Do you want strong emotions? This goose for Windows will make your life impossible

Do you want strong emotions?  This goose for Windows will make your life impossible

As I am writing this, there is a little goose on my screen. No, it's not a joke, it's the latest genius of an 18-year-old. Sam Chiet decided to create this app for Windows (now also available on Mac), just for fun. The app recreates the goose from the video game Untitled Goose Game, and it runs across the screen of our desktop to create a bit of chaos. If you want strong emotions, you have to try it.

The game can be downloaded for free. When downloading it, Sam asks for a small donation through PayPal, we can skip the step by putting a 0 in the figure and our email address. The app is available for both Windows and Mac, running it is very simple; We just have to click on the goose icon and it will be arranged on our screen . From there, chaos will be created little by little.

First, the little virtual goose will begin to survey the terrain. Little by little he will gain confidence, and will show you different memes and images related to him. It will also step on the screen with its dirty paws and write notes. Do not bug it, as it has reflections and will catch your pointer. During the first minutes it will seem like a real wonder, like a virtual pet on your desktop. But only for a few minutes.

Chaos begins at 10 minutes


Don't trust this goose ...

This little goose has a bad habit of not closing the windows it shows on the desktop . In little more than 10 minutes your computer turns into a real chaos. Not to mention that many times it takes control of the mouse, and goes exactly where you are typing.

The application allows you to add your own memes and images for the goose to drag them across the screen. To remove it and completely return to normal, you must press the 'Esc' key on your Windows computer. On Mac, you will have to open the Terminal app, copy this code: killall "Desktop Goose" and press the enter key.

The creator of the program assures that he has created it solely for fun, according to The Verge, he is a great admirer of ridiculous things, which are useless. This app meets all the requirements, although it is very fun.