24 October 2014
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. That’s twice the capra-control of Goat Simulator! Sadly, this has the makings of a tragic tale. Tempo and Chubbs’ poor brother has been abducted by an evil troll, and it’s 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. There’ll 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. That’d really get their goat.
Cabygon games is comprised of three friends who came together at the last minute to enter the 2014 Indie Game Maker Contest. Prior to the RPG Maker-hosted competition, two of the team had just graduated from their studies whilst the other was working full time for IAHgames as a project executive. Goats on a Bridge is their debut game.
- 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 RAM… (yeah, we went there.)
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