Game: Goblins 2 Go
Time to Play: <5 Minutes.
Created by the same people who made the brilliant Snipperclips on Nintendo Switch, this is a game about genetically engineering Goblins for a relentless consumer society that only wants the best. And it’s so cute and fun about it.
You play as a little sorceress, who has a willing supply of goblins to will jump into her cauldron. Various customers then turn up, and ask for a specific Goblin-type to be made. Using your selection of potions, you need to pour just the right amount into the goblin-filled cauldron, to fulfil their order. Take one of your base Goblin squares, and make them into the monster they can be!
There is not fail-state, or overriding objective in Goblins 2 Go. Much like Morning Post which we discussed last week, the game is simply about having fun with the tools given to you. Just add a touch of Buff Boy, a little bit of Hench Haunch, with a dash of Long Long Legs, and you’ve got yourself a lanky powerhouse Goblin, with a cute little smile on his face.
Brilliantly, each Goblin you make is graded on a percentage scale, to see how close you are to your customers brief. However, most of the fun here is with the failures that you make.
- What was the best Goblin you made? (I managed to get an 84%
match with one)
- When creating a character in a game, what habits do you have?
Do you make them look like you, or do you go crazy with the editor to see what
you can make?
- ‘Sugar, Spice and all things nice’, but what are you made