Goose Goose Duck is a multiplayer social deduction game heavily inspired by Among Us. One key difference from Among Us is the variety of game modes available. These range from classic modes to wildly chaotic modes and even holiday-themed ones! You can see all game modes available in Goose Goose Duck below.
Complete your duties before the duck(s) sabotage the ship or kill enough geese to end the mission. Figure out the identities of the ducks and vote to eject them off the ship. Once players have become familiar with these roles, they can try out Classic+, which brings new options to the table.
This advanced version of Classic mode has all the options and roles available. This includes 24 different sub-roles that can drastically change the way the game is played. These include special roles for the geese, ducks, and even some neutral roles on their own team.
One killer duck is on the loose, trying to kill everyone else before the timer runs out. Geese can complete tasks to reduce the timer or choose to hide from the duck. Completing a task reduces the timer by 4 seconds while alive and 1 second while dead. Geese cannot eject the duck.
Duck and Dash
The red team of morphing ducks is trying to kill the blue team before the timer runs out. The blue team is a vulture that reduces the timer by eating corpses and is partnered with a falcon who kills faster than the ducks in games with more than six players. This mode is better suited for private lobbies with 10 or more players. Proximity chat is also recommended.
Trick or Treat
This is a Halloween-themed mode that turns geese into villagers and ducks into vampires. Villagers complete tasks to call meetings. Vote out the vampire to win. The vampire wins when everyone's been converted to a thrall. Thralls are created by killing villagers. They are powered up by the vampire's ability and win with the vampire.