Did your kid enjoy wreaking havoc on a small village as a goose? Are you ready for them to wreak havoc across all their Lego sets? If this one Lego fan modeler has their way, Untitled Goose Game could very well make the title goose a menace in your own household.
Through the Lego Ideas portal, a creator named A Fellow Player modeled a Lego set replicating one of the iconic scenes from Untitled Goose Game. The garden scene includes the goose (of course), a shed, a garden, a very disgruntled gardener, and (of course) a no-goose sign. The scene also includes many of the props you carry and drag in the game itself.
“Enjoy life as a destructive goose in a small garden,” the description reads. “Watch out for the gardener and his many tools!” It also includes a number of props, including a rose bush, carrot, shovel, sun hat, and the gardener’s keys.
If you didn’t know Lego Ideas exists until now, you’re not the only one in that boat! Lego Ideas is basically just Steam Workshop, except for Legos. Aspiring designers can either use pre-existing Legos or a modeling program in order to submit a potential design. Upon submission, fans vote on designs they like. With enough votes and Lego support, the set can become reality.
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While this sounds great, a lot of Untitled Goose Game fans may wonder: Is this even allowed? The answer is maybe! It looks like that’s an issue that would be answered down the road.
A lot of major design “contests,” including Steam Workshop, often don’t allow third-party products if the contest isn’t already affiliated with brands. However, in the case of Lego Ideas, it looks like their restrictions are fairly limited. Namely, they prohibit entries for “particular” brands and properties, so probably just a hand-picked set. They especially restrict those that have “Active Licenses,” like Star Wars or Overwatch which have official Lego sets, as well as those with Lego Ideas sets that have been sold.
Basically, while they don’t officially say it, it looks like Lego handles licensing shenanigans. So if this Untitled Goose Game set gets enough support, it may show up in your local toy store one day.