Blob's origins are mysterious, but he rolled up at the right place and the right time to be the hero that the Color Underground was looking for. Music surrounds him and color energy flows through him; with his touch Blob can literally make the world a better place. Blob represents individuality and determination. Blob is good hearted but lazy. He is often late, but he always comes through.
The free-spirited, color-absorbing, amorphous glob of goo is back in a much deserved sequel. The first game, which started out as a PC indie game, later became a sleeper hit for the Wii in 2008. Does this latest outing on all major consoles bring back the enjoyable, color-centric gameplay? De Blob 2 is, in truth, largely similar to its predecessor. The storyline continues with Blob reaching Prisma City where Papa Blanc, secretly Comrade Black from the first game in disguise, is up to no good, deploying his band of Inkies and attempting to rig the election in his favor. Needless to say, all of the color gets sucked out of everything and everyone, and it's Blob's job to restore it. If you've played the first game, the mechanics will all seem very familiar, but a few... Read Review