Goat Simulator is easily one of the most popular gaming title in the iOS kingdom, and usually retails for $4.99 on the App Store. Well, it still does, but IGN has partnered up with the game’s developer, Coffee Stain, to offer the title for absolutely free as part of a IGN’s ‘Free Game of the Month’ initiative. We help you get the game up and running on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch without spending a dime, right here.
If you haven’t played Goat Simulator before, don’t let the ‘simulator’ bit confuse you; it is anything but that. You’ll simply be taking control of a clue-less goat and cause all kinds of destruction around the town. If you’re wondering why that’s the objective, it was either that, or walking your goat around a farm.
The promo is available in over 44 countries as of this writing, and will not require an IGN registration or account, so basically it’s free for all as long as you have a working U.S. based iTunes account. If you don’t have a U.S. iTunes account, you can follow our guide here to make one: How To Create US, UK Or Any App Store / iTunes Account Anywhere In The World. So without further ado, let’s get started with downloading Goat Simulator to your iOS device for free.
Step 1: To begin, launch Safari on your device and point the browser to IGNs Promo Page here: ign.com/prime/promo/goat-simulator-free.
Step 2: You should now see a red button, reading Get Free Game. Tap it.
Step 3: A pop-up window should open displaying the promo code, which will be used for redeeming Goat Simulator from the App Store. Tap the code, which should directly redeem your copy of the game, allowing you to download it straight away.
Alternatively, if Step 3 doesn’t work for you, head over to the App Store’s redeem section and enter the promo code there. Your download should begin shortly.
For those of you who do not reside in supported countries, a simple use a free VPN/proxy app could sort out the issue in no time. Simply connect to U.S., U.K or whichever you deem fit, visit the IGN Promo page and continue as per the instructions.
It’s not clear how long the promotion will last for, with IGN stating that “All copies of this goat simulation technology are available on a first-come, first-serve basis, so be sure to visit grab your free copy ASAP” before it’s too late.
Check out the game trailer below.