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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Megolosaurus
( 1.7 h registradas )
Publicado el 2 de mayo
My love for this game is unhealthy.
-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.
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!
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.
Yung2112
( 1.5 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
[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.
Voodoo Moon
( 0.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 24 de abril
i would say world of good but its bad
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 !!
jameslucas
( 8.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 21 de abril
Wobbly-tower construction is fun in concept and the goos are cute, but this game is thinly developed and missing a number of critical features that would make it recommendable. The lack of video and sound control is an obvious inconvenience, but the flaws in gameplay are more worrisome. It's far too easy to accidentally place or drop a goo and far too hard to grab goos of a specific color in more complex puzzles. Fixing these shortcomings with keyboard commands (eg. CTRL+MOUSE1 = "release goo without using it") would have been pretty easy, but sadly it never happened. Even adding a command to skip cutscenes and poems would be greatly beneficial.
hotdog Ɛݙ 🐝 Bzzz
( 4.1 h registradas )
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Publicado el 17 de abril
It's everything you should have heard about by now and more.
Lalight
( 0.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 13 de abril
Cool brain teaser, worth the asking price,
DOZAH
( 8.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 13 de abril
made me all gooey inside.
Ingenium
( 0.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 9 de abril
Purchased as part of a bundle at some point in the distant past, excellent graphics and music, originally played on tablet/phone. Very surreal game play, relaxing, a bit of a problem getting the resolution to work at 1080p - 4k, however, would buy again for full retail for the puzzles.
Auramancer
( 21.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 5 de abril
World of Goo is a masterpiece of design. Everything about this physics-based puzzler fills you with that grand feeling you used to have, back when you were 10 years old, playing in the yard. That feeling of Adventure.
The game starts very simply. Here are a bunch of cute quirky goo balls, and there’s a pipe up above them. They make little squeals and pops when you click and drag them. As you experiment with the balls, you learn how to build a tower out of them, yearning to reach that pipe. Where does it go? That’s a secret. Soon you’re building bridges, and balancing on ropes. You come across species of goo that behave slightly differently, and let you interact with and build crazy new goo-based architecture, all in an effort to reach a pipe that’s just over there. For instance, green goo balls can be removed from the structure and replaced, letting your structure climb up trees or snake through tight spaces. But the difficulty never gets overwhelming. The learning curve here is expertly controlled, to where each level builds on the last. You are never forced to learn something in a totally new situation, not without a little gentle guidance from the invisible Sign Painter. The game seems to say “OK, you understand the basic dynamics here, but what if we do this?” The game adds a simple wrinkle you can immediately understand. And you will eagerly jump in trying to solve it.
That eagerness will be due in no small part to the music. You can get the whole soundtrack for free right here. The combination of whimsy and epic just fills you with that sense of Adventure and, honestly, it will just make you happy.
The visuals here are top notch. The cartoony, Dr. Seussical aesthetic serves the game’s atmosphere well, and each level feels very distinct. One early level makes the entire foreground, goo balls and all, completely black, while the background is a brilliant fiery sunset. Truly a work of art. Everything is clear and responsive, and behaves as expected. One minor complaint is that when there are many goo balls in one area, it is difficult to select exactly the one you want. This is a minor problem in the later levels, when you have 3 or 4 different types of balls and you’re on a time limit to finish your move.
The game is divided into 4 distinct chapters, each focusing on one season of the goo balls’ journey. There is plenty to do here, but if you think the game is too short then each level has an OCD criteria (Obsessive Completion Distinction) which challenges you to solve it with a certain number of rescued goos, or within a set time or moves limit. Going after the OCD achievements was a really good challenge! They force you to take your skills and knowledge of the physics systems to their absolute limit.
World of Goo was one of the first mega-hit indie games when it came out in 2008, and its success laid the path to the golden age of gaming we are enjoying today. When my daughter is old enough to start playing mouse-and-keyboard games, this will be one of her first. I recommend this game to anyone, for it is an important piece of gaming history, and it’s an amazingly fun Adventure.
Danger Noodle
( 5.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 2 de abril
Childhood Tower Building Simulator
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M45 Tau
( 2.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 1 de abril
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
$te@mBun
( 0.8 h registradas )
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Publicado el 31 de marzo
If you like challengin games, I definitely recommend this!
_-=Groove=-_
( 18.2 h registradas )
Publicado el 30 de marzo
Congratulations to the Devs, excellent work!
Fluffy Tail Toucher
( 7.7 h registradas )
Publicado el 29 de marzo
I don't think this is a bad game. In fact, after writing this I'm going to keep playing, and I intend to finish it. It's a fun physics-type puzzle game.

