World Of Goo
Goo isn't good it's bloody great
World Of Goo Review
by on December 4, 2011
World Of Goo is the perfect example of how to make the most of a portable gaming experience. Unless you managed to catch Game Of Goo when it came out on Nintendo, this is a handheld experience that is nothing like what has become before it. This is because everything about the game is special. From the loading sequence to the first few levels the game totally immerses you in what it is a lovely gooey mess.
The actual gameplay is deceptively. You have to construct a piping system which carries a black goo substance – really just cartoony blobs, each with their own personality – and the aim is to get it to a pipe where it is sucked up. If you don’t create the piping in the right way then you lose all the goo and you won’t be able to fill up the pot.
With more than a hint of LittleBigPlanet, the game is steeped in charm and will keep you coming back for more.
Yes, there are others which have the same concept – building stuff isn’t exactly original – but the way it is presented is utterly original and will have you instantly fall for its charms.
Simply brilliant and worth every penny.
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