2. Goat Simulator
Here’s a game that was purposefully created to embrace bugs and glitches that other developers actively work to stamp out. Succeeding in its humor, Goat Simulator’s uncooperative physics and open-world gameplay make it one of the strangest yet surprisingly enjoyable indie simulation games on the market. The game’s main objective isn’t really an objective at all, as you can unleash devastation and destruction upon a town.
Figuring out everything you’re allowed to do is a delight, especially when you accidentally complete a mission goal. Mission goals include everything, from pressing the same key over and over again to latching onto unwary humans with your impossibly long goat tongue. With no shortage of mods upping the game’s ridiculous nature (you can equip your goat with a jetpack and somersault through the air), Goat Simulator is an indie sim that’s a worthy addition to any Steam library.