The Rules of 'Untitled Goose Game' Are Simple and That's Why It's Perfect
Untitled Goose Game has been sweeping the nation since its highly anticipated release earlier this month. The game — which is now available for Nintendo Switch and PC — allows you to play an obnoxious goose who honks at townspeople and steals their belongings.
And if you're looking to purchase the newest video game phenomenon, you may have a few questions. First off, is Untitled Goose Game multiplayer? Additionally, how much does it cost? Here's absolutely everything you need to know.
Is Untitled Goose Game multiplayer? It only has one mode.
Untitled Goose Game only has single player mode, according to Gamepur, with no option to play multiplayer. So if you're a ~single lady~ or if you simply just don't like sharing, you're in luck.
But it makes total sense as to why House House didn't introduce the option to play alongside other geese. In the game, you're definitely wreaking enough havoc on your own. You absolutely do not need backup whilst terrorizing this unsuspecting town... trust me.
House House has not yet mentioned the prospect of expanding the game to multiplayer mode, nor have they publicly discussed the possibility of bringing Untitled Goose Game to other gaming systems, like PlayStation 4, Xbox, or smartphones.
So, more to come on that in the future, I suppose. Fingers crossed for an Android version.
Untitled Goose Game definitely won't break the bank.
Both Nintendo Switch and PC's versions of Untitled Goose Game cost $15. So, if you're really looking to f--k s--t up, doing so comes at a relatively low cost.
Plus, you get the chance to be a major public disturbance without the possibility of getting arrested. So that's basically priceless, if you ask me.
The instructions are quite simple.
Like I said, in the game, you're required to annoy the village people as much as possible. You'll fulfill required tasks like stealing hats, scaring small children, and trampling people's gardens, according to Los Angeles Times.
However, you also must be as sly as possible — pulling pranks isn't always easy, and as a goose, you aren't incredibly graceful. There's a bit of skill involved, so pay attention.
And luckily, the game saves automatically.
When you're done wreaking havoc for the day, you can just exit. You don't have to click a save button — the game will autosave, according to Gamepur.
And although it won't bring you back to your precise location when you log back on, it will bring you back to the general area you were in before leaving.
So that's definitely a plus, especially if saving your spot in Pokemon Red Version was an extremely traumatic event in your video game-playing childhood.
If the weight of the world is currently on your shoulders, you can revel in the fact that Untitled Goose Game is a simple pleasure (and the hero!) that everyone truly needed. Tune out everything (and everyone) while you play the day away, and prepare to ruin lives of fictitious, animated village people at a very minimal cost.
Bottom line: Untitled Goose Game is truly a blessing. Now honk away, my water-fowl lovin' friends.