Untitled Goose Game – Everything you need to know

Untitled Goose Game is a stealth puzzle game developed by House House. In the game, players control a goose and are tasked with a series of challenges to bother human characters. Published by Panic, the game was released on September 20, 2019 for Windows, macOS, and Nintendo Switch.

DevelopersHouse House
PublisherPanic
EngineUnity
PlatformsWindows, macOS, Nintendo Switch
ModeSingle-player
Genres stealth, puzzle
ReleaseSeptember 20, 2019

Who is House House?

House House is four-person indie studio, based in Melbourne, Australia. The Untitled Goose Game is House House‘s second project. Like their first project, this Goose game is supported by the government organisation Film Victoria. Their previous game, Push Me Pull You, had 2D art with flat colours.

Untitled Goose Game Gameplay

  • A horrible goose (that’s you)
  • A town full of people just trying to get on with their day (you hate them)
  • A dedicated honk button (!!!)

Set in an English village, in Untitled Goose Game, players as a goose, control a goose as they use their ability to honk, flap their wings, and grab objects with their beak to bother various human villagers. The village is split up into multiple areas, which each have a to-do list of objectives to accomplish, such as stealing certain objects or tricking humans into doing certain actions. When enough of these objectives are cleared, an additional objective is added which, once cleared, allows the goose to move onto the next area. There are also several hidden optional objectives, many of which require traversing between multiple areas.

Untitled Goose Game Reviews

Many publishers have had their reviews and scores about Untitled Goose Game and here’re the list.

SourcesScores
Game Informer7.5/10
GameSpot8/10
IGN8/10
Nintendo Life8/10
Metacritic78/100

Untitle Goose Game System Requirements

WindowsmacOS
Windows 7 +macOS 10 +

Untitle Goose Game Language Support

Goose game interface support 7 languages. They are:

  • English
  • French
  • Italian
  • German
  • Spanish
  • Japanese
  • Chinese