World of Goo es un galardonado juego de puzles / construcción basados en la física creado íntegramente por sólo dos tipos.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 13 oct. 2008

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World of Goo es un juego de construcción ganador de numerosos premios basado en los puzles y la física hecho por tan sólo dos personas. Vivir agarrando y soltándose, retorciéndose, hablando, utilizando gotas de pegamento para construir estructuras, puentes, balas de cañón, dirigibles y lenguas gigantes. Las millones de Goo Balls que viven en el hermoso World of Goo tienen curiosidad por explorar, pero ellas no saben que están en un juego, ni que son extremadamente deliciosas.
  • Niveles Misteriosos - Cada nivel es extraña y peligrosamente bello, introduciendo nuevos puzles, áreas y las criaturas que viven en ellos.
  • World of Goo Balls - A lo largo del camino, descubriremos nuevas especies de Goo Balls, cada una con habilidades únicas, que se unen para supurar a través de cuentos reacios de descubrimiento, amor, conspiración, belleza, energía eléctrica y la tercera dimensión.
  • El que escribe los carteles - Alguien te está observando.
  • Corporación de World of Goo - ¡Enhorabuena! World of Goo Corporation es el líder mundial en Goo y productos relacionados con Goo, como la Marca de Gaseosa World of Goo Corporation y la Marca de Loción Exfoliante Facial World of Goo Corporation. ¡Delicioso!
  • Competición Masiva Online - Jugadores alrededor de todo el mundo compiten en una tabla de clasificación en directo para construir las torres más altas de Goo en la misteriosa World of Goo Corporation. World of Goo Corporation está contractualmente obligado a declarar que todo el mundo es un ganador y es entusiasta para celebrar las oportunidades de todos por igual en la construcción de la torre.

    ¡Enhorabuena, y buena suerte!

Requisitos del sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Mínimo:
    • SO: Windows® XP o Vista
    • Procesador: 1 GHz o superior
    • Memoria: 512 MB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Cualquier aceleradora gráfica 3D de menos de 5 años
    • Versión de DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 100 MB de espacio libre
    • 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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Ntropy
( 6.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 28 de mayo
El "one-hit wonder" de los creadores de "Little Inferno" y "Human Resource Machine", pionero de "lo indie" y gran ejemplo de como diseñar un puzzler para que puedan disfrutarlo tanto los "n00bs" como los "pr0s" del género.

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Carl+
( 16.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 28 de mayo
Timeless Classic
What can I say about World of Goo that does it anymore justice then it already does itself.
Ok well let’s start with the basics, it’s a 2D building game of sorts.... you use different types of goo balls to complete different tasks and ultimately get you're goo balls to the pipe at the end of the level. You can then use those collected good balls (up to 300) in a free build mode which is you build you're tower and.... watch it fall over :'(

The game's story has a unspoken depth to it and gives a sense of hope as the goo balls do their best to make their world a better and more goo-full place. The soundtrack is incredibly well done and fits the sense of the games art style and story depth perfectly.

There are 5 chapters, each with their own little story to tell as well as each level having its own "OCD" challenge for those achievement hunters like myself.

I played this game years ago on a crappy laptop just doing the story and remember it to this day. I recently went through it again doing all the Achievements and completing the game for a second time.

9.5/10
World of Goo is a one of a kind that no other game has been able to or attempted to match it
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TeenJackBauer
( 4.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 27 de mayo
7.5/10 TJBs
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Cheese Time
( 1.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 27 de mayo
Great lil game. I remember playing it many years ago for the first time and now I've completed it three times! Awesome atmosphere, fantastic music, and all around FUN.
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-Azsault-
( 2.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 24 de mayo
You will love "Goo Balls" when they climb up your tower.
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sabith
( 8.3 h registradas )
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Publicado el 22 de mayo
Wonderful puzzle game that has a lot of personality. 7.8/10.
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[EXP] Schneider
( 2.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 19 de mayo
World of Goo is love, World of Goo is life.
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catholicbatman
( 2.5 h registradas )
Publicado el 13 de mayo
Given the number of people that recommend this game as a great, classic puzzler it seemed natural for me to pick up this title.

