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Mountain Goat Mountain

Mountain Goat Mountain (Oculus Rift)

Mountain Goat Mountain

The VR Shop - Silver Award
System: Oculus Rift
Price at Time Of Review: Free
Comfort Rating: Yellow (Mild Movement)
Genre: Arcade
Input: Gamepad
Best Playing Position: Sitting, Standing
Multi-Player: No
Age Rating: PG

Description: Mountain Goat Mountain is a fast arcade game, where you climb the highest and most treacherous mountain ever seen by a goat.

Review: The idea is simple. Get as high up the mountain as you can while avoiding falling rocks, lightning, falling logs, waterfalls, holes and anything else you can mention all trying to stop you from reaching your goal. And if that all wasn’t hard enough you have to constantly keep moving and eating grass to fill your health meter up! This is a game that you will get angry at from one time or another.

Each goat has his or her themed areas. You get to choose from no less than 34 different goats: Mountain Goat, fancy Goat, Timber Goat, Blizzard Goat, Rain Goat, Stealth Goat, Infrared Goat, Sketchy Goat, Xray Goat, Sheriff Dusty, Billy the Kid, Miner Goat, Earmuff Goat, Mountie Goat, Zynga Goat, Cool Kid, Samurai Goat, Geisha Goat, Holiday Goat, Cozy Goat, Granny Goat, VR Goat, Firefighter Goat, Blinkin’ Goat, Blockette Goat, Blocky Goat, Olympus Goat, Spartan Goat, Unicorn Goat, Atlantis Goat, Dubstep Goat, Mayan Goat, Shaman Goat and Explorer Goat. This gives the game amazing replay value and while little more than a visual makeover each one seems to make it a new game.

This is one of those little games that I would have happily paid for, but getting it for free makes it even better. Zynga have a habit of producing addictive games and this is definitely one of them. Play on your own or challenge your friends, you will have a laugh playing this game even if you get a little bored of it early on. I’m sure we can expect great things from Zynga in the world of VR, but for now this game will do rather nicely

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