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De Blob (Wii)
- de Blob: Flip, bounce, smash and spray your way past the all-powerful I.N.K.T. Corporation, or super-size your blob to combat the enemy head-on.
- Inky Enemies: Battle hordes of tank battalions, speedy I.N.K.T. racers and elite Inky soldiers on your quest to free the citizens of Chroma City.
- Chroma City: Make a mess over ten expansive districts of towering skyscrapers,expansive bridges and massive landmarks.
- Remix your Home: Choose your own style of custom paints, patterns, and soundtracks to make your mark on Chroma City.
- Colour Revolutionaries: Discover the ways of the resistance with Prof, Arty, Bif,and Zip in sprint, race and combat challenges.
- Multiplayer: Compete for control as ink levels rise and wind cannons fire in eight multiplayer-specific gameplay modes.
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- Platform: Nintendo Wii
- Media: Video Game
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A mischievous and unlikely hero, only de Blob can flip, bounce and smash his way past the all-powerful I.N.K.T. Corporation to ignite a revolution and save Chroma City from a future without colour. Battle against massive tank battalions, speedy I.N.K.T. racers and elite Inky soldiers on your quest to free the citizens of Chroma City. Join the Colour Revolutionaries to refine your skills while making a mess. The race to rescue Chroma City has just begun, and only de Blob can save the world from a black-and-white future.
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Top Customer Reviews
I would say not and for a NUMBER of reasons.
Firstly, the premise is brilliant.
Chroma city has been taken over by the Inkys who want nothing more but to sap the bright vibrant colours out of the place and enforce their strict regime on everyone. No individuality; no freedom of speech; Just grey cities and grey people.
It's up to you, as De Blob (a....errrm blob), to bring back the colour to chroma city and it's people!
Each level takes place in a different area of Chroma city and gives you a time limit which you can expand in various different ways; for example, by completing different challenges within the levels or even by freeing the gradians (the inhabitants of chroma city) by colouring in various buildings. Within the HUGE levels, there are so many of these challenges and gradians to free (each adding roughly a minute on to your time) that it's practically impossible to run out of time.
Each level is HUGE but they never feel big enough to get lost in largely because they're separated into smaller areas or sections. Although the architecture never really changes, as all the levels are within the same city, each level does feel different and unique as you progress, as each level is in a different area of chroma city ranging from the docks, to more in land areas with complex transport systems and LOADS of buildings.
It's the colour aspect of the game, which naturally becomes the driving force of the game's gameplay.
You can choose between seven colours; red, yellow, blue, orange, green, purple and brown.Read more ›
The premise is simple. Your world has lost all its colour due to an invasion by INKT, an evil dictatorship that wants to control the land and stamp out all colour. The people of the world have been imprisoned and only you and a few puddles of colour can make a difference.
This involves bouncing around, hitting creatures that are stealing the colours and getting the paint all over you, then spreading it to buildings by touching them. Completing a block of buildings frees the people inside and also opens switches to gates and colour restorers. To open the gate you need to have enough colour power before you can advance to the next stage.
In essence this is pretty simple. Avoid the hazards (black ink spills and creatures out to get you) plus the water which will wash off any ink and try to paint the buildings before the time runs out. The more ink you manage to capture the larger you get and the higher you can jump, useful for reaching taller buildings. Things start easy and get more complicated as you go on, having to paint in certain colours for instance, but the first few stages are great for getting used to your bouncing blob.
In addition to this there are 2 other modes to play. The first is a multiplayer game where you can choose to have a paint-off, chase the `it' blob who can paint or race to a specific location. The second is a free paint mode, which you can unlock by completing levels of the game and lets you just mess about in the world without any dangers holding you up.Read more ›
But, in single player mode even thou we have enjoyed it, There is no way of saving your your game if you need to stop mid level, meaning you need at least an hour, but thats the only problem. If you like fast fire shoot-em ups this is not for you.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really like this game. gets a bit boring after playing it a few times though. Good fo what i paidPublished 13 months ago by damocles
One of the more unique Wii titles. Great visuals and soundtrack which responds to your on screen activities. A relaxing, interesting and most importantly fun game. Read morePublished 19 months ago by STEPHEN NICHOLL
De blob is a good game with two major drawbacks, the first is that in order to jump you have to swing the controller that is, for me, an unnecessary replacement of the classic... Read morePublished on 1 Feb. 2014 by Lakis
De Blob starts well, very well. Initially it is fun, very fun. But as the novelty wears off, you find yourself going through the motions, as the tasks get steadily more frustrating... Read morePublished on 30 Nov. 2013 by Trompe Le Monde
A bit old, sure, but great little game. Bought a used one, but looked new. Recomended for colourfull spirits. Paint!Published on 5 Sept. 2013 by Rodrigo Chora
I bought this as a stocking filler for my kids at Christmas and although the game is very clever, well thought out and quite engaging it was far beyond their ability to play or... Read morePublished on 19 Jan. 2013 by Mr Brant