Untitled Goose Game
Summary: Untitled Goose Game is a charming and funny stealth puzzler that's bursting with personality.
Silly Stealth Action
Untitled Goose Game is the ultimate silly stealth game that will have you laughing as you terrorise a local town with anti-social goose behaviour.
Charming & Unique
From its colourful visuals through to the ways in which you can torment local villagers, Untitled Goose Game is one of the most charming and unique games of this generation.
Can Become Repetitive
Untitled Goose Game's premise can fall a little flat after repeated hours of play.
Top Critic Average
Hilarious, bursting with charm, and satisfying to play. Untitled Goose Game is a winger.
Slapstick gaming at its silliest, Untitled Goose Game delivers brilliantly on its premise.
Untitled Goose Game is a brief but endlessly charming adventure that had me laughing, smiling, and eagerly honking the whole way through.
Completely charming and wonderfully presented stealth puzzle game, that turns a horrible goose into one of the year's most endearing video game stars.
Untitled Goose Game leans into its lighthearted, silly elements, providing plenty of chuckles and capturing the joy of figuring out how to mess with people
The magic, when it really materializes, is punctuating a perfectly executed stealth maneuver with a quack.
A short but sweet game about causing as much mischief and upset as you can.
I don’t see Untitled Goose Game being as replayable as close genre relatives like (bear with me on this one) the Hitman series of stealth sandbox games. But I also don’t think it needs to be.
Untitled Goose Game is a game about being a bully, but an adorable one. As a pesky goose, you honk, waddle, and drive human beings nuts—I assume as real-life geese do. The occasional frustrating task barely holds back Untitled Goose Game when it's at its best: where you're setting up elaborate (or not) situations to annoy people and ruin their day.
It may be brief, but Untitled Goose Game is worth taking a gander at. With its clever puzzle structure, charming art direction, and a soundtrack rife with Gershwin influence, it's an absolutely grand way to spend an afternoon.