'Goat Simulator' and 'Escape Goat' Developers Team Up For Goat-Filled Charity

June 18, 2014 - GamePolitics Staff

Goat Simulator developer Coffee Stain Studios and Escape Goat series developer MagicalTimeBean have launched an initiative to benefit charity organization Heifer International to bring animals to poverty-stricken communities in the world.

The "Games for Goats" initiative offers 12 different levels of giving, starting at $20 and reaching $1,000. Each level gives contributors Steam Keys for Escape Goat 2 and Goat Simulator, but the higher the tier the more impressive the animal sent to an impoverished community. The $500 contribution level ("Cute Goat"), for example, sends a cow to a community so it can be used to provide milk.

As for calling every animal "goats," Goat Simulator developer Armin Ibrisagic tells that charity that, "All animals are goats. Horses are goats with longer legs. Bears are goats with fur."

We won't question his logic, because it's for a good cause.

For more information on this unique promotion, check out www.heifer.org.

Source: GameSpot


 
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