Key & Compass presents:
Office Goose
by Liz Henry

Office Goose is a Glulx interactive fiction game written with Inform 7 and is © 2020 by Liz Henry (as "Lizzard").

In this silly little game almost-certainly inspired by Untitled Goose Game, you play as a horrible goose in an office! Peck at everything and cause as much havoc as you can!

This solution is by David Welbourn, and is based on Release 11 of the game.

SPOILERS AHEAD. Reading a walkthrough prematurely can sometimes diminish one's enjoyment of an interactive fiction game. Please make an honest effort to play the game before reading this walkthrough.


Conferenceroom Open-planoffice Officekitchen Cubicle

Open-plan office

> x me. x tree. x printer.

> peck printer. (+1)

> peck tree. take tree. (+1)

> w.

Conference room

> x manager. x ipad. x camera.

> honk. flap. bite manager. (+1)

> peck ipad. (+1)

> peck camera. (can't reach it from floor)

> get on table. peck camera. (+1)

> e. s.


> x desk. x book. x laptop.

> peck desk. (+1)

> take book. (+1)

> eat book. (+1)

> peck laptop. (+1)

> n. e.

Office kitchen

> x developer. bite developer. (+1)

> peck maker. (+1)

> peck sink. (+1)

> x maker. x sink. open cabinet. (locked)

> look. drink water. drink spilled coffee.

The fire alarm doesn't appear until you have 12 points.

> x fire alarm. peck it. (+1)

*** The End ***




These credits are displayed when you win the game:

Thanks to playtesters Laura Kukulski, Danny O'Brien, Potch, Britta Gustafson, Hannah Diaz, Milo Kim, Sigrid Ellis, and Jim Shepard.


Since you're a goose, you can only pick up one thing at a time, and only things you can carry in your beak.


The response to SCORE is:

You have so far scored your-score out of a possible 13, in some turns.

Points are awarded as follows:

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