Love it I own this on pc and had to get it for my phone. Better than most puzzlers (definitely all mobile games) as it is quite challenging and has a brilliant story to tell. Does not need more levels as it will ruin its perfection and story. Only issue is that it is a bit more difficult to control on the phone. I lose a lot of goo balls when trying to zoom in and out or pan the screen.
Perfect little game for mobile phones It's a perfect little game with short levels. Easy to pick up and put down and with just the right level of difficulty. Use the goo balls to construct structures in order to get the rest of the goo balls from one place to another safely. Basically you have to build a bridge but you use up your goo to actually build the bridge so you need to do it on as few moves as possible. Daft, simple, addictive
Great game, but Sometimes its better to do less then to add bugs. There is an issue in 'World of Goo Corporation' screen. On galaxy tab s which new and powerful equipment the performance is not acceptable, about 2 fps. And after reset some of the balls are gone forever. I have 200 balls in the middle of third chapter.
Get way to release stress or make more This is an Ez way to break ur attention and there is hours of fun here just in game play and more in the free play area of this game I give it for because it get tricky but still sweet.. 4 tho because it made me want to mash my phone but stick sweet!
One of the best puzzle games ever. This game is honestly amazing. It's difficult, but not so difficult it stops being fun. The story is clever, the goo balls are adorable, and the gameplay is near perfection. Great for older kids (10 and up) as well as adults of all ages. There's nothing inappropriate, though, so there's no harm in letting your five year old play it. There's not much replay value, but that's true of most puzzles.
Bug: music stops Game would be great except for a real showstopper in the newest version. The music stops playing in 10-30 seconds after starting any level. Old review for previous, working version: The demo is very representative of the game and is pretty fun to boot. I'm very happy with this. Runs great on my nexus 4, hogs battery life though so I tend to play at home while charging.
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