Game Review – World of Goo


Platforms: Windows, MAC, Linus, WiiWare

Game Name: World of Goo

Developer: 2D Boy

Genre: Puzzle

world of gooReviewed by MT

My favorite independent video game to be recently released is World of Goo. There is so much to say about this fantastic title.

Developed by 2D Boy (a pair of guys from San Francisco who have collectively worked for Maxim, EA, and, the basic premise of the game is to move goo.  The game combines a storyline that is very affected by any standard, graphics that leave players stunned and amazed, and a level of gameplay rivaled by no other game currently on the market. It’s that good.

The game offers a plethora of tasks, from seemingly mundane activities like moving and creating goo to solving intricate goo-related puzzles. No matter how simple, each task holds a significance that transcends words.  It’s a challenge that’s hard to resist, and I urge you to experience it for yourself.  World of Goo is more than just a puzzle game-it’s an adventure waiting to be explored.

The game’s design is a visual feast, with countless levels of interaction that keep you engaged. The synchronization between the controller and the on-screen action is seamless, and the visuals are a vibrant explosion of color and depth.  While the game’s packaging may seem plain, the game itself is a visual journey, blending the nostalgia of Saturday morning cartoons with mesmerizing glimpses of the future. But don’t just take my word for it-start your goo collection and see for yourself.

Check out the trailer for World of Goo: