We've seen so many games make their way from iOS to home consoles and PC, it's about time our iPads and iPhones started to suck in titles from elsewhere, and that's just what they're doing. Both the hilariously offbeat Goat Simulator and the tear-jerking war story Valiant Hearts are headed to an iOS device near you.
Valiant Hearts is a 2D puzzle game that tells a very gritty, emotional story of a soldier's journey during World War I. The game was launched on home consoles as well as PC for $15, but the game is reportedly being completely reworked to fit the control scheme of iOS.
Goat Simulator originally gained attention as a joke from developer Coffee Stain Studios. The "game" was originally built to test the team's physics engine, but after a video of the hilarious concept went viral the company decided to build it into a full game.
Both titles have been fan favorites this year, so it's no surprise their respective developers have seen iOS as a fantastic way to grow their audiences. Valiant Hearts is slated to hit the App Store on September 4, while Goat Simulator has yet to receive a launch date for its iOS release.