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  • Mastertronic hopes to appeal to wider audience with new Indie label

    Mastertronic Group has launched a new label for indie titles called Great Indie Games and the first game to make the cut is World of Goo, slated for a July release. Great Indie Games will bring independent games to retail to gain a wider audience than just through digital distribution, where most indie titles are […]

  • Amazon now selling download codes for WiiWare games

    Amazon has started offering WiiWare games through the site by selling download codes. First one up is World of Goo for $19.99. The online retailer already does the same for Xbox Live titles, and digital downloads for PC games. Wonder how long it will be before PSN titles are offered. Via NeoGAF.

  • 2DBoy to speak at Nordic Game

    2DBoy’s Kyle Gabler will deliver a speech at Nordic Game titled, “Developing your own game”. It’s actually part of the show’s Career Expo bit, but it’ll be a good look at the thinking behind making World of Goo, if nothing else. Nordic Game and it Career Expo will be held on May 19-20 in Malmö, […]

  • Play an early dev version of World of Goo

    2DBoy is posting a seven-part series depicting the beginnings of World of Goo all the way through to the end of development. The first one posted allows you to download and play an early build. Hit the link above to do just that. Thanks, GoNintendo.

  • World of Goo now on $5 on Steam

    World of Goo, the award winning physics based puzzle/construction game is now available on Steam for $4.99. If you don’t have it already, go get it if you feel like dropping “living, squirming, talking, globs of goo to build structures, bridges, cannonballs, zeppelins, and giant tongues.” Wow. Thanks, Heitzu.

  • World of Goo bringing physics-based fun to Japan

    The WiiWare version of World of Goo is headed to Japan. Soon, goo balls regurgitated by beastly frogs will be used to build bridges in the East as well. Praise be. Nintendo will be the distributor and Japanese gamers can expect it sometime this spring.

  • Updated World of Goo Linux and Mac demos released

    Haven’t played World of Goo yet? Linux or Mac user? You’re in luck. Updated demos for both are now available here and here. Not exactly sure what “updated” entails, but it should give you something to do later at any rate.

  • World of Goo Linux is success for 2D Boy

    The Linux version of World of Goo has been a rollicking success for 2D Boy, with the launch seeing over 40 percent more games sold via the company’s website in one day than ever before. From here: It’s only been 2 days since the release of the Linux version and it already accounts for 4.6% […]

  • World of Goo publisher files for bankruptcy protection

    World of Goo publisher Brighter Minds Media has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The firm made the move on January 28. Unlike Chapter 7, which means the company’s to be liquidated, Chapter 11 is a step to allow the firm involved to remain in control of its assets while it reorganizes. Brighter Minds publishes […]

  • EA can learn a lot from World of Goo, says Peter Moore

    Peter Moore has updated his blog to reveal that he believes a game as simple but as effective as 2D Boy’s World of Goo is something EA Sports could learn a lot from. “By every admission, I am more of a sports guy and this isn’t my default cup of tea, but there’s a ton […]

  • World of Goo has 90% piracy rate, says 2D Boy

    World of Goo designer Ron Carmel has claimed in this RPS thread that World of Goo has a 90 percent piracy rate. Carmel claims he’s seen torrent sites with “500 seeders and 300 leechers” and has received emails from people bought the game after downloading it, although that number makes upa “very small percentage.” Luckily, […]

  • World of Goo coming to WiiWare in Europe

    2DBoy’s confirmed that World of Goo is to launch on WiiWare in Europe, as you can see here. The game’s “most likely” to cost 1,500 Wii Points, as it does in the US, and will be exactly the same game that’s already been released across the Pond. Plenty of detail through there. Thanks, Tonka!

  • World of Goo released for Mac

    This has to be the ultimate package for office designers with sculpted facial hair and effortless haircuts – 2D Boy’s World of Goo’s been released for Mac. If this you? Get it here.

  • World of Goo demo goes live

    A World of Goo demo’s gone up on FileFront. At a piffling 33Mb, you don’t really have much of an excuse. The indie kids are going bonkers over it at the moment, so you could do worse than have a nose. Thanks, RPS.

  • Embargo passes for Nintendo Media Summit impressions

    1up’s gone live with a heap of impressions from last week’s Nintendo Media Summit in the US. They did it first, so they get the links. Look: LostWinds! FFCC: My Life as a King Guitar Hero: On Tour LostWinds Star Wars: The Force Unleashed Samba de Amigo Boom Blox Update: Here’s Eurogamer’s stuff. So that’s […]

  • New World of Goo movie released

    After the link. The WiiWare game looks like lots of fun, if we’re being honest, but there’s no release date as yet. Take a look.

  • Nintendo Media Summit day two live blogged

    Want to read some sketchy notes about a really long WiiWare presentation in America? Course you do. IGN live blogged the second day of Nintendo’s Media Summit just in case you do. There’s stuff in there about Strong Bad, World of Goo and the fact Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles and Major League Eating were playable […]

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