Frankly, I haven't been impressed at all. I don't find this game puzzling or fun, just boring and quite tedious. Linking together a bunch of goo balls is not at all satisfying.

The only thing I have found fun is the humor found behind the sign painter.
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Jeremy
( 8.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 9 de mayo
To hear the full review, listen to the episode on Game Hoard Podcast

Gameplay

World of Goo is a 2D physics-based puzzler with gameplay that revolves around building structures out of "goo balls" in order to reach a pipe at the end of stage. While this is a relatively simple set up for a puzzle game, the way in which the developers build upon it and create puzzle is ingenious. There are constantly new elements being introduced, from goo balls that can be detached or float, to environmental obstacles that may interact differently with different types of goo.

Going along with this, the challenges vary greatly. While the end goal is always the same, the level design means that different levels require totally different strategies. One level may require you to build the tallest tower you can while another may require you to build a small mobile structure while avoiding saws or fire. Another may have you selectively sacrifice some of your goo. This combination of different elements and challenges means that the game never once gets stale or boring. Each level feels wholly unique and the steady progression of difficulty and complexity is finely tuned. I found myself playing World of Goo for much longer sessions than I set out to. One important aspect of this is "time bugs" which allow you to go back in time by just a single goo ball placement. This means that you don't have to restart a whole level every time your structure fails and keeps the game from ever getting frustrating.

Graphics

World of Goo is a real joy to look at. The game a sort of off-kilter cute but twisted look that is not unlike something in a Tim Burton film. It's a unique aesthetic that I personally enjoyed.

More importantly, the visuals inform the gameplay in important ways. All gooballs and obstacles look very distinct and little details give you clues about your environment, like leaves blowing around giving you an idea of the wind speed and its effect on your structure. The result is a game that is very easy to understand and interpret, allowing you to simply focus on the task at hand.

Sound Design

In a word: excellent. The game features a variety of different tracks with some pretty great orchestral scores. I found that this music really set the tone of each level and left me feeling surprisingly exhilarated for as methodical as the gameplay actually is.

The sound effects are also great, with many sounds that are simultaneously cute, funny, and gross.

Story

The story of World of Goo is very vague and centers around the world-dominating World of Goo Corporation which harvest gooballs to make a variety of products. While it's never clear exactly what is going on, the story goes through themes of oppression, environmentalism, vanity, rebellion, etc. in an effective way. It exists more to evoke a certain emotion than tell a compelling narrative and, when combined with the music and visuals, is very effective in that.

Overall

Every aspect of World of Goo works and, more importantly, they all work perfectly together. It's a near perfect example of an indie game and there is good reason for it to be considered a classic. If for some reason you haven't played World of Goo, I whole-heartedly recommend it.
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Selss
( 16.8 h registradas )
Publicado el 8 de mayo
A bit of nostalgia is always good...
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Megolosaurus
( 1.7 h registradas )
Publicado el 2 de mayo
My love for this game is unhealthy.
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-rLx- Zian
( 0.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 1 de mayo
A very unique & challenging puzzle game. this game is worth picking up when it is on sale. But I wouldn't recommend spending money on it full price as it does eventually get a bit repetitive. I was shocked & amazed how they were able to keep adding new goo blobs to interact with to help change the experience up & add new content on later lv.
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AwesomeEmmi
( 13.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 27 de abril
Man, this brings me back to when I first got my Wii. I played it off that crappy Nintendo shop, played it for a couple hours, got frustrated and uninstalled it. Don't judge me though, I was only, like, seven yars old. Now I'm finally finished with this game. It was frustrating but it I don't regret it at all. 2DBoy is awesome, I love these devs and the world that they've created. So, if you haven't played this game, or Little Inferno, I highly recommend its graphics, music, story and lore, even if there isn't much, and the puzzles, of course!
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vb
( 3.8 h registradas )
Publicado el 26 de abril
This is obviously mostly personal preference considering how many people love this game but I just absolutely hate physics-based "puzzle" games on principle and World of Goo is a classic example of the genre. Just the fact they're called puzzle games irks me as, to me, puzzle games are precise things that require rigorous, systematic thinking to arrive at a concrete solution, not juggling a bunch of blobs that are constantly moving around and liable to bring your carefully crafted but inherently unstable structure crashing down at any moment. That's not puzzling, it's just frustrating.
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Yung2112
( 3.4 h registradas )
Publicado el 25 de abril
FYI: I know my game time is little, but trust me, I've played this baby on the wii al the way

