The game about the arsehole goose, Untitled Goose Game (opens in new tab), is getting the vinyl treatment. Set to release in 'Q4 2020' (that means late this year or early next) and available to preorder now (opens in new tab), it's a green coloured vinyl with a very tricky twist. It's a double grooved vinyl, which basically means that the track sequence is randomised. In other words, "every time you place the needle, you're rolling the dice on which path the music will take".
It's a nice approach to capturing the game's brilliant reactive soundtrack, which is based around Claude Debussy's Préludes. The game's composer Dan Golding broke Debussy's compositions into "hundreds of stems" for studio House House.
The LP itself is made from "reclaimed" vinyl. Here's how it looks:
The LP costs $30 is will, in all likelihood, mark the first time a goose has adorned the sleeve of Debussy-related record. New physical editions of the game are available for Nintendo Switch (opens in new tab) and PS4 (opens in new tab), too.
Untitled Goose Game was "hilarious, bursting with charm, and satisfying to play," according to our review (opens in new tab).
Update: Composer Dan Golding went looking to find out whether or not this actually is the first goose to appear on a Debussy-related record, as we suggested it might be. It turns out we underestimated the number of geese which have appeared on things.
Reader, I was right. Not just once - but at least twice, and in the best possible way. One of these albums is even with Decca, the game’s soundtrack's label! How can @house_house_ @iam8bit and I possibly compete with this? pic.twitter.com/gkragZT43bJuly 21, 2020