Untitled Goose Game

Untitled Goose game is a tongue-in-cheek puzzle game where you play a dastardly goose intent on ruining the day of the inhabitants of a sleepy English village. Play involves working out the right order of interactions and distractions to let you steal the items you need. It stands out for the unusual chance to play the baddie in a light-hearted and puzzling stealth game.




Nintendo Switch
Xbox One
PlayStation 4


Digital Nutrition
Parent-Child Co-Play
Popular Choice
Puzzle Solving
Silly Fun


Competitive Local
Co-Op Local
Co-Op Story
Co-Op Assistant Role
Player vs Enemies

As the goose, you squawk and otherwise make a nuisance of yourself to progress through the string of items you need. As you do, you slowly discover why the goose is so angry. What emerges is a web of interactions and sneaking around that only the best players will achieve.

The result is a game that's as absurd as it is fun. Kids love playing pranks on the villagers while parents can focus on the conundrum of how to get the things you need to progress. The two-player mode is a great way to enjoy the game together.

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Explore story themes

These games focus on storytelling and often have complex themes. Expect touching stories that can make your child feel strongly. Discuss the game's themes and emotions with them.

Stay engaged

Ask your child to tell you about the game, its story and the world it's set in so you can share the experience and enjoy the game together.

Support critical thinking

Talk about the story your child experiences through the game and the problems it brings up to solve. Ask them questions about the in-game world, the decisions they make and the content of the story to support their critical thinking.

Skill level age

Suggested by Family Gaming Database


Because the game offers a sandbox world to play in this can be enjoyable for really young players. They particularly enjoy the mischief you need to cause to progress the game, which can need a bit of help from an adult.

Content rating


Rated PEGI 3.


There are 25 accessibility features for
Untitled Goose Game

Balance Audio Levels
Play Without Hearing
Visual Cues for Audio Events

Holding Down Buttons Optional
Mouse and Keys
Multiple Buttons & Single Stick
Remap Buttons
Remap Mouse and Keyboard
Swap Sticks
Vibration Optional

Assisted Progress With Hints
Low Pressure
Reaction-Time Not Critical

Clear Mission Objectives

High Contrast Text
Large Clear Subtitles
Large Clear Text
Simple Minimal Reading

Audio Cues for Visual Events
Large Game Elements
Medium Contrast
Motion Sickness Friendly
No Busy Backgrounds
No Screen Shake

Data by Family Gaming Database

Game details


PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Mac

Release date

October 3, 2019, updated in 2019

No. of players

You can play with 1 to 2 players in the same room, but you can’t play it online.


Brain Game | Narrative | Sequencing

In-game purchases


More information: Family Gaming Database


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