The reason I don't recommend it is because it's a truly minimal-effort port of a mobile game. I'll do a point-by-point of the issues I've had with it that are problems with the port.

CONTROLS: The controls were clearly made for a touch screen, which becomes an issue when you're trying to click a specific goo ball but your cursor continuously gets stuck on ones you don't want.

NO OPTIONS: This game lacks an options menu of any kind, which is insane and in my mind one of the biggest oversights. You can't change the resolution which is locked very low. You can't change mouse sensitivity. You can't change graphics settings. You can't even change the game volume.

DUAL MONITOR: The game simply will not lock to a single monitor. You have to drag to the screen edges to pan the camera, and the mouse will just move outside of the game and onto your second monitor, so you have to consiously bring your mouse near the edge to pan. This is a major annoyance.

MENU GLITCHES: When landing on the main menu I'm sometimes stuck in a bugged pink screen with lots of stuff swirling around. It kind of looks like it's a super zoomed in version of the background, but you can't click on anything and you have to force quit the game to get out. This has happened several times and is a minor annoyance.

WHAT SHOULD HAVE BEEN ADDED: This game needed at least a few keyboard controls to help with gameplay issues. WASD/directional button panning would have been a no brainer, and would have made the dual monitor issues no problem for me. Removing the rewind bugs entirely and making rewind a hotkey would have made much more sense (seriously, I hate those things. I click them more accidentally when trying to click goo, and they're bugged often causing certain goo types to come unhooked from whatever they were bound to. They caused some hair-pulling frusteration on levels with moving objects, where clicking one usually meant restarting the entire level.)

Overall, I like the game, but the issues are glaring and something I'm constantly struggling against. It feels like the lowest amount of effort possible was put into porting it just to have a game on steam and grab a share of the PC market, and I can't recommend throwing sales at that business model.

Edit: I wonder why this got votebombed. Is pointing out actual problems with the game being unfairly critical? Seems like people just downvoting negative reviews because "stop not liking what I like!"
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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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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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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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Classic bridge-building puzzle game with nice art style and soundtrack.
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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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One of the best puzzle games I have ever played. The music, the art and the physics make this game a must buy. ~10/10
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In the end I really don't understand why I couldn't stop helping these little goo balls... I mean it's just goo... or is it not? Maybe it also was the soundtrack (the AMAZING soundtrack) and the overall style of the game.
I don't know, find it out for yourselves, more than worth it!

Do it now!

- the review maker
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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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Publicado el 21 de enero de 2014
es un juego simple pero muy original y aparte de ser un juegazo es de pocos requisitos lo recomiendo muchisimo
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Publicado el 23 de junio de 2015
Denle un beso y un abrazo al creador de este juego!...

Lo amoooooooooooooooo ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
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Publicado el 4 de septiembre de 2014
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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Publicado el 30 de octubre de 2014
es divertido y original. un clasico indie
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Publicado el 24 de junio de 2015
Intenta sacar ocd en todos los niveles sin ver ningún tutorial.

10/10. Volveria a ragear con este clásico.
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Publicado el 29 de junio de 2014
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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Publicado el 28 de diciembre de 2013
Buenisimo el juego! siempre me ha encantado. Es bastante simple pero engancha, y a 1 dolár, imperdible :)
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Publicado el 2 de diciembre de 2013
Entretenidísimo construir y construir con los goo. buenos puzzles y además variadad de goo de colores y formas que se descubren regularmente de forma que no te llega a aburrir. Ademas tienes un sitio global para construir lo mas alto que puedas y entrar en los ranking públicos
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Publicado el 2 de enero de 2012
Tengo una relación de amor/odio con este juego, los ultimos niveles son endiabladamente chungos, pero no veas que ilusion cuando hace poco me lo pude poner en mi telefono Android xD
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