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Things We Saw Today: Someone Please 3D Print Me This Naughty Untitled Goose Game Goose

In a screenshot from Untitled Goose Game, an animated goose honks at a young boy in an outdoor shop.

I’ve talked at length about how fun and freeing it is to tamely torment villagers as a naughty goose in House House’s recently released Untitled Goose Game. Now, thanks to Thingiverse user gynni, if you have a 3D printer at your disposal, you can create your very own troublesome goose.

The basic design of the goose is great but the real beauty is the suggestion to add a strong magnet under the beak. Because what would the goose game be without the ability to steal everything it comes across?

Who wouldn’t want a knife-wielding goose in their home?

Actually, I really would use this to keep my keys from getting lost.

A 3d printed goose holds keys in its beak.

Images: Gynni via Thingiverse

Someone please print me this goose! (via Polygon)

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