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What the community says about World of Goo
- "Sadly this game is getting a little long in the tooth. I wouldn't call it one of the best casual indie games on Steam, and in fact the link provided isn't even to Steam! But it is a fun game in a demented way and seems to have a lot of fans given the ratings and number of folks who took time to rate it. The price is reasonable, which I appreciate.""My kids love this game and I have to admit I love it too. It may cost money, but it is so worth it. It has lots of levels and is fun but challenging."
- "This normally isn't my type of game, but some friends talked me into trying it out and I have to admit I found it strangely entertaining. I found it a lot more challenging than it at first appeared and also find myself coming back to play it frequently. It helps that the gameplay is pretty different from most other games like this."
- "World of Goo is one of the all time best mobile games. There are dozens of interesting puzzles and the characters art is really good. A definite must play."
- "I love this puzzle game! It has tons of levels, so I never run out of things to do, and the whole thing is quirky and fun. At just $4.99, this game is a steal. Definitely worth getting for your Android phone to kill time and keep you entertained.""For an indie game, this game is awesome. I love the art and the concept. Just wish they would have it for iPhone."
- "Sure, the World of Goo game is fun and visually pleasing, but it really shouldn't be advertised as a "game for anxiety". I've worked with people with serious anxiety issues, as well as experienced severe anxiety issues myself, and this app is no substitute for true mindfulness exercises (e.g., meditation, deep breathing, CBT). The best benefit I see from this app is those awkward social situations where you're alone at a bar, waiting for a friend, and want to appear busy on your phone. 0.5/5 - only because it's a fun game, NOT because it's helpful in any way for anxiety."
- "The game uses a fun interface to make the users think about math and engineering to achieve goals. It has received awards for its design.""This is an interesting game but it's not built for everyone. Many people would enjoy it as the same time many people would not. "
- "This is an extremely popular and well known game. It's great on both PC and mobile, and the mobile port is definitely a great way to play the game. This is exactly what I want to see in this search criteria, and I'd wholly recommend this to anyone looking for a game like this."
- "This is an extremely fun puzzle/adventure style game. The are different levels to master, and if you're having trouble with one, you can simply move past it. You're not stuck at the level like some other games. The game is at a good medium pace, not too fast and not too slow. I love building the different structures! I would highly recommend this game! ""I had World of Goo on my smartphone for quite a while before I ever tried it on PC. I must say the graphics and user controls are far superior on PC (although I do miss puzzling out a level or two on my phone waiting for my bus). The game play itself is fun, kinda like a more puzzle-y Rube Goldberg version of Angry Birds. Check it out."