World of Goo Speedrun in 31 Minutes

World of Goo speed run in 31 MINUTES, made possible by cyborgs. Perhaps someone can explain this better than me, but here’s how I think this works: A bright young fan of World of Goo turned on their Nintendo Wii, and then legitimately purchased a copy of World of Goo from WiiWare, and then merged his or her brain with a quantum time vortex computer, and PLAYED EVERY SINGLE LEVEL in like 0.2 seconds each, finishing the entire game in 31 minutes, 99% of that time waiting for cutscenes and animations. Each, animation an eternity. A hummingbird’s wings flap leisurely outside the window.

Many of the special techniques also appear to have been scooped up from the forums and folks at GooFans. Brilliant job, Internet.


7 Responses to “World of Goo Speedrun in 31 Minutes”

  1. Mygod Says:

    Oh my!

  2. Pavke Says:

    Congrats to cyborgs. This is most impressive.

  3. Mark H (aka MOM4Evr) Says:

    Very impressive. Tool-assisted speedruns are pretty wild. If I recall correctly, the non-assisted speed (assuming the world record for time matched in every level) is somewhere around 45 minutes or so? So what’s more impressive is that NOT being a cyborg-brain is only a few minutes behind this. I think those times are calculated minus cutscenes, however.

  4. Pavke Says:

    Kyle, Ron. If you are reading this I just like to point out that humans are still faster on MOM’s Computer and Deliverance ( Recucle Bin) levels… I guess we are better in computers the computer programs /bad joke :)

  5. discount coupons codes for eastbay Says:

    you rock man!! tks for the blog about it.
    That would be good to see the comparison of these DCI technologies from the design point of view.

  6. Maria Jay Says:

    This looks like a fun game. Too bad I don’t have a Wii. BTW, the eyes you have at the bottom of this page are quite creepy. Really annoying when writing this comment. LOL.

  7. ri3o Says: