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World of Goo

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World of Goo
グーの惑星
Wog Wii.jpg
Developer(s): 2D Boy
Publisher(s): 2D Boy, Nintendo (WiiWare, Japan),
Tomorrow Corporation (Switch),
Microsoft
Platform: WiiWare, Windows,

smart devices, Nintendo Switch

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Copyrights: ©
Pricing
Release dates
N. America:

October 13, 2008

Japan:

April 21, 2009

Europe:

December 19, 2008

Ratings
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World of Goo (Japanese: グーの惑星, Goo no Wakusei, meaning "Planet of Goo") is a puzzle game by indie company 2D Boy.

In Japan, the WiiWare version was published by Nintendo.

Summary[edit]

The player constructs structures using goo balls. The aim of the game is to use these structures to get to a pipe marking the end of the level, however, there is also a game mode called "World of Goo Corporation", where the aim of the game is to use the structures to form the highest tower instead.

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