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    Catnip fiend. Steve's Avatar
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    Sex World of Goo: Wii

    Okay, just got this for my Wii. It's a physics puzzle game, yes, I'm looking at you, Poop Loops.

    It is retardedly fun, so much so that I have stopped playing other console games just so I can try and beat the fucking first level (I haven't yet). Basically you try and connect the goos to get to the goal. There are hazards and other troublesome spots, so you do have to think way outside of the box.

    This video review is almost entirely spot on, so I'll let him speak for me:


    Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlugedCgfo8

    $15 is cheap for a game of this caliber, though it is available for the computer (here).
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    i thought you said groo


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    games like this should be made slightly more detailed and used to teach students about trusses (perhaps in game data on the forces in each truss/joint, distributed forces, resultants etc).

    I think its more effective to learn in a 'play' environment.

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    World of Goo also has some of the most gorgeous music I've heard in a game in quite some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve
    Okay, just got this for my Wii. It's a physics puzzle game, yes, I'm looking at you, Poop Loops.
    And I started masturbating after reading your first sentence.

    EDIT: 2nd sentence. I can't math today. :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arhetton
    games like this should be made slightly more detailed and used to teach students about trusses (perhaps in game data on the forces in each truss/joint, distributed forces, resultants etc).

    I think its more effective to learn in a 'play' environment.
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