The world has been overrun by civilization. With the expansion of mankind, the amount of preserved ecosystems is dwindling. It's up to the gomies to make the world beautiful again!
Winner of the Best Adventure Game of 2009 Award
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From the team that brought you Trace comes a brand new adventure, Gomi!
"4.5 Stars - Creative Genius"
"4/4 - Our hats are off to Bovinedragon for combining stellar sound, gameplay and graphics into an engaging and entertaining adventure."
"The dedication put in by the developers can be seen pouring out of every little detail within this game"
- 8 unique worlds, with 140+ stages!
- 8 minigames!
- 12 hours of gameplay!
- Intense boss battles!
- 8 unique abilities!
- Hundreds of achievements!
- Hundreds of playable Gomies!
- Over one hour of original music!
TONS OF GAMEPLAY
More worlds and more stages than Trace, and every one lasts minutes instead of seconds.
Eight addicting minigames that are about the quality of your average cheap iPhone game, if not more.
12 HOURS OF GAMEPLAY
One playthrough of the game provides 12 hours of gameplay, not including playing any minigames or getting any achievements!
CHALLENGING BOSS BATTLES
8 boss stages; one for each world. As with the rest of the game, these are not your standard 'jump on it 3 times to kill it' platforming game standards.
Completing each boss stage unlocks a new ability to use throughout the game, including super size, flick dash, and super jump.
Every stage has multiple achievements, from setting high scores to getting the fastest time. The minigames all have many achievements as well.
PERSONALIZE YOUR GOMI
Hundreds of playable Gomies! Highlights include - Ninja Star, Sun, Butterfly, Poo, and many more!
Like the music? Search 'Taylor Calderone' on Bandcamp.
Improved graphics quality.
Increased Gomi movement speed.
Many bug fixes.
Ratings and Reviews
On the surface, Gomi seems like an easy, braindead platformer that does not require any thought. Upon playing the game though, you learn that there is more thinking involved in eating waste than it initially seems. To achieve the achievements for each level, you have to plan how to continuously eat items to get the achievements. However, the boss fights make the game an interesting experience. Unlike many platformers, you mostly have to target weak spots in the boss to beat the boss. There are other boss level scenarios aside from tackling weak points, though, such as stopping a forest fire. The only annoying thing about the boss fights is that even for the multi-phase bosses in the regular mode, there are no check points for each phase of the boss you go through, making the boss fights sometimes be more tedious than fun. The soundtrack of the game is an electronic soundtrack that flows well with the game's simplistic graphics, allowing you to enjoy the experience more. However, Gomi also comes with 8 minigames that unlock as you beat bosses. Gomi's duality as a calming but difficult game surely makes an interesting game, being able to be a good game to play anywhere.
This game is the game from my childhood that is still awesome today😁
Wow! I am really impressed with the originality of this game! It takes the simplicity of a 2d game and incorporates a 3d-like factor that makes it very enjoyable and replayable! You are continually unlocking new things, new Gomi's, and new minigames. The levels are well designed and fun to play. The normal levels are for just getting these achievments, which are very hard to get (too hard). And the bosses add a puzzle to the mix and are very challenging. The final boss takes it to an extreme, so I don't think very many peole will be able to beat it. Some of the bosses don't really give any indication of where you're supposed to attack them. A few of the minigames are more on the original side, but the rest are just boring. Oh, and the game is continually rotating, so some people may get sick from playing this game. I had to get used to the rotating feel of the game. Over all 9/10, and definately worth the price!
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