Bringing Adorable Adventures to Your Desktop!

Whether it honks, tracks mud, or steals your mouse, Desktop Goose is one of the most adorable virtual pests you’ll ever have the pleasure to have on your screen. Fans of Untitled Goose Game will especially appreciate this little companion. It’s a little less demanding than a full game, though.


For those who have a strong desire to make the world a better place, Girb is a perfect name. Those with this number are natural humanitarians, drawn to causes and movements that strive for social change. They have lofty ideals and are often naive about the challenges of their mission, but their great compassion and deep desire to advance humanity makes them an effective force for good.

Their natural grace and elegance also give them a sense of nobility, which impresses those around them. With a desire to be perfect, they strive for perfection in their work and personal life. This can sometimes lead to them being naive and overly trusting of others, but it also allows them to quickly recognize when they are misguided or naive.

Whether their naivety is a result of their ideals or their desire to be perfect themselves, it’s easy for those with this number to be taken advantage of. It’s important for them to remember that they are not alone in their struggles, and to seek out friends and family who can help them stay grounded. If they can balance their high ideals with practicality, Girb will be able to make the world a better place for everyone.

Homeless Pigeon

Homeless Pigeon is a virtual pet that sits on your desktop and wanders around as you work. It’s not as dynamic as a Shimeji-ee or Desktop Goose, but it is passive and cute in its own way. The pigeon will wander across your screen, following your cursor around. You can pet it to prompt it to explore more of your screen. It’s a good choice for those who want a distraction while working, but who don’t want a game that takes up too much of their computer resources.

Baby pigeons are recluses, staying in the nest until they’re ready to fly (usually a month or so after they hatch). When they do, they’re pretty much indistinguishable from their parents. They’ll still whine and chase their parents for food, but they won’t have the characteristic iridescent patch on their necks yet.

It’s not uncommon for homeless people to have loyal animal companions. While most of them are cats or dogs, pigeons are quite popular as well. There is a small but steady business of raising pigeons to sell as “squab” or fancy dinner meat. While nobody eats them on the street, many homeless people have pigeon friends and cook them for themselves. This creates a health hazard, as pigeon droppings contain dangerous bacteria that can be inhaled. It’s also a huge effort to catch, kill, clean, and cook a pigeon when you’re living in an urban environment.

Untitled Goose Game

Untitled Goose Game is a delightful experiment which delivers laugh after laugh as you get to ruin the daily lives of poor unsuspecting humans. It does so by letting you waddle around gardens, backyards, and streets of an English village while doing a checklist of impish tasks.

For a game with such a silly premise, Untitled Goose Game has an enormous amount of heart. The controls are well-defined, the music a lovely mix of park noises and frantic piano (which expands to fill the screen when being chased by a human) that perfectly complements the goose’s slapstick antics.

It’s a very chill mashup of sandbox-y stealth and puzzling; you can slow down to peer through bushes at the unsuspecting human who just happened to be holding an item you need, or rush into the crowd and erupt in a honk of pure chaos. The physics feel very convincing as well; objects roll down gentle inclines and stack upon one another reliably (perfect for those challenges that ask you to weigh down a set of scales).

The only major flaw is that Untitled Goose Game is just so short, and it would have easily overstayed its welcome if it were any longer. However, once you reach the end of the story, a whole new list of harder tasks is provided to give the game even more replay value.

Desktop Goose

Like a bad version of the old Bonzi Buddy, Desktop Goose is a program that adds a pixelated goose to your desktop and causes all sorts of havoc. This digital goose will leave muddy footprints across your screen, drag memes and funny notes in Goose Notepad, follow your cursor around, honk, and more. This can be annoying, but it’s also a lot of fun and will certainly distract you for a while.

Like Untitled Goose Game, this free software from developer Samperson has no goals or objectives; instead it creates a virtual goose that roams your computer and disrupts you while you work or play games. The goose can be launched on a timer or randomly, and it will even fly through computer games to stop you in your tracks. You can also tinker with the settings to control the amount of chaos the goose unleashes on your desktop.

While Desktop Goose is free, it does feature some in-app purchases such as a goose hat that allows the goose to fly around more freely. There is an active community of Desktop Goose fans who have created mods for the program that include goose hats and specific limits on what the goose can do, such as only interacting during computer games. It’s easy to download and install Desktop Goose, which can be a fun addition to any desktop.

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