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Best Video Games for Moms

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World of Goo (Nintendo Wii, Windows, Mac OS X)


World of Goo is a puzzle game in which players must use multifarious blobs of goo to build pathways across treacherous environments. Different types of goo have different physical properties, all of which must be intelligently employed to build structures like bridges and towers. With a Metacritic score of 94 points out of a possible 100, World of Goo is one of the most critically acclaimed independent games in recent years.

Next: Animal Crossing: Wild World (Nintendo DS)

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