This is a fantastic construction game. It has creative levels, catchy soundtracks, a quite intriguing story told by ''your friend, the sign writer'', good humor, and just overall a very good game to pick up, build a few towers/bridges with Goos and just chill out.

It does get tougher the more you progress, but the levels never felt cheap or unfair to me
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[NFG] Aleveithan
( 22.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 25 de abril
One of the best puzzle games I've played in my life. A must play classic for anyone who loves great art and music in their games.
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Voodoo Moon
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Publicado el 24 de abril
i would say world of good but its bad
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Tickles
( 3.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 23 de abril
I've owned this for years and never got round to playing it. This is a fun little, casual game that is laptop friendly.
I should have looked at this game ages ago :) Recommended !!
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To hear the full review, listen to the episode on Game Hoard Podcast

Gameplay

World of Goo is a 2D physics-based puzzler with gameplay that revolves around building structures out of "goo balls" in order to reach a pipe at the end of stage. While this is a relatively simple set up for a puzzle game, the way in which the developers build upon it and create puzzle is ingenious. There are constantly new elements being introduced, from goo balls that can be detached or float, to environmental obstacles that may interact differently with different types of goo.

Going along with this, the challenges vary greatly. While the end goal is always the same, the level design means that different levels require totally different strategies. One level may require you to build the tallest tower you can while another may require you to build a small mobile structure while avoiding saws or fire. Another may have you selectively sacrifice some of your goo. This combination of different elements and challenges means that the game never once gets stale or boring. Each level feels wholly unique and the steady progression of difficulty and complexity is finely tuned. I found myself playing World of Goo for much longer sessions than I set out to. One important aspect of this is "time bugs" which allow you to go back in time by just a single goo ball placement. This means that you don't have to restart a whole level every time your structure fails and keeps the game from ever getting frustrating.

Graphics

World of Goo is a real joy to look at. The game a sort of off-kilter cute but twisted look that is not unlike something in a Tim Burton film. It's a unique aesthetic that I personally enjoyed.

More importantly, the visuals inform the gameplay in important ways. All gooballs and obstacles look very distinct and little details give you clues about your environment, like leaves blowing around giving you an idea of the wind speed and its effect on your structure. The result is a game that is very easy to understand and interpret, allowing you to simply focus on the task at hand.

Sound Design

In a word: excellent. The game features a variety of different tracks with some pretty great orchestral scores. I found that this music really set the tone of each level and left me feeling surprisingly exhilarated for as methodical as the gameplay actually is.

The sound effects are also great, with many sounds that are simultaneously cute, funny, and gross.

Story

The story of World of Goo is very vague and centers around the world-dominating World of Goo Corporation which harvest gooballs to make a variety of products. While it's never clear exactly what is going on, the story goes through themes of oppression, environmentalism, vanity, rebellion, etc. in an effective way. It exists more to evoke a certain emotion than tell a compelling narrative and, when combined with the music and visuals, is very effective in that.

