World of Goo, already a hit on WiiWare, PC and iOS, is building a gooey bridge to Android. Yes, that means phones and tablets, says 2D Boy, which is "working out the final kinks in the machinery." [2D Boy]
2D Boy's more portable version of WiiWare and PC great World of Goo is due for the iPhone "soonish," according to its developers. The better news is that it will launch at 99 cents and will be free for those who already own the iPad version. More at 2D Boy.
2D Boy, makers of WiiWare/PC hit World of Goo, are bringing their game to Apple's iPad, bringing with it support for up to 11 fingers at once. When can we expect this all-new, touchscreen-controlled World of Goo?
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2D Boy's pay-what-you-like sale on World of Goo has ended, with statistics showing that Brazilians are generous, PC gamers are cheap, and posting mid-point results is an excellent way to up your price averages.
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