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Netflix releases World of Goo on May 23


Netflix is ​​releasing a remastered World of Goo, the hit physics-based game from indie developer 2D Boy, for mobile exclusively to the streaming giant. And when it launches on May 23rd, you can play it for free with no ads on in-app purchases regardless of your membership tier. 
The physics game was first launched in 2008 for Microsoft Windows and Wii before making its way to Android, iOS, Mac OS, Linux and Switch in the following years. To win a level in the game you will have to use goo balls to build structures and bypass pits, hills and other obstacles. There are several types of goo, each with its own unique ability, reports engadget.  
The remaster version still has the same levels, puzzles, and areas, but the art has been updated to double the resolution of the original game. It's also optimized for modern screen sizes so it looks good on any device. The game will save your progress across devices, but note that it tracks each profile individually. 
And back in March, Netflix announced its plans to add nearly 40 more titles to its game library , in the hopes that you'll be able to find at least one you like, at which time Netflix VP of outdoor games Leanne Loombe said users were drawn in. They mostly fall into three specific types of games, including titles they recognize from elsewhere and those that encourage everyday play, and World of Goo definitely fits into those two categories.