If you have weird tastes to include in your list of PC apps then you must be looking for something like Desktop Gooseor Desktop Ganso, a free application to download on any computer with Windows and promises to close windows, hide the mouse, open meme images out of nowhere and even draw on the screen as long as it is impossible for you to navigate on your own desktop. What is this about? Today we tell you.
Sam Chiettthe young American computer scientist, was inspired by the video game ‘Untitled Goose Game’, whose protagonist is a chaotic goose, to ‘Desktop Goose’. It is clear as soon as apps is unloaded, because one of the first things the little virtual bird does is run around the screen with virtual mud on its feet and chase the mouse cursor.
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If you don’t remember what the legendary is about videogame of stealth, this had as its main objective, like ‘Desktop Goose’destroy the lives of the inhabitants of the small neighborhood that the graceful bird travels without fear of anyone.
In a short time, the game, developed by House House, became one of the most popular in the world and thousands of people shared their experience playing it on social networks. The Guardian even published a review in which the author claimed never to have been so horrified by his own actions in a videogame.
The North American says that the project was born from a question: What if your entire computer was like ‘Untitled Goose Game’? “I created ‘Desktop Goose’a virtual friend, as a totally absurd project that took a couple of days,” he writes in the product post on Youtube.
announced it for Twitter and several users who saw the tweet of Sam they ventured to download it and shared how the screen turned out after just half an hour of running the application.
For some, the little ‘agent of terror’, as he calls himself, filled the desk of images and memes of himself.
In the experience of others of the brave who installed the apps, the bird got creative and offered them a virtual ‘work of art’. It may be chaos, but at least it looks cute drawing lines like a kid who just learned to use colors.
The application The desktop version is available for download in both Sam’s tweet and on his page, where he asks for a small donation at whatever price you like so that he can continue to develop amazingly fun products.
However, remember that for now it is only available to users with a computer that runs with Windows. If you think you have patience, dare to try the fun project that is ‘Desktop Goose’.