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A Playfire Rewards 'Goat Simulator' infographic

London, UK, 28th May 2014  – Today, the world’s fastest growing digital retailer Green Man Gaming is sharing its latest infographic, crammed with crazy  Playfire Rewards stats in celebration of all things goats!

Since the release of  Goat Simulator by Coffee Stain Studios, 100% of Playfire Rewards members who own the game have been butting, flying, and licking their way through over 2 years of goating gametime!

A High-Res version of the infographic can be found on the Playfire Blog.

Coming on June 3rd, the 1.1 patch for Goat Simulator will add local splitscreen multiplayer and a whole new map. 

This FREE DLC will feature:

  • A whole new playable map, roughly the size of the old map
  • Local splitscreen multiplayer, up to four goats can play on one machine at the same time!
  • Goat wall-running and balancing on your front legs
  • The ability to ride  bicycles and skateboards, and force humans to ride you.
  • New playable goats, including Tornado Goat, Shopping Goat, Classy Goat, Repulsive Goat, and more!
  • Optimisation, achievements, and all kinds of other cool jazz.
Coffee Stain Studio's latest title  A Story About My Uncle  launches today at 18:00 UTC, and will be available to buy from Green Man Gaming.


To start earning GMG Credit by playing the games you love, join the Playfire Rewards BETA today!


For more information please contact:

Tracey McGarrigan, PR Manager

E:  tracey@greenmangaming.com   

Darren Cairns, EVP Marketing.

E:  darren.cairns@greenmangaming.com

Tel: +442071352274

About Coffee Stain Studios

Coffee Stain Studios is independent and intends to stay such. It's not a regular game developer, and will not follow the regular path of one. The goal of Coffee Stain Studios is to have a lot of fun, while making great products. The team consists of a great mix of talented, ambitious and thinking people, which is growing slow but steadily. The studio are also responsible for the Sanctum franchise with the recently released Sanctum 2 and Super Sanctum TD.

About Green Man Gaming and Playfire

Green Man Gaming, based in the heart of London, UK, is world’s fastest growing multi-platform digital retailer targeting core gamers through its unique data-driven social commerce website. Green Man Gaming continued its impressive growth in 2013, doubling both unique purchasers and revenue. Green Man Gaming currently sells over 4,500 games from over 350 publishing partners in over 185 territories worldwide, as well as offering PlayStation and Xbox consoles and accessories in the UK. 

In July 2012, Green Man Gaming acquired  Playfire, a huge and vibrant global social network of core gamers. This service allows consumers to automatically track their in-game achievements, trophies and gameplay, as well as follow other gamers’ achievements and conversations about the games they love. With its new Playfire Rewards BETA program, Green Man Gaming is incentivising gameplay and encouraging new users to earn their way to new games and content by offering credit to spend on anything on the Green Man Gaming store. To date, Green Man Gaming has given out over one million rewards, which change daily (details of which can be found on the  Playfire Blog). 

Green Man Gaming was featured in The Sunday Times Tech 100 “Ones to Watch” for 2014, and has been named as one of the 50 hottest tech companies that the UK Government want to support to IPO as part of the Future Fifty programme. Furthermore, Green Man Gaming was listed in the “Silicon Valley Comes to the UK” (SVC2UK) top 100 companies with the potential to reach £100m in revenue within three to five years.

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