iam8bit in collaboration with Panic and House House have announced that video game Untitled Goose Game has already released its physical editions.
The physical editions of the game are for the Nintendo switch and PlayStation 4 and will be available for purchase around the globe right now. The Lovely Edition, an iam8bit exclusive version with premium recycled materials, is now available on their official website.
Check out the official details here:
● The standard boxed edition of Untitled Goose Game (Switch $34.99; PlayStation 4 $29.99) includes: ○ Game cartridge/disc for either Switch or PlayStation 4 ○ Spring/Summer edition of the Plaza Catalogue: a 24-page retail catalogue featuring useful items and objects that a goose might enjoy collecting ○ 11″ x 17″ Village Map Poster, hand-illustrated by Melbourne-based artist and game developer, Marigold Bartlett ○ Extra sticky official “No Goose” Sticker
● The iam8bit exclusive “Lovely Edition” of Untitled Goose Game (Switch $39.99; PlayStation 4 $34.99) features all of the above collectible goodies with an environmentally friendly twist: ○ Nintendo Switch ■ 100% recyclable Outer Sheet, Booklet, and Foldout Poster ■ Sugar-Based, Non-Toxic, No-Vinyl Sticker Pack-in ■ Eco-friendly “Biolefin” shrink wrap ○ PlayStation 4 ■ Innovative eco-friendly outer packaging made of 100% post-consumer material using Non-Toxic, 0% VOC inks ■ 100% recyclable Booklet, and Foldout Poster ■ Sugar-Based, Non-Toxic, No-Vinyl Sticker Pack-in ■ Eco-friendly “Biolefin” shrink wrap
Untitled Goose Game, from Australian game developer House House, lets players become a goose-on-the-loose in an unsuspecting village. Players make their way around town, from peoples’ back gardens to the high street shops to the village green, setting up pranks, stealing hats, honking a lot, and generally ruining everyone’s day. The game now features a local two-player mode with, yes, two mischievous geese, that just launched via free update for all players on September 23rd.