World of Goo is a multiple award winning physics based puzzle / construction game made entirely by two guys.
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Utgivelsesdato: 13. okt, 2008

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"An excellent indie puzzle game featuring many challenging levels which are neither too easy nor ridiculously hard. Both Funny and melancholic at times."

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World of Goo er et fysikkbasert oppgave- og byggespill som har vunnet flere priser og som er i sin helhet laget av to personer. Dra og slipp levende, kriblende, snakkende slimkladder for å bygge strukturer, broer, kanonkuler, luftskip og kjempestore tunger. Millionene av slimballer som lever i den vakre verdenen Goo, er nysgjerrige og liker å utforske ting – men de vet ikke at de befinner seg i et spill, eller at de smaker så godt.
  • Mystiske nivåer – hvert nivå er underlig og farlig vakkert og presenterer nye oppgaver, områder og dyr som bor i dem.
  • World of Goo-baller – på veien møtes hittil uoppdagede typer Goo-baller, hver og én med unike evner, i historier om oppdagelser, kjærlighet, konspirasjon, skjønnhet, elektrisk strøm og den tredje dimensjonen.
  • Skiltmaleren – noen holder deg under oppsikt.
  • World of Goo Corporation – gratulerer! World of Goo Corporation er verdens fremste leverandør av slim og slimrelaterte produkter, blant annet World of Goo Corporation-varemerkede kullsyreholdige leskedrikker og World of Goo Corporation-varemerket ansiktsrensekrem. Lekkert!
  • Stor konkurranse på Internett – Spillere over hele verden konkurrerer om å bygge de høyeste slimtårnene i den mystiske sandkassen til World of Goo Corporation i en levende poengliste. World of Goo Corporation er kontraktsforpliktet til å nevne at alle er vinnere, og at de ønsker å gi alle like store muligheter til å bygge tårn. Gratulerer, og lykke til!

    Systemkrav

    Windows
    Mac OS X
    SteamOS + Linux
      Minimum:
      • Operativsystem som støttes: Windows&reg XP eller Vista
      • Prosessor: 1 GHz eller bedre
      • Minne: 512+ MB RAM
      • Skjerm: Alle 3D-grafikkakseleratorkort som er mindre enn fem år gamle
      • DirectX®-versjon: 9.0c
      • Harddisk: 100 MB
        • OS: OS X version Leopard 10.5.8, Snow Leopard 10.6.3, or later
        • Processor: Intel Core Duo
        • Memory: 512 MB
        • Graphics: 64 MB
        • Other Requirements:
        • Processor: 1 GHz or faster
        • Memory: 512 MB or more
        • Graphics: hardware accelerated OpenGL 1.4 support
        • Hard drive: 100 MB free space
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      23 av 23 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
      3 personer syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
      5.9 timer registrert
      Publisert: 20. mai
      It's the mother of all Indie games. http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=313215979
      Years ago there was this cool demo called "Tower of Goo" which I played for hours! It was directly an advert for this game. So I felt familar with the physics engine and the mainly game concept. You have to drag drops of goo which generate connections between them and lets you build up complex structures. These structures are flexible and react on the physics around them. http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=313216017
      You have to think a lot not to break down your structures and reach mostly above the tap. When it's done the tap changes to a kind of vacuum cleaner and sucks the rest of the goo drops into. Most challenging is after you finished a level to do it in OCD (Obsessive Completion Distinction) mode. http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=314343308
      That means to do it best and collect all max. possible goo drops. Which feels hard as playing golf and reach on every course an hole-in-one ...
       
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      6 av 7 personer (86%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
      1 person syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
      0.7 timer registrert
      Publisert: 12. desember, 2014
      World of Goo is a puzzle game all based in physics where the goal is to build/construct different apparatuses with wobbly black balls of goo that you have to catch while they are rolling around on what ever it is you are trying to accomplish.... You have to build these apparatuses in order to get to "the pipe system" so the leftover goo balls you didn't use to get to the pipe can be be sucked up. This is the levels/score part of the game. Each level you are required to suck up so many goo balls in order to advance to the next level. This has always been a very fun game.... simple and casual play .... worth a look.

      http://store.steampowered.com/app/22000
       
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      4 av 5 personer (80%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
      1 person syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
      2.1 timer registrert
      Publisert: 18. desember, 2014
      Where to start with this...
      I originally played this on a Powermac G5 when it first came out around the end of 2008, I remember that I originally got it sometime around the 2008 election. My attention was focused on this game the whole time.

