed for you to do, there's not much else other than wandering around and reeking havoc, but that can be done in any of the other DLC and also the main game. Even if you're not a fan of the Payday series, this DLC does introduce two new elements that were unavailable in any prior DLC, or the base game; non-goat playable characters with special abilities, and driving mechanics. If you enjoy Goat Simulator, you're going to love this DLC.

Rating: 4.0/5.0 - Excellent, highly worth playing.
Belphegore's Hell House Reviews (Group)
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Spirit of Madness
Posted: August 14
I love Goat Simulator :D
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S3TH_Bot
Posted: August 14
I dontkonow how to install it. it says in my dlc bar that i have it but it isnt installed. help plz?
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Stefneh
Posted: August 13
Something a bit different I guess!

Up until this point the devs seemed to focus more on mocking trending genres in the gaming industry, but this time around they seemed to have partnered up with the makers of PAYDAY to bring us something a little more specific to take the ♥♥♥♥ out of.

I absolutely loved the trailer for this one, I found it quite amusing.

This time around you play as four different characters; Humphrey Ciabatta (The Camel), Dolph Spaghetti (The Dolphin), Don Pastrami (The Enforcer) and Pilgor (The Regular Goat). The names of which I even found amusing.

Each character has different abilities and are good for different things. You play them all simultaneously, in a new map for you to explore. The characters are fun to mess around with, you have a mission list to complete and a list of achievements to go for if you so wish.

The game is just is silly as ever, nothing has changed in that respect. I especially enjoy the hidden little references in this game as a whole, as it gives it a bit of character.

I’ve enjoyed it throughout so far, as I’ve been playing it in stages, 100%ing each bit along the way.

Not really being that big of a fan of the PAYDAY franchise I didn’t really expect this one to be that great but I was wrong. It didn’t feel as long as the others but it was still fun. It was quite a while since the last time I played for the GoatZ DLC and it was a nice map to get back into the game on.

All in all, worth while DLC in my opinion. If you enjoy the game in general or quite like the PAYDAY games it may be worth a look. More silly goat tomfoolery.


TL;DR : More goats. Masked goats. Mysterious goats.
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BlazerPlaysMine
Posted: August 10
how do i use the dlc
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Running-Target
Posted: August 10
Goat Simulator: PAYDAY is a DLC for Goat Simulator which is Joke game that simulates you playing a Goat. You can butt, kick and lick many things in the map, and you can run, jump and lay down as movements. It has several things that you can ride also. It is a physics sandbox map game, where you go to explore, manipulate and destroy objects. Has Steam achievements, some easy, some hidden and some hard. Very funny game, but has No story or dialog. Simillar to a certain Skateboarding game, where you get score for doing tricks and destroying stuff. Will be buggy, lots of clipping objects and getting stuck. Has Steam workshop with mods available.

Goat Simulator: PAYDAY adds the parodying of the criminal action RPGs genre and PAYDAY especially. You can change your goat to several other animals. It adds some story and dialog, with quests to do. Several other vehicles for you to ride.

Buy it for a good laugh and to goof off for a few hours, but make sure you get it on Sale. I recommend the Goty Bundle on Sale, which has a DLC Soundtrack and 4 DLC that add a new themepark to play on, that parody some other popular game themes and adds reasons to play Goat sim for a couple hours each. Makes a good gift game.

For more info:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--LBSm-BL6Y

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMzZ5aQOK9g

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LFxWbvXFUY

http://www.ign.com/articles/2014/04/01/goat-simulator-review

http://www.metacritic.com/game/pc/goat-simulator
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obrien8727
Posted: August 9
how do i go on goat simulator its not showing
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
Posted: August 13
Something a bit different I guess!

Up until this point the devs seemed to focus more on mocking trending genres in the gaming industry, but this time around they seemed to have partnered up with the makers of PAYDAY to bring us something a little more specific to take the ♥♥♥♥ out of.

I absolutely loved the trailer for this one, I found it quite amusing.

This time around you play as four different characters; Humphrey Ciabatta (The Camel), Dolph Spaghetti (The Dolphin), Don Pastrami (The Enforcer) and Pilgor (The Regular Goat). The names of which I even found amusing.

Each character has different abilities and are good for different things. You play them all simultaneously, in a new map for you to explore. The characters are fun to mess around with, you have a mission list to complete and a list of achievements to go for if you so wish.

The game is just is silly as ever, nothing has changed in that respect. I especially enjoy the hidden little references in this game as a whole, as it gives it a bit of character.

I’ve enjoyed it throughout so far, as I’ve been playing it in stages, 100%ing each bit along the way.

Not really being that big of a fan of the PAYDAY franchise I didn’t really expect this one to be that great but I was wrong. It didn’t feel as long as the others but it was still fun. It was quite a while since the last time I played for the GoatZ DLC and it was a nice map to get back into the game on.

All in all, worth while DLC in my opinion. If you enjoy the game in general or quite like the PAYDAY games it may be worth a look. More silly goat tomfoolery.


TL;DR : More goats. Masked goats. Mysterious goats.
Was this review helpful? Yes No Funny
3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: August 16
PAYDAY is the third installment of DLC (second that is paid) for the base game Goat Simulator. The DLC is themed after a game of the same name, Payday and Payday 2 are both multiplayer heist titles that have been well known to crossover with other games from time to time; that time has now come for the goat. This review is going to cover just this DLC itself, if you want to know more about Goat Simulator, please check out my review of the main game.

