Summary: This game is almost indescribably fun. Physics, space, energy. Goo amazes and challenges. The frustration level can grow as you try to combat the forces of science. What fun! A unique and interesting game.
Summary: Must own!! Play simple and well executed. Mayor soundtrack ... The game gives epic moments, using the maximum number of Goos to build bridges to cross valleys, passing scraping by cutting saws and build buildings made of Goos in extreme wind conditions.
Summary: Have only been playing this game for a few hours but enjoy the fact that each level must be figured out on your own, no hints or escape buttons. Can be a bit frustrating at times but what's the point of playing games if they aren't challenging. The first level is kinda easy but are getting harder as I progress into the game, not a game for those who want to finish quickly.
Summary: I bought this game when it was on sale, and I have to say that I enjoy playing this game. I don't really see the point of elaborating on the game, as I'm sure most people already know what this game is about. I would like to say, however, that the game definitely would not have been worth the full price, and I definitely would not pay more than $5 for it.
Summary: I have my middle school students play this during homeroom if all their homework is done. It is a great motivator, AND they really have to THINK! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this game! The creators are funny and must be geniuses!
Summary: You enter a world of little blobs of goo that you use to build bridges to reach your goal - a vacuum that sucks up the blobs. Some boards require ladders that need to go real high..some boards require bridges that need to span rivers...but watch out, because the higher or longer you go, the more unsteady your architecture becomes, especially if it doesnt have a solid base!