Goose Goose Duck – How to Play as Street Urchin

 Goose Goose Duck – How to Play as Street Urchin

Goose Goose Duck is another addicting, free-to-play mobile game that is similar to Among Us, and in the game, you can choose to play various roles. Certain roles will disguise you if you are trying to blend into the pack, but you can use the other roles to bring the other team down. In this guide, we will see how to play as a Street Urchin in Goose Goose Duck.

Goose Goose Duck – How to Play as Street Urchin

Street Urchins are under Team Goose, but if you are unsure of how to use your role, you can check out more details here.

Street Urchins are special characters that can unlock any locked doors. This is especially helpful while trying to escape jail or if you are locked in a room. This can help you and your fellow geese if you ever find yourself trapped. The best map to use your abilities is the Ancient Sands map. This map has plenty of rooms that can easily trap you and your comrades. You can unlock doors if you find any of your allies trapped behind them.

You can also use your ability to trap ducks and other birds who are out to attack your team. You can lure them in and lock the door behind them, or when they are inside the room of their own will, you can shut it from the outside. You can also use these rooms to protect yourself if you find someone chasing you down. There are ample uses for the Street Urchin once you find the right map to utilize.

That’s all there is to know about the street urchin role in Goose Goose Duck. If you like this guide you can check out our other guides as well.

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