Summary: My 12 & 14 year old boys love this game. It keeps them busy for hours and they seem to be developing a knack for building structures out of goo that actually incorporate some structural engineering principles.
Summary: I think it is to much money... Reminds me of some old games i used to play when younger on the old nintendo. Really think it is over priced for sucking up goo, only got it because one of my childrens friends wanted to play it. Oh well i should look into things better..
Summary: I got this as a Christmas gift for my dad. He immediately got hooked on it. The concept of the game is so simple, it's brilliant. Anybody can enjoy this game. I think men/boys like it especially because it involves physics, structures, etc. and guys tend to be good at stuff like that. I was a little hesitant to buy an online game code instead of a physical disc, but it worked fine.
Summary: This game is one of a kind. It takes thinking games to a whole new level. The only thing I did not like about the game is there were some levels that seemed impossible and I could not figure out how to get past them. I used www.worldofgooguide.com for the levels that made me want to rage quit! Minus the frustration, I love the game and recommend it to any one who likes a simple yet complicated game.
Summary: I bought this game on steam sale for 1 dollar. And I liked World Of Goo very much! A cheap cool game, that could help you to spend some time in fun! Good physics and nice graphics with awesome gameplay- that is my choice!
An Exceptional Puzzle Game Filled With Inspired Nuances
Jaded X. Gamer, Amazon
11 May 2012
Summary: World of Goo is quite possibly my favorite puzzle game of all time and one of my favorite games in general. Created almost entirely by pair of developers named Kyle Gabler and Ron Carmel, it's an incredibly fun and challenging adventure filled with surreal sights, haunting music, and engaging gameplay. You can download a demo of World of Goo by going to the Wii's shop channel or right to your computer by visiting 2Dboy.com, but if you like to hear more first, do read on.
Summary: I don't understand how this game can get a bad review. It's simply great - the amazing concept of building structures out of somewhat bloby stuff works perfectly on iPad (it's all about tapping & moving, with clear interface and simple but smart gameplay mechanics) and yet the levels are cleverly built so once you beat them you know the developer has had some concrete plan in mind and you feel well rewarded for completing missions. And it's hillarious. Great game.