Goat firefighting in the Mojave: A video game’s answer to an emergency

A video-game goat firefighting game, in which players train goats to fight off the blazes raging around them, has made a splash in the gaming community.

In the game, players must capture the “hero” of the scene, who must then rescue his goats from burning buildings.

The game’s developers are calling the game the “Hero of the Mojaves” and said they hope the game will help people who are experiencing a loss of home, or people who just want to see what goats can do.

The developers said they originally started developing the game as a family-friendly game for kids, but they saw a need for a real-life goat rescue game.

The developers say they’ve been trying to find a publisher since releasing the game for the iPhone last year, but didn’t receive much interest from major publishers.

They said they plan to release the game on Steam later this year, and it is not expected to be a commercial success.

“We were pretty excited when we saw the amount of interest in the game.

We’ve had so many requests for the game and it’s been really fun to do the work,” said Aaron T. Hall, the developer of the game who works as a programmer and graphic designer at Kaos Games.

This is an emergency.

We’re all at the scene and we have no idea what’s going on.

It’s an emergency and we’re all in the situation.

It can be pretty intense and we can have lots of people helping us, but I think we’re getting good response from the people we’ve trained to be there and it will help us get through it.

“Hall said he decided to make the game after he realized there were no real-world examples of goats being trained for this kind of work.

He said he had been thinking about this for about a year before he decided on the project.”

We’ve been making goat rescue games for over five years now, and we’ve been working on a lot of them and we just had this idea, we just didn’t know where it would go,” he said.”

I was working on other games for the iPad, but this one I thought, ‘Hey, I can make a goat rescue video game for an iPad.’

“He said he was inspired by his own experience with the fire at the Pentagon.

I’ve always loved the idea of being able to use my goats to do something for others, and this was a chance to do that for the first time in my life,” Hall said.

He said the game is not meant to be just a game.

“This is a game where you can train goats for this real-time situation, but you can also train them to run and jump, and that’s all they can do,” he added.

While he has played the game in the past, Hall said he found it a bit too easy to get frustrated.

“It’s a pretty basic game.

You have a bunch of goats, you can only train them for this specific fire situation, and there’s a lot going on,” he explained.

“The challenge with this is that it’s not something that you’re going to be able to do in real life.”

Hall said the developers have been working to make this game realistic and realistic.

“When you have goats in the real world, there’s always something going on, and they’re trained to do things that you wouldn’t expect,” he noted.

But he said he wasn’t disappointed with the results.

“They do have a pretty good game.

They’ve had a couple of players say, ‘Yeah, I liked that,'” he said, “but I was very happy with the game overall.”

The game has a limited number of players who can play it, but that’s not a problem, because the developers said players can choose to join other teams.

The team also plans to release more goats in future, Hall added.

The Mojave Desert has a long history of wildfires.

The first was the Great Smoky Mountains Fire of 1902, which killed about 7,500 people.

Another big fire in the area occurred in 1892, which left about 6,400 people dead.

Firefighters have battled the Great Fire in the region ever since, but the flames have been far less destructive.