Untitled Goose Game
Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots
About this game
Developer: House House
Content Rating: Everyone
Untitled Goose Game combines sandbox-style simulation with slapstick-style shtick and lets players loose on a sleepy village. Make your way around town, from the village green to the high street shops, setting up pranks, stealing hats, and generally ruining everyone’s day.
Critic Reviews38 Reviews
Untitled Goose Game is a great concept, and ends in the same charming way it started. Pranking people is fun, and doing it as a goose just adds to the thrill. Most people will play it for the silly premise, complete it in a few hours, and go on their merry way without touching it again. If you just want to mess with people as a goose, here’s your chance – but the shallowness and repetition hold it back from being a truly engaging game.
Even if it was only for a short time, I got to live the carefree life of a goose, ready to mess with everyone I saw. It was a fun experience that I can see myself sharing with others to observe how they would bother the game’s townsfolk. Had it been any longer, it may have overstayed its welcome, but as it stands, it’s a short and sweet romp with clever puzzles and amazing attention to detail. And it’s got a stupid little goose that ruins everyone’s day. There’s nothing more I could ask for in something called Untitled Goose Game.
Almost everything that’s wrong with Untitled Goose Game – and to be fair, there isn’t that much – is inherently wrong with the stealth genre in general, and a silly game about a goose wrecking someone’s flower beds was never likely to change that. But what it does do, over and above other stealth games, is combine charming visuals and glorious audio with such a ridiculous and unique premise, it’s impossible not to honk through this one with a massive smile on your face.