Untitled Goose Game Might Happen in LEGO Form
A design recreating the game's garden has reached 10,000 supporters on the LEGO Ideas website, putting it under review to become an official set.
A design that recreates the garden from developer House House’s breakout hit, Untitled Goose Game, has reached 10,000 supporters on the LEGO Ideas website, putting it under review to become an official set.
Check out a picture of the set below and more shots of it on its LEGO Ideas page.
Though the layout of the garden itself is smaller compared to the actual game, the set design pays impressive attention to detail. The Gardener’s sun hat hangs on the shed door, the no geese sign is planted in the flower bed, and the set even includes the hole in the bushes to escape through after you take the Gardener’s keys.
And yes, the Goose does have the knife.
There’s no guarantee this set will become reality, but fans and House House are pulling for it.
Goose Lego!! Goose Lego!!!
We are very excited that this excellent GOOSE LEGO design achieved its goal of 10,000 supporters, which means now it could become a real life Lego set??Advertisement
— House House (@house_house_) January 30, 2020
This isn’t the first time fans have made efforts to transform popular video games into LEGO, even if it’s just through fan-created means and nothing more.
Released for the PC and Nintendo Switch in September, then the PS4 and Xbox One in December, Untitled Goose Game took the gaming community by storm as players spent hours inconveniencing townspeople as a fearless and unempathetic goose. The game sold a million copies three months after its initial launch, and continues to be ever present in internet humor.