It seems that World Of Goo will never die. The popular indie physics puzzler game, which was released on the PC all the way back in 2008 before coming to the Wii and iOS, is now available on the Android Market.
The basic gameplay concepts remain the same. Your task in each level is to complete a goal by building structures using, well, goo. Physics becomes the main opponent, as you’ll have to deal not only with gravity but also wind, fire, moving environments and more.
Of course, the Android version is optimized for touch input, but otherwise there are no new or special features. No features have been taken away, either, which means that online leaderboards and all of the original game’s levels are available.
In celebration of the release, developer 2D Boy is discounting the game to $2.99 until December 5th. After that, the price goes up to $4.99, which remains an awesome value. Every version of the game released so far has received a game-of-the-year award, and the PC version of the game is still $20.
If you’re still skeptical, or you’re concerned your device won’t run the game, there’s a free demo [No Longer Available]. Both the demo and the full game require a device running Android 2.2 or newer.