      It's one of those games where it seems extremely simple at first, but then the complexities and depth of it gradually shine through. The puzzles are neat, and I never had to use any skips until the last part (and I normally sucka t puzzles) but they don't feel easy, they feel satisfying regardless.

      The visuals are nice, and they're crisp and good looking, and most importantly they do NOT resort to trying to look like pixel art. However, the game does run at a low resolution and there is no way to change it.

      The soundtrack... Well, let's just say it's one of the best soundtracks in an Indie game ever produced. It is well performed, it is entirely originally composed, and it doesn't resort to sounding like chiptune or 16-bit stuff to try and manipulate nostalgic nerves. One of the best parts of the game for certain, and even better is that all of the soundtrack (the full versions, not the shortened versions in the game) can be found right on Youtube. Very memorable soundtrack, I can say that about very very few games.

      Buy it? YES! It's on sale frequently anyways.
       
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      4 av 5 personer (80%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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      6.6 timer registrert
      Publisert: 24. januar
      Excellent game! I use it as a real world break. It's perfect for that, take half an hour out and play a few levels...
       
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      4 av 5 personer (80%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
      1 person syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
      4.1 timer registrert
      Publisert: 22. februar
      A very enjoyable and simple game. Some of the later levels really make you think. A classic. :)
       
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      2 av 2 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
      7.9 timer registrert
      Publisert: 20. desember, 2014
      10/10 for this next Generation Physics!
       
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      4 av 6 personer (67%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
      2 personer syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
      0.3 timer registrert
      Publisert: 7. februar
      you can sometimes get in sticky situations >:^)
       
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      1 av 1 personer (100%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
      6.9 timer registrert
      Publisert: 25. mai
      -Quick Review-
      World of Goo is an Indie-Physics-Puzzle Game developed in 2008 by 2D BOY. World of Goo is one of those quaint games that you would probably prefer to play on a mobile or smaller electronic device (with touch screen capabilities); in World of Goo you create bizarre contraptions with Goo to get to the end of the level.

      -Detailed breakdown review-
      Story: You progress through the game being guided by "Signs" (or the "sign painter". But I always thought the signs were the side painter), you'll want to read every single sign in the game because they are quite humorous. The game is broken down into Five chapters, and each chapter would usually have 10-12 levels within the chapter.

      Game Play: Being a puzzle game, you need to spend a fair amount of time thinking, and once you get into the farther difficult levels, at times you'll need to restart the whole level because of one mistake. There is a requirement of how many "Goo Balls" you need to save at the end of each level to pass. So that means you can't use all your Goo on construction, you need to be as minimalistic as possible in your building.
      The game starts out very easily and simple, but quickly gets complex and difficult. To construct, you click and drag a Goo Ball to a certain location near the starting structure to "add" to that structure. Generally after using that Goo you cannot reuse it... but some Goo has special properties that lets you reuse them, or have other special effects.

      Achievements: World of Goo has 8 Steam Achievements, all of which are pretty rough to obtain. (They went with Quality, not quantity) I only have 2 of those achievements at this time, most of them require perfect scores on each level... Getting all of the achievements will require a great deal of determination.

      Price: World of Goo is priced at $9.99, I spent 6 hours playing through the game once. So for me that's not a fair price.... However, I picked up the game on a 90% off sale, so I've actually gotten my monies worth, and then some.

      Conclusion: I recommend this game to people who enjoy puzzle and/or indie games, World of Goo was a very fun play through, and it only took one afternoon to get through it, so it's a nice quaint little play through. Depending on how good you are at puzzle games World of Goo does get pretty tough at times.
       
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      2 av 3 personer (67%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
      1 person syntes at denne anmeldelsen var morsom
      7.0 timer registrert
      Publisert: 14. mars
      Bought this game becouse loots of people says it perfect. Now Im one of them.

      +Atmosphere
      +Level design
      +Music
      +Fun
      +Originality

      -Difficulty ( Im bad player and some levels were flustrating)

      9,5/10



       
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      2 av 3 personer (67%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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      Publisert: 6. februar
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      Fun!
       
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      3 av 5 personer (60%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
      1.7 timer registrert
      Publisert: 25. januar
      9.5/10
       
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      1 av 2 personer (50%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
      1.2 timer registrert
      Publisert: 17. februar
      World of Goo is a really well developed puzzel game. The Simplicity of the levels and the creatures allows the player to focus on the objective and have fun doing it. This is not a really fancy game but it is definitely well worth your time. The more you play, the more you will appriciate it.
       
