Australian Game About Being An Arsehole Goose Looks Hilarious

An upcoming game starring a naughty goose combines stealth gameplay and puzzle solving, allowing players to cause mischief and mayhem on a small farm. It's silly fun that I never knew I wanted until I saw the trailer. 

Developed by Australian developer House House, makers of the bizarre Push Me, Pull You, an untitled game starring a goose will allow players to cause trouble as a flappy waterfowl and terrorise a hapless gardener.

In some alpha gameplay, the goose can be seen furiously honking as well as engaging in some trickery to splash the gardener with his own sprinkler.

The game doesn't have a playable demo or anything for the moment. It seems you'll have to wait until it releases in 2018 to get your fill of tactical goose-pionage action.

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    As somebody who unashamedly loves watching goose attack videos, this game speaks to me.

    How can I give them money?

    Can't wait to have a gander at this later.

      Bravo sir.

        Seems we've run a-fowl of a goldmine of bird puns...

          I'm just gonna duck out of this one... seems like a rather unpheasant conversation.

    Between this and golf story Australians must really like gooses.

      It's geese, you pelican.

        I'm curious whether it is still geese when used in reference to people being "a goose" are they being geese or are they all being goose's?

          Furthermore, if there is a group of people, are they goosing around or geesing around?

          Last edited 05/10/17 6:47 pm

            I am trying to think if it would be weird or "interesting" to be goosed by a group of people.

    Well, to be fair, gooses/geese/goosi are a holes!

    Now give me a mod where I can be a bin chicken and I'm in.

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