Posts Tagged ‘World-of-Goo’

Weekend Sale: World of Goo Cheap. UT3 Black Free.

By Kieron Gillen on March 7th, 2009.

If any reader of any website is likely to have World of Goo, you have to suspect RPS readers are. We did the first review! We never shut up about it! However if for some reason you don’t, Steam are selling it for 75% off this weekend. That’s just over four quid. Go get it.

If you’re feeling even four-quid skint, also over at Steam, Unreal Tournament 3 Black is free to play all weekend - plus 40% off the full game (Making it just over eight quid). It includes the Titan Pack, which is a hefty newly released expansion for the full game which includes lots of stuff which I’ll lob beneath the cut. As it really is a load of stuff, including the word “behemoth”….
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Primordial Ooze: World Of Goo Prototype

By John Walker on March 7th, 2009.

Nope, can't say we recognise that hand.

2D BOY are offering a really interesting glimpse into the process World of Goo went through, on its way to become the cuddly bundle of ludicrous loveliness that made us crack our ears with smiling last year. These will apparently be in seven stages, and the first is available to download from their site today. It’s a single room, containing some very primitive goo balls, which begin to show some of the characteristics that would form the final game.

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Score Your Day: World Of Goo Soundtrack Released

By John Walker on January 21st, 2009.

Yeah, but can he tapdance?

In good good news news, 2D BOY have released the soundtrack to World of Goo. Anyone who has played the game will know what a fantastic score the game has, and quite how sickeningly talented Kyle Gabler is to have written it all himself. What price would you pay for the lot? Well, it’s free.

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2D BOY Talk Goo

By John Walker on January 15th, 2009.

We all love a blustery day.

Just a quickie – my interview with the lovely chaps at 2D BOY is up on Eurogamer today. We discuss how the game got made, the reasons behind some of the more esoteric decisions, and learn some important facts about the mysterious Allan Blomquist. It’s a fun time.

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The 12 Games of Christmas: World of Goo

By RPS on December 25th, 2008.

To quote from the great prophet: IT’S CHRIIIIIIISSSSSSSSTTTTTTMAAAAASSSS!!!! What we really need is a really, really good game. In fact, our game of the year.

For the 12th game of Christmas, my true blog gave to me…
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David Rosen’s World Of Goo Design Tour

By Jim Rossignol on December 8th, 2008.

My eight-second attention span means that I often go to post stuff four or five times before I make it all the way through to the moment of actually typing it into the RPS interface, and this video by David Rosen of Wolfire is once such much-delayed info-trinket. Thanks to the half dozen people who forwarded the link!


Design Tour – World of Goo from David Rosen on Vimeo.

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World Of Goo Piracy Rate: “82%”

By John Walker on November 15th, 2008.

Too much effort went into this one.

The post yesterday reporting World of Goo’s 90% piracy figure drew a surprising response. The P-word regularly generates comments threads that scare our hosts, but this one was odd. It became a discussion about whether one could disprove the 90% figure, and then extrapolating this to reach peculiar conclusions. Some could see this as people claiming there were far fewer stab wounds than first predicted and therefore there hadn’t been a murder. Others might suggest that fighting over the exact number is completely irrelevant, as that’s not the point of the issue. Now 2D BOY have responded with new look at the figures.

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World of Goo Vs. Piracy

By John Walker on November 14th, 2008.

A mature and helpful addition to the discussion.

2D BOY have posted about the piracy World of Goo has suffered since launch. After Ron Carmel mentioned the figure – 90% – in a comment on RPS this week, the story was picked up across the internet. And it’s shaken a lot of people.

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World Of Goo(d News): Euro Release Imminent

By John Walker on November 12th, 2008.

Such a pretty lady.

Updated below.

Good news, Euro-people. World of Goo is officially reaching our shores this December. Now, obviously you’re sensible enough to have bought the game directly from the 2D BOY site, so haven’t had to wait. But you might know someone silly enough to have not done that for some stupid reason, and now you can let them know the news.

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Mac Gaming Since 1874

By Alec Meer on October 30th, 2008.

So, gaming on Apple machines. Clearly Paganism of the most heinous order, but as it’s nearly Halloween let’s deign to acknowledge it. Anyone do it? Happy stories/horror stories? Despite owning a (hilariously battered) Mac myself, it’s not something I’ve ever especially considered. I was fairly surprised to walk into a computing store in Canada last year and see ranks and ranks of slightly old or slightly silly Mac games there, so I know there is stuff available, but personally I’d stuck to oldies – I’ve got Mac copies of the first two Fallouts – and, er, casualies. Woo Peggle, etc. That, I’d surmised, was pretty much the outer limit of it, at least unless I had one of those hilariously costly high-end Mac desktops that people with tiny beards and expensive spectacles buy. Two Macish stories which suggested the more mainstream Apple systems are rather game-blessed of late caught my passive eye today, though.
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My Pointless Project For The Day…

By Alec Meer on October 21st, 2008.

…was playing World Of Goo using my iPhone as a virtual mouse:

I AM VERY EXCITED AND NOT POSING AT ALL

I am geek, hear me make weird, smug nasal noises. (Also, I apologise for my face.)
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