Untitled Goose Game
|Untitled Goose Game|
|Platform(s)||Windows, Mac, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PS4.|
|Release date(s)||September 20, 2019|
|Genre(s)||Stealth, Puzzle, Action, Comedy|
In Untitled Goose Game, the player will play as a naughty goose, who is terrorizing a village. Developed by House House and published by Panic Inc., the game was released to PC (Epic Games) and Nintendo Switch on September 20, 2019. A multiplayer mode will be added on the multiplayer update on 9/23/20
The Goose can honk, pick up or drag objects, and interact with a number of items causing villagers to react to the Goose's naughtiness. Objectives are given the player by way of to-do lists. One objective (taking the beautiful miniature golden bell all the way home) will cause the game credits to appear, however the shenanigans continue afterwards.
The game has a progression-style element to it, where the player must accomplish a particular task (found on the to-do list) in order to unlock the next location. The Goose is free to swim the canal and explore its banks, and the first location (the Garden) is accessible via a hidden entrance (quite handy if the Goose gets locked in the Garden).
Supported languages[edit | edit source]
- Simplified Chinese
- Brazilian Portuguese
Developer[edit | edit source]
Development began in 2016 with musings about geese.
Publisher[edit | edit source]
Goose Game is published by Panic Inc., who are creating apps for Macs, iPhones, and iPads.
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
- All of the objects found on the game website can be moved about, and made to collide with one another, courtesy of Little Workshop.
- In the credits, "This game was made on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present. Sovereignty was never ceded." The Wurundjeri are indigenous descendants of the people of the Indigenous Australian nation.
- In Japanese the game is subtitled 〜いたずらガチョウがやって来た！〜, or
- Untitled Goose Game:
- Mischievous Goose is Comin'!