Goat Simulator Sales Top 2.5 million Units Worldwide - NewsWilliam D'Angelo , posted on 15 January 2015 / 6,910 Views
Goat Simulator designer Armin Ibrisagic has announced that the game has sold more than 2.5 million units worldwide. The game has sold one million units for the iOS, while the Android and PC versions make up the other 1.5 million units.
"Holy shit, Goat Simulator just reached 1 million sales on iOS. Combined with Android and PC sales, that makes a total of 2.5m copies sold!," said Ibrisagic on Twitter.
"Yeah, we can’t believe it either," Ibrisagic told GamesBeat. "It’s so amazing, though. It’s a huge morale boost at our office to know that so many people enjoy our games. This is the coolest shit ever."
Goat Simulator was released in April 2014 and was developed by Coffee Stain Studios.
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