Goat Simulator is my type of game. All the other games on this list position the player in direct opposition to physics. Learn to walk, learn to surgeify, learn to bread. And what prevents you from learning these things? Physics, of course.
But not Goat Simulator. If it wasn’t already apparent by the fact that mountain goats wall hike up sheer cliffs, then this game should make it perfectly clear: physics loves goats. It’s willing to put its hatred of game developers and humans aside to celebrate our unified adoration of them. The developers over at Coffee Stain Studios and Double Eleven were able to figure this out and harness it into a game that’s enjoyed by people of all ages.