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World of Goo Previews - Wii

World of Goo
  • Publisher: 2D Boy
  • Genre:Puzzle
  • Developer: 2D Boy
  • Release Date:Oct 13, 2008
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Comic Mischief)
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Game Description: World of Goo is a physics based puzzle / construction game. The millions of Goo Balls that live in the beautiful World of Goo don't know that they are in a game ... or that they are extremely delicious.
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    X-Play gets a backstage look at the upcoming WiiWare game, World of Goo.

    Posted: Apr 24, 2008 | 7,099 Views | 02:01 | 2 Comments


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    Posted: October 6, 2008

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