Overall

Every aspect of World of Goo works and, more importantly, they all work perfectly together. It's a near perfect example of an indie game and there is good reason for it to be considered a classic. If for some reason you haven't played World of Goo, I whole-heartedly recommend it.
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World of Goo is love, World of Goo is life.
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Great lil game. I remember playing it many years ago for the first time and now I've completed it three times! Awesome atmosphere, fantastic music, and all around FUN.
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A very unique & challenging puzzle game. this game is worth picking up when it is on sale. But I wouldn't recommend spending money on it full price as it does eventually get a bit repetitive. I was shocked & amazed how they were able to keep adding new goo blobs to interact with to help change the experience up & add new content on later lv.
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World of Goo is an absolute classic by my measure. It shines very brightly, and is a must-play for any indie game enthusiast (I have many many hours in this game, just not on Steam).

Essentially, the goal is to build architecturally-sound structures to bridge gaps. Its like a wild version of Bridge Simulator. The building mechanics are really fun, but arguably the best part of this game is the artwork and definately the storyline. While the story is quite abstract, but absolutely emotionally engaging.

The only negative I can really mention is that the game can feel a bit dated, at this point. I loaded it up this year and all the charm is still there, but the graphics and controls have not aged all that well. Regardless, its a classic.
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Classic bridge-building puzzle game with nice art style and soundtrack.
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FYI: I know my game time is little, but trust me, I've played this baby on the wii al the way

This is a fantastic construction game. It has creative levels, catchy soundtracks, a quite intriguing story told by ''your friend, the sign writer'', good humor, and just overall a very good game to pick up, build a few towers/bridges with Goos and just chill out.

It does get tougher the more you progress, but the levels never felt cheap or unfair to me
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There's no any other puzzle with such a beautiful music. And, with the actual story)
I love this 2D boy, and this love started with the World of Goo a long-long time ago. <3
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I originally played this on the Nintendo wii and I must say it is so much easier using a mouse. This of course makes the game more enjoyable. This is challenging and fun and I highly recommend it. Long story short really fun puzzle game. Reminded me of making bridges in school using tooth picks and marshmallows.
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One of the toppest games ever made.Worth every cent.
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Uno de los mejores juegos indie que he jugado en mi vida. Lo conseguí cuando salió en 2008, tuve horas de diversión con el modo historia. Incluye bromas a lo largo de la historia que entretienen al jugador antes de empezar pero cuando toca la acción, el juego se vuelve hiperactivo! Hay que utilizar todos los sentidos y todo el ingenio para conseguir pasarse todos los niveles. También es un recuerdo a nuestra infancia cuando construíamos nuestros pequeños castillos. World of Goo es un juego muy interesante y con ganas de dar guerra. A parte de la historia, tiene un modo en el que competir a construir la torre más alta de Goos a nivel mundial. Ahora, a 0.89€, no pensé ni un segundo en conseguirlo. Es un clásico indie. Consíguelo.
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es un juego simple pero muy original y aparte de ser un juegazo es de pocos requisitos lo recomiendo muchisimo
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Denle un beso y un abrazo al creador de este juego!...

Lo amoooooooooooooooo ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
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Que se puede decir de este juego, lo jugue en wii y me parecio sumamente original, simple y divertido a la vez. Un ejemplo de que todavia hay ideas frescas y originales ( escasas y escondidas pero las hay).
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es divertido y original. un clasico indie
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Intenta sacar ocd en todos los niveles sin ver ningún tutorial.

10/10. Volveria a ragear con este clásico.
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Los Lemmings se transfomaron en bolitas pegajosas:
Este juego me recuerda al Lemmings, donde tenías que tratar de dirigir una masa descontrolada de bichitos para hacer que lleguen a la salida del nivel, desde ese punto de vista es bastante similar, pero en este caso los bichitos son bolitas que se pueden usar para formar estructuras elásticas para cruzar de un lado a otro. No apto para personas con poca paciencia (y en cierto punto hay que ser bastante rápido para armarlas porque se deshacen ya sea por su peso o por cosas del escenario). Habría que ver como se comporta en un dispositivo táctil. En fin, al menos, así lo veo yo.
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OSOM^2
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Buenisimo el juego! siempre me ha encantado. Es bastante simple pero engancha, y a 1 dolár, imperdible :)
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