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  • Untitled Goose Game offers simple, memeable fun
  • Untitled Goose Game offers simple, memeable fun
    Kelly Sikkema (2019) ©
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Untitled Goose Game offers simple, memeable fun

In Untitled Goose Game, players control an annoying goose humorously tormenting a peaceful village. The indie puzzle game has gone viral thanks to a combination of charming aesthetics, serene music, and memeable moments that players are sharing far and wide.

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