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      3 av 6 personer (50%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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      1.1 timer registrert
      Publisert: 16. mars
      no comments | awesome
       
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      191 av 208 personer (92%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
      10.4 timer registrert
      Publisert: 23. september, 2013
      World of Goo is to this day one of the finest indie games one can find.
      It is, in my opinion, one of _the_ best physics-based logic games currently available.

      It looks great, plays great and is overall an amazing and unique experience due to many factors. It does have some flaws, but they are minor and almost insignificant.

      A one-of-a-kind setting, quirky and strange humor, a challenge to both strategic and quick thinking. What else would you need?

      Highly recommended.
       
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      106 av 118 personer (90%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
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      Publisert: 25. november, 2013
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      The goal is simple, yet changes every time. The game lasts long enough so as to not outstay it's welcome and the art style of the game is great.

      For extra challenge every level has an "OCD" challenge. The OCD could be to complete the level in X seconds or it could be to use a trick to get an extra few balls that might not be immediately obvious.

      The physics work, which you might think strange to include in a review of a physics based game... but I've played Bad Rats so I know what broken physics are!
       
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      52 av 59 personer (88%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
      1.5 timer registrert
      Publisert: 26. januar, 2014
      Like Somebody said before: It's the mother of all Indie games. Years ago there was this cool demo called "Tower of Goo" which I played for hours! It was directly an advert for this game. So I felt familar with the physics engine and the mainly game concept. You have to drag drops of goo which generate connections between them and lets you build up complex structures. These structures are flexible and react on the physics around them. You have to think a lot not to break down your structures and reach mostly above the tap. When it's done the tap changes to a kind of vacuum cleaner and sucks the rest of the goo drops into. Most challenging is after you finished a level to do it in OCD (Obsessive Completion Distinction) mode. That means to do it best and collect all max. possible goo drops. Which feels hard as playing golf and reach on every course an hole-in-one ...
       
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      43 av 48 personer (90%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
      9.3 timer registrert
      Publisert: 20. mai, 2014
      This is honestly one of my favorite games of all time. Addictive, physics-based gameplay is coupled with the most amazing soundtrack and stitched-together with humor, satire, morality, and just enough of a storyline to make you think. Equally fun on PC and Android/tablet. Grab the demo, I assure you you'll end up purchasing.
       
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      46 av 56 personer (82%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
      8.4 timer registrert
      Publisert: 31. august, 2013
      Cute, intriguing, challenging. Wonderful gameplay underscored by a beautiful soundtrack.
       
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      26 av 30 personer (87%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
      4.7 timer registrert
      Publisert: 11. september, 2014
      By far, my very favorite game, even though I'm not a fan of indie games in general.

      This game is really charming as hell, you start off around some neat hills map where you get to know what this game is about: building. Building up, left, right, down, DOESN'T MATTER. The graphics looks really cute, even though, minimalistic, the sound, the sound is a ♥♥♥♥ing masterpiece, the very best original soundtrack I've heard in my life, every track if filled up with emotions, the author of these (Kyle Gabler) did a great job.

      The physics of this game is yet another thing. This is A THING. As you're supposed to build in this game, the main role physics does play. It is just plain immaculate, you won't get disappointed. Yeah, for kids who haven't studied it yet it might be pretty difficult, but if you got some knowledge in that, you can beat it. But, again, you'll have to think.

      The whole story looks pretty simple at first: balls sucked by a pipe, wow. But the deeper you dig in the game, the greater the actual plot is, it is full of allegories, metaphors and what not. In the end, it reflects our reality, which is 2D Boy's major feature - a simple childish game with deep sense. No spoilers, of course.

      This game makes you think. This game makes you feel. This game lets you be creative. This game is awesome. In my opinion, everyone should play it at least once.

      9.9/10
       
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      27 av 32 personer (84%) syntes denne anmeldelsen var hjelpsom
      6.4 timer registrert
      Publisert: 19. januar, 2014
      This is just one of those indie games everyone needs to play at least a bit of. Its a very well thought out physics puzzler where you use your goo-balls to build structures under different rules depending on the level, and the balls at hand. While the graphics are cute you should not be fooled to think the game is very easy, it actually gets really challenging at times and requires a lot of skill, patience and luck to fully beat. Strong recommendation.

      If you just play through the game you wont be getting very many achievement from this game as most of them are tied to the games OCD flags which are a more challenging way of beating all the levels in the game. This will be a very challenging task and something that might very well pull your hair out. Be ready for quite a challenge and look forward to that great feeling of unlocking some proper achievements.

      Time to 100%: 15+ hours
       
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