World of Goo is now available for free on PC

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World of Goo is now available for free on PC

World of Goo is now available for free on PC

World of Goo released on PC and the Nintendo Wii back in 2008, being praised on both platforms for the title's art style, gameplay and technical accomplishments, receiving high review scores from several gaming publications at launch.

Now, World of Goo is available for free on PC via the Epic Games Store, and better still the game is being updated with a new internal framework to support higher resolutions, wider aspect ratios and offer higher-resolution artwork. 

Originally, World of Goo only supported 800x600 resolutions, 4:3 aspect ratios and only supported Windows. Thanks to Epic Games, the original creator if the game has been able to recreate the title with support for Windows, Linux and MacOS, 16:9 aspect ratios, higher resolution graphics and a several other features that were previously only available on the game's Nintendo Switch version. 

Thanks to Epic Games, PC users don't only have access to free copies of World of Goo, they have access to a remastered edition of the game. Better still, all existing owners of the game's PC version on Steam and GOG can also have access to World of Goo's new features and graphical updates.   

World of Goo is now available for free on PC  

World of Goo is available for free on the Epic Games Store until May 16th, after which Stories Untold will be available for free on the storefront. Epic Games has committed to bringing PC gamers a free game every two weeks on their retail store, confirming that they plan to offer free games for the entirety of 2019. 

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Most Recent Comments

03-05-2019, 06:43:32

OMG i completely forgot about this game. For me it is ranked with Baldur's Gate, and very few others, as one of the greatest games ever made. I really didn't need this addiction to return.Quote

03-05-2019, 07:12:59

Oh man I remember this from WiiWare's launch many years ago, great game.Quote

03-05-2019, 07:58:32

I'll have to check this out. I like physics based games. Carried away is also great fun.Quote

03-05-2019, 08:22:38

The only time I ever fire up the Epic store, is grab free stuff. Quote

03-05-2019, 08:29:29

Originally Posted by Bagpuss View Post
The only time I ever fire up the Epic store, is grab free stuff.
I have no gripe about Epic Store. I have a gripe that you need a Launcher for every game. And there are more, and more every day. Battle.net, Twitch, Steam, Origin, Uplay, Epic, Steam... Come on. What happened to a nice icon on desktop?Quote

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