Untitled Goose Game
stole gamer hearts when it was released in 2019. But what if the horrible goose became a LEGO set? One user-created LEGO set submission on the Lego Ideas page could make that a reality.The LEGO Ideas site is an official platform where LEGO creators can submit custom sets that users can then vote on. If enough people support a project, it has a chance to become a real LEGO retail set.
One user named A Fellow Player created a custom LEGO set based on Untitled Goose Game and it seems to have struck a chord with fans. The Untitled LEGO set was chosen by the LEGO Ideas Team as a staff pick, which doesn’t fast track the project towards reality, but shows that it has editorial support from those who work at LEGO Ideas.
The project has already reached 1,000 supporters
, but it will need 10,000 total to be officially approved for review by LEGO. The toy company reserves the right to reject Idea submissions for a variety of reasons such as if it’s based on existing IP, or if the project requires too many custom brick molds.
The Untitled Goose Game LEGO set still needs 9,000 more supporters on its LEGO Ideas page to even be considered for review. But considering how delightful the set and the game is, it should strike a chord with fans of the horrible goose.We reached out to the developer House House for its take on the LEGO set.
IGN reviewed Untitled Goose Game when it was released last year and was delighted by its whimsy. IGN also happened to discover what Untitled Goose Game could have been called, maybe.
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