On Friday night, Netflix and Tomorrow Corporation announced that the remaster of World of Goo will hit iOS and Android on May 23rd worldwide. The indie classic is currently available on Android and iOS as a paid game and it was our iPad Game of the Year in 2010. I enjoyed it a lot on iPad back then, and eventually replayed it on iPhone. The puzzler featuring millions of goo balls and amazing music will see a remaster hit mobile this month through Netflix Games. The remaster is currently available on PC platforms already. The physics-based puzzler’s remaster will also mean that the original game is being delisted. The official announcement from Tomorrow Corporation confirms that the classic version of World of Goo will be delisted on May 11th. You will still be able to redownload it if you own it. Watch the trailer for the original release of World of Goo below:
On Netflix Games, World of Goo Remastered will also feature additional localizations with the total amount of languages supported including: English, Spanish (Spain), Spanish (Latin America), French, German, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Hungarian, Korean, Japanese, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Portuguese (Brazil), and Turkish. This version will also support modern screen sizes and cloud save support through Netflix profile. I’m sad to see the original get delisted, but this remaster will likely be the best version of the indie classic. I’m looking forward to playing it when it releases on May 23rd for iOS and Android. If you’d like to grab the original game before it is delisted on May 11th, use the link for iOS here and Android here. Have you played World of Goo before or will you be trying it through World of Goo Remastered on May 23rd through Netflix?
Note: The links on this page for World of Goo are for the original version. These links will likely stop working soon since the game is being delisted.