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Add MMO support to your game in a few easy steps, the Goat Simulator way

Goat Simulator company Coffee Stain Studios put much of the game industry to shame today, showing just how easy it is to turn your serious action game into a fully-fledged MMO.
Goat Simulator developer Coffee Stain Studios put much of the game industry to shame today, showing just how easy it is to turn your serious action game into a fully-fledged MMO. As exhibited by the studio, it's a simple case of visiting the "Game" menu in your favorite development tools, then hitting "Add MMO support." From there, you can choose specific options such as the art style, whether you want NPCs, and how long it should take players to join a game. For all the joking around, it's still rather impressive that the team has spent the last several months injecting online multiplayer into the popular game, especially when you consider that it will be available later this week as a free update.
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