World of Goo by 2D Boy

World of Goo
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Category:Puzzle
Works with:Native Linux
Price:$20.00
License:Commercial
Average Rating: Rating: 100%
Available for:
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  • Mysterious Levels - Each level is strange and dangerously beautiful, introducing new puzzles, areas, and the creatures that live in them.
  • World of Goo Balls - Along the way, undiscovered new species of Goo Ball, each with unique abilities, come together to ooze through reluctant tales of discovery, love, conspiracy, beauty, electric power, and the third dimension.
  • The Sign Painter - Someone is watching you.
  • World of Goo Corporation - Congratulations! World of Goo Corporation is the Global Leader in Goo and Goo Related Product, including World of Goo Corporation Trademark Brand Soft Drink Beverage and World of Goo Corporation Trademark Brand Facial Exfoliating Lotion. Succulent!
  • Massive Online Competition - Human players around the world compete in a living leaderboard to build the tallest towers of goo in World of Goo Corporation's mysterious sandbox. World of Goo Corporation is contractually obligated to state that everyone is a winner and is enthusiastic to celebrate everyone's tower building opportunities equally.

Works on any Linux distribution! Download and install the software package (.deb or .rpm) suitable for your operating system. Alternatively, download the distribution-independent package (.tar.gz) and extract it. Minimum system requirements are a 1 GHz IA-32 compatible processor, 512 MB of RAM, Linux kernel version 2.6 (32 bit), hardware accelerated OpenGL drivers and ALSA or OSS compatible sound drivers.

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RecommendedJun 15th 2011
By an Ubuntu 10.04 user
Review:
This is one of the best native Linux games I've ever played. The plot is hilarious and the graphics and sound are fantastic. I give this game two thumbs way up! If you have ever liked puzzle/construction games then this is for you. Definitely worth the nominal $20 price.
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