Sticky balls are the linchpin of World of Goo. With the mouse, you can string them together to create bridges and chains. The goal of each level: to reach a pipe that sucks the softballs to freedom. Similar to the classic Bridge Builder, World of Goo is based on a complex physics calculation: the adventurous constructions built from the Goos sway menacingly in the wind, groaning under their weight. Each level presents itself with a new idea or unique feature, and the Goos and tools also differ: Sometimes, you have to carry a shaky construction over abysses with balloons, sometimes you have to blow up an obstacle with a matching chain - always exciting, always fair. Each of the five chapters has its theme and design. The developers pull out all the stops here. The 2D graphic style surprises with a versatile design and butter-soft animations, some levels resemble surreal works of art. The game is accompanied by beautiful music, which lends the game a melancholic, sometimes stirring atmosphere.