Goat Simulator Trophy Guide. Difficulty: * A third-person open-world where you control a goat and interact with the environment to do as much damage as possible. With the exception of one trophy, the Platinum is both quick and easy.
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Goat Simulator is a third-person open-world suburban setting where players control a goat performing as much damage as possible. The player-goat can run, jump, strike objects, and lick things in order to drag it around. The environment contains features that allow the goat to perform stunts, such as throwing the goat through the air by large fans, or bouncing on trampolines.
Goat Simulator received widely mixed reviews with an average score of 60%, praised by some for its humorous spoof of simulation games and overall fun, though criticized by others for being amateurish and boring.
Since the game is open-world, there are no missable trophies. With the exception of The Flapmaster trophy which can be rather frustrating, the majority of the trophies are quick and easy to unlock. Expect roughly 5 hours of gameplay for the Platinum.
NOTE: The Trophies on the PS3 have a separate list from those on the PS4. Also, only the PS4 version includes DLC trophies.
Since the game is open-world, no roadmap is really necessary. However, it makes things easier if you divide your trophy hunting into the two worlds: GoatVille and Goat City Bay.
We recommend heading first into GoatVille and acquiring all the trophies before moving onto the next area. You can start by doing nothing for five minutes, which will unlock the Angel Goat trophy. After that, first work on unlocking all the miscellaneous trophies that can only be done in GoatVille. During this time, if you happen to run into any golden goat statues, grab them.
Once that's finished, finish finding the remaining golden goat statues in GoatVille for the Try Hard trophy.
After that, head into Goat City Bay and repeat the process. Start by going after the miscellaneous trophies while picking up any golden goat statues you come across. Once the miscellaneous trophies are done, finish finding the remaining statues for the I Freaking Love Goats trophy.
You may wish to save The Flapmaster trophy for last, as this is by far the most challenging and time-consuming. You'll need to score 10 points in Flappy Goat, which is a game within the game. This can easily take up 30-40 minutes of your time as you try over and over. Just be patient, and you'll get it.
Remember to check out the Goat Simulator trophy guide links under our Links page to see what trophies you need and their requirements.
Solstice has a great Trophy Guide here:
And a detailed Trophy Guide by Vettes:
And StrickenBiged has a useful Trophy Guide here:
Here is a Collectibles Guide on IGN:
And a Collectibles Guide by Ferry Groenendijk:
A video demonstration of The Flapmaster trophy, by TehNewParalyzer:
And another video demonstration of The Flapmaster trophy, this one by Gloves Off Games:
A video demonstration of the Boulder Of Death trophy, by Jay'R:
And a video demonstration of the A Story About My Goat trophy, by Jay'R:
Finally, here's a basic Trophy List: