For The Casual Gamer: World of Goo

World of Goo is a game on Google Play that is one of the “Editor’s Choice’s.” World of Goo has won tons of different awards, and you might be familiar with it on the PC, as it is an indie game that is often featured on the Steam client, and is also mentioned around the internet quite often. World of Goo is interesting, it’s like a puzzle game, but at the same time has a vibrant environment to sort of “explore.” It’s a full award winning game, that has more recently come to the Android platform. Honestly, the game is strangely thrilling and rewarding, and that is what makes it fun.

To win the game, you have to drag and drop these really weird gobs of goo to build different structures and bridges to get to the end of the map. After that, you win the level and go on to the next one. I think this game really makes you think, it really makes you think on how to complete the level. It’s not another Angry Birds where you just launch them and hope for the best. World of Goo literally makes you think and requires some brain activity, which is pretty beneficial if you’re playing the game during the work day on break or something.

It’s also very much worth nothing that the game on Android is currently 60% off for World of Goo’s birthday, and is 80% off on the PC. So, wherever you purchase it, it’s only going to cost you $1.99. $2 for a casual game, that has tons of content, and the fact that it is extremely successful, is entirely worth purchasing. Playing the game, I had a lot of fun with it, and it really is for those who enjoy casual experiences, and maybe only have a little bit of time to play games.

The game is challenging, it is fun, and it is probably one of the best indie games on the Android platform. Indie games are extremely popular on the PC, they get tons of recognition and tons of publicity, but on the Android platform, it is sort of lacking. That said, World of Goo was a extremely perfect title that would work extremely well on the Android platform. Thankfully it got ported there, and is actually one of the best ports I have ever seen, it’s entirely better than what Electronic Arts ports over to Android.

Overall, World of Goo is a fantastic game if you are just looking to have a little fun before you head to bed, or if you’re looking for something to relax with during your break at work. If you’re interested in picking up World of Goo for Android, you can purchase it for $1.99 during its 60% sale on Google Play by hitting the download link below. I can honestly say that if you are looking for a casual game, World of Goo is something that you really need to look at and consider.

Give it a try, I promise you will enjoy it!

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