BackgroundWorld of Goo was created by Ron Carmel and Kyle Gabler. The two of them left Electronic Arts to form their own studio, 2DBoy and began work on a game that would be fun to players, something they have never done before, and also interesting to everyone watching.
GameplayTo play you must lead balls of goo to the pipe at the end of the level. To do so, you must first build various structures of different heights to get them there. The structures are built with the different types of goo and users can check how they do against others with planned online capabilities.
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