Goat Simulator and I Am Bread Team Up for GoatBread

Many readers will be familiar with both the game where players can control a goat, and the one where they can maneuver as a piece of bread. Now, everyone can have a little bit of both – a bit of GoatBread, if you will.

Bossa Studios – known for both Surgeon Simulator 2013 and I Am Bread – are teaming up with the folks behind Goat Simulator, Coffee Stain Studios, to make themed DLC for each of their respective games. Goat Simulator will be receiving playable bread with which to muck about in the sandbox, while I Am Bread will be getting the “RAMpage mode” level, which of course is inspired by Goat Simulator. Naturally, the whole effort is being called “GoatBread,”  as previously mentioned. The above “teaser” for it shows the no-longer-forbidden love of a goat and a piece of bread.

GoatBread logo

For those who don’t know or can’t guess, Goat Simulator gives players control of a goat with a surprising amount of dexterity, and drops them into a sandbox. Goat-themed chaos ensues. I Am Bread tasks players with navigating through a domestic obstacle course as a piece of agile bread, with the ultimate goal of reaching a toaster and ascending from mere bread-hood to full toast-dom. Goat Simulator is available for $9.99 USD on Steam for Mac, Windows, and Linux PCs, while I Am Bread  is available on Mac and Windows only for $12.99 USD.

Those who already own either game will get the associated DLC for free when it is released. Anyone interested in keeping tabs on GoatBread can visit the DLC’s website, where they can sign up to be notified about the content and take in more “meaningful” video updates.

A nerd of elephantine proportions (both figuratively and literally), Connor also writes for Pxlbyte, and has recently come to realize that he is, in actuality, really bad at video games. So he writes about them instead.