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Goose Game

rated 3.18 / 5 stars
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May 7, 2017 | 5:48 PM EDT
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Goose Game is an HTML5 Board Game. Get your pawn to the final square before the other players! Throw the dice and travel across a board full of traps and dangerous adventures, will luck be on ur side today.

It's a classic game of luck and dice, for young and old to play. Better blow on those dice and get a good roll if u wants to win!



Rated 3 / 5 stars

OK so I don't get it...When you play with the computer, why would you have the well activated? As soon as you or the AI falls into it, they stay there. I understand there is a way to get out if there are more than 2 players, but it feels like a design flaw, the person not in the well gets to roll till they win, why not just make it so the game is over instead of you having to wait for the AI or the player to roll a perfect number to win?

freeworldgroup responds:

the computer player could be sent to the beginning with the ghost square, and then rescue u.


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

dumb rules, especially if you roll a 9

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freeworldgroup responds:

its the original rules


Rated 4 / 5 stars

It seems fun for the one turn I played. I rolled a nine with four players and went to the end of the boar in one turn. :P


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Okay, there is a bug when playing with only 2 players:

If the opponent gets into the well and you "rescue" him by landing on the well you get the "you lose" notification.
Might be a rule, I don't know.

But if I fall into the well first and the opponent rescues me by landing on the well, I still get the "you lose" notification.
So there must be something wrong there.

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freeworldgroup responds:

this has been fixed


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

When I first came across this game, it looked really boring. I know realize it's tons of fun! Granted, it's probably because I'm more used to playing this kind of game. Was it based on the board game "Sorry"? I've played that one many times before. This was just like it.

I was annoyed when the enemy looked like he won. Instead, I did! I didn't even notice that! There really are a lot of fine details in this game. I wish it was popular.

freeworldgroup responds:

its based on a game that came about in the 1600s I think - one of the earliest known board games :)