Connect blobs of red in order to create some sort of wobbly unstable tower with no purpose.
In what appears to be an imitation (the sincerest form of flattery) of Tower of Goo, connect the blobs in order to make a tower. In fact, it is a Tower of Goo knock-off. But that doesn't change the fact that I really want World of Goo to be released soon (it's one game I'd pay for!)
Anyway, to alleviate any stresses I'm having about that release, here comes a review of a game which is kind of, sort of, a little bit, maybe like it. The differences are thus: This game has horrible graphics and its not that easy to make a tower. There, I said it.
Something which is nice, is you can freely create single blobs which aren't a part of the direct structure. Double click a single blob and the resulting blob will only be stuck to that one. This seems to be the easiest way to create a wide base. Building upwards, unfortunately, is not so easy.
You see, when building up, its only possible to connect a blob to two others. You can't connect horizontally. This means your tower won't be constructed of triangles, but more diamond shapes. That's not very cool.
What is cool is the unstable ground. This would make for an additional challenge if building up were easy at all. The other thing which is nice is the ground graphics. Their nice and subtle and look pretty. I don't know why.
To summarise: You're better off playing Tower of Goo. But if you've maxed that and the World of Goo demo out, this might - but probably won't - alleviate your anticipations somewhat.