Goose Goose Duck is a new social game that will have you completing tasks and working together to complete missions while keeping your eye out for malicious Mallards and other scary bird types. It’s a mix of Among Us and Town of Salem with a lot more roles, in-game voice chat, and expanded tasks to complete. The game is free-to-play and features some cosmetic microtransactions for purchase! If you’re wondering how to get Gold Coins in the game, then we’ll tell you how with this guide.
Gold Coins Guide
To get Gold Coins in Goose Goose Duck, you will either need to complete achievements or purchase them with real life money. Gold Coins are the premium currency of the game, so they aren’t really meant to be gotten for free. They are largely how the developers are able to make a profit from the game.
Achievements can be completed to receive a single Gold Coin for each of them. This is obviously very minimal, because most items cost quite a bit more than the amount you’ll be able to get by completing all of the achievements. These achievements include things like playing the game many times, completing tasks, killing Geese, etc.
Gold Coins are either sold with packs, such as the Werewuf Pack where you get a a limited pet, mask, and costume:
You can also purchase just Gold Coins in pack form. The more you purchase the bigger the bonus you will get, so if you are for sure going to buy some, make sure to get the highest amount you can afford.
- 20 Gold Coins – $1.99 USD
- 80 Gold Coins – $4.99 USD
- 200 Gold Coins – $9.99 USD
- 600 Gold Coins – $19.99 USD
- 1,600 Gold Coins – $39.99 USD
- 4,000 Gold Coins – $79.99 USD
Once you have yourself some Gold Coins, you can head into the lobby area and over to the wardrobe station to purchase hats, costumes, emotes, pets, and other items.
Hats cost from 50 to 125, Costumes are 50 to 120, and Pets are 80 to 250 Gold Coins!
That’s everything we know about getting gold coins in Goose Goose Duck! You can find more details about the game in the Goose Goose Duck section of our website.