New to the physics-challenged world of Goat Simulator is a driving mechanic; yes, that's right, you can steal and drive any car of your choosing. New as well is the ability to control four different characters individually, and three of these four characters are not actually goats; Valentino Salami the Flamingo, Dolph Spaghetti the Dolphin, Humphrey Ciabatta the Camel, and of course Don Pastrami the Ram. Each one comes with their own special ability, flying and mind control, a wheelchair that raises, lowers, and rolls up and down any wall, a spit-stream spray, and headbutting, all respectively. Of course, this is a spin-off of the typical gameplay of Payday, where you have a team of four people controlling four different characters, all of whom have different abilities that will be required to complete heists.

The map isn't overly large, but it is a good medium size; you should have no problem getting used to it and you will find your way around more quickly and easily than the other maps from Goat Simulator. However, there are only a few missions, called "pranks" in this expansion, that will require the use of more than one animal. In my playthrough, I found very little use for the Camel, and I primarily stuck to using the Dolphin and Flamingo as they made doing everything incredibly easy, too easy really, but still enjoyable nonetheless. I should also mention that there are a few mutators that do end up getting added to your base list for use in both the main game and other content once you've completed all of the pranks and achievements.

You can access the 13 included pranks via the BAAA machine. They're pretty funny, and include drilling through three vault doors to steal a grilled cheese sandwich, turning garbage into burgers and feeding them to people, and even rescuing little kitties which results in you becoming stricken with the "catified" mutator, which keeps sprouting pictures of cats onto your screen until you restart the game. Completing one of the pranks even sends you to the moon, and one will also have you framing one of the four guys from Payday as they're in the middle of robbing a bank. Every prank is repeatable, and you gain money from completing them, which you can then spend on purchasing masks that don't actually do anything.

Even though the PAYDAY DLC for Goat Simulator is rather short, the time that will be spent with it is greatly enjoyable; I cleared all of the pranks and achievements in roughly 3-4 hours. After you've done everything that is pre-designed for you to do, there's not much else other than wandering around and reeking havoc, but that can be done in any of the other DLC and also the main game. Even if you're not a fan of the Payday series, this DLC does introduce two new elements that were unavailable in any prior DLC, or the base game; non-goat playable characters with special abilities, and driving mechanics. If you enjoy Goat Simulator, you're going to love this DLC.

Rating: 4.0/5.0 - Excellent, highly worth playing.
Belphegore's Hell House Reviews (Group)
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
Posted: August 10
Goat Simulator: PAYDAY is a DLC for Goat Simulator which is Joke game that simulates you playing a Goat. You can butt, kick and lick many things in the map, and you can run, jump and lay down as movements. It has several things that you can ride also. It is a physics sandbox map game, where you go to explore, manipulate and destroy objects. Has Steam achievements, some easy, some hidden and some hard. Very funny game, but has No story or dialog. Simillar to a certain Skateboarding game, where you get score for doing tricks and destroying stuff. Will be buggy, lots of clipping objects and getting stuck. Has Steam workshop with mods available.

Goat Simulator: PAYDAY adds the parodying of the criminal action RPGs genre and PAYDAY especially. You can change your goat to several other animals. It adds some story and dialog, with quests to do. Several other vehicles for you to ride.

Buy it for a good laugh and to goof off for a few hours, but make sure you get it on Sale. I recommend the Goty Bundle on Sale, which has a DLC Soundtrack and 4 DLC that add a new themepark to play on, that parody some other popular game themes and adds reasons to play Goat sim for a couple hours each. Makes a good gift game.

For more info:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--LBSm-BL6Y

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMzZ5aQOK9g

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-LFxWbvXFUY

http://www.ign.com/articles/2014/04/01/goat-simulator-review

http://www.metacritic.com/game/pc/goat-simulator
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: August 14
I dontkonow how to install it. it says in my dlc bar that i have it but it isnt installed. help plz?
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: August 8
Goat Simulator: PAYDAY is the 3rd DLC released for Goat Simulator. This time, the developers decided to poke fun at, and improve on, the extremely popular online game PAYDAY. With this DLC comes a new map to explore, multiple characters to play as, some Rocket League on the side, and a whole lot of destructive mischief.

Pros:
-New concept of playing as 5 interchangeble characters is awesome, expands the freedom of the game and heightens exploration of the map
-PAYDAY concept is cool, as there is machines at which you can purchase and equip masks ('cause you know, everyone loves masks) and accept ridiculous missions to complete
-You can arrest the police in this game. Finally governmental corruption becomes a thing of the past.
-You can drive in this DLC, and there is a wide range of generic vehicles to choose from

Cons:
-Achievements in this DLC were a little buggy to me, as I had to do certain things two to three times before the achievement would unlock

This is yet another great addition to the Goat Simulator universe, and fans of the game will love this DLC.

8/10
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
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Posted: August 14
I love Goat Simulator :D
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1,004 of 1,112 people (90%) found this review helpful
552 people found this review funny
Recommended
Posted: January 14
Well at least there's no micro-transactions.
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419 of 512 people (82%) found this review helpful
213 people found this review funny
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Posted: January 14
Great DLC worth full price, this is basically what Payday 2 should've been.
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295 of 356 people (83%) found this review helpful
115 people found this review funny
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Posted: January 15
No weapon skins, no useless DLCs. Splendid work!
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172 of 196 people (88%) found this review helpful
139 people found this review funny
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Posted: January 17
Every DLC gets more detailed and has more features then the last.

Soon we we'll get GTA (goat theft auto).
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