On May 23, Netflix will add 2D BOY’s indie video game World of Goo to its growing collection of titles with a remastered version for iOS and Android. Only Netflix subscribers may play the 2008 popular game without being bothered by adverts or forced to make questionable in-app purchases.
Cult favourite video game World of Goo is a physics-based puzzle game where players may find new Goo Balls and explore amazingly beautiful worlds. The World of Goo Corporation encourages users to exercise their creativity by giving each Goo Ball its own set of abilities and letting them construct their own elaborate buildings.
New and improved graphics optimised for a range of screen resolutions may be expected in the enhanced version of the game. Cloud saving allows players may experiment with strange materials for cannonballs and bridges without fear of losing their creations.
The improved version may be tried out at no additional cost by anyone who has a Netflix account. In the meanwhile, if you’re interested in familiarising yourself with World of Goo before the remastered release, it’s available as a premium title on the iOS App Store and on the Google Play Store for $4.99 USD or your regional equivalent. You can get a feel for the game’s vibe by viewing the movie we attached above, in addition to visiting the official site.
Are you interested in finding additional portable games that will challenge your skills? Here are some of the best Android puzzle games you can play right now.
Netflix has announced that the indie video game World of Goo, created by studio 2D BOY, would be released for iOS and Android in a remastered form on May 23. The game will be exclusive to Netflix subscribers, who will be able to enjoy the 2008 smash hit without having to deal with intrusive ads or risky in-app purchases.
Discover more Goo Balls and explore fantastically magical levels in World of Goo, a physics-based puzzle video game with a cult following. Each Goo Ball will have its own unique set of skills, and players may exercise their imaginations further by stacking blocks in World of Goo Corporation.
The upgraded edition of the game will have updated visuals and higher quality that’s been fine-tuned for a variety of display sizes. The inclusion of cloud save support means that players may build cannonballs and bridges out of wacky materials without worrying about losing their work.
If you have a Netflix account and are interested in giving the remastered version a try, you may do so immediately and without cost. If you can’t wait for the remastered release, you can get World of Goo now as a premium title on the iOS App Store and on the Google Play Store for $4.99 each, or the equivalent in your location. For further information about the game, visit the official website, or watch the embedded video above to get a sense for the game’s atmosphere.
Looking for other games that put your skills to the test on your mobile device? Check out our selection of the top Android puzzle games now!