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World of Goo

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World of Goo

Also known as: Goo no Wakusei (JP)
Developer: 2D BOY[1]
Publishers: 2D BOY[1] (Windows, WiiWare US/EU), Nintendo[2] (WiiWare JP)
Platforms: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, WiiWare
Released internationally: October 13, 2008[1] (Windows)
Released in JP: April 21, 2009[2] (WiiWare)
Released in US: October 13, 2008[2] (WiiWare)
Released in EU: December 19, 2008[2] (WiiWare)

AreasIcon.png This game has unused areas.
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World of Goo is a physics-puzzler game where you have to build structures with small balls called "Goo" in order to reach the pipe, or exit.


Read about prototype versions of this game that have been released or dumped.
Prototype Info
Read about prerelease information and/or media for this game.
Prerelease Info

Scrapped Island

Chapter 0, also known as The Moon 2.0 or island6, was a DLC which got scrapped mid-development. It has a level and various strings left over, but the assets are all removed. The level was entitled "Center of the Moon" and is supposedly meant to be a sandbox in the center of the moon. The strings also imply a destroyed state. A sign is leftover, saying "PLACEHOLDER: this is the center of the moon". Its season text would say "one year ago" and the icon is not finished, using Epilogue's icon instead. It exists in the main menu, however has been hardcoded to be hidden.

Unused Levels


An unused test level present in the WiiWare version of the game. It works like Going Up, the first level of the game, but commons are replaced with ivies and the commons that are used to build with are replaced with gooballs named "Thruster". Their purpose stems from an also-unused attribute.

Unused Attributes

Leftover in the game's behaviors are the Thruster and Decay attributes. These are both unused, but are partially completed. Thruster would act like a thruster and thrust the goo, but it does not have any assets associated with it. Decay, meanwhile, is intended to kill the goo after a set amount of time.

It's unknown if these were meant for the unused Moon 2.0 or for a scrapped level.

Unused Sounds


Unused Movies

2D Dupe

"wogcdestroy" is an unused movie file in world of goo which is a duplicate of the 2d boy logo