De Blob

Published by THQ, Developed by Blue Tongue

Genres: Action (4 players)

US release date: Sep 22nd, 2008 | EU release date: Sep 26th, 2008

De Blob

The Blob is a third person action maze challenge with a colorful, fun and shapely animated character everyone will love!

Featuring ball-rolling and color spray gameplay mechanics of captivating fluidity and an evolutionary design, gamers will laugh and play for hours.

Are you ready to wreak havoc in the streets of an alien city? Enter a world where color is outlawed and the citizens are like zombies. Your mission as the Blob is to return color into the world so the citizens can snap out of their trance-like state and become funky!

As the Blob uses the city as a playground to decorate he is forced to take on the evil INKT Corporation agents. Constantly under attack, the Blob in his own quirky way fights back. Rolling, bouncing and crushing are his weapons!

The object is to color and/or stencil as many buildings in the city as possible while avoiding the enemy. Race against time moving at Blob speed, or choose your own pace. The city is a canvas and The Blob is your paint brush!

Take the action to the next level. Compete against 2-4 other players in
the quest for multiplayer Blob supremacy.

This fresh new concept will appeal to everyone. Casual gamers will enjoy the simple and infectious aspects of the game such as the fluid animation and wacky Blob maneuvers. The hard core gamers can take on the challenge of earning as many rewards as possible and unlocking several hidden elements. It's an experience for all to enjoy that's like no other!


  • Urban exploration - control a fun animated Blob to transform an oppressive and hostile city into a vibrant, colorful and happy place.
  • Real-time painting of cities
  • Players can take photos of their painted city to make "postcards," which can be saved and shared online.
  • A number of unique locations with a different balance of game play puzzles and level objects.
  • Compete against others in a range of multiplayer modes in the quest for winning Blob supremacy.
  • Simple intuitive controls, which allow a unique use of the Wii controller offering gamers an animated playing experience.
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User comments


Scooby Jew said:

Looks innovative, I couldn't really gather much more from those screenshots.


Gamefreak said:

De Blob, the next Katamari Damacy (so says everyone).


WiiObsessed said:

This game actually looks very promising. I will most likely be getting it.


w3 said:

What kind of game is this?


InsertPageUp said:

You're a blob that colors a lifeless, colorless, boring city.


WiiNinja said:

This game looks pretty impressive. Students made this game! I love the originality.


Coryd10 said:

This looks fun. I fail Art every year.


Eljize Blize said:

Looks good, better be lengthy though with no weird creepy people or music.


Nintendoof said:

I want this game a LOT.


Diddy Kong Lover said:

This had better be good. I don't trust THQ, it's like Sierra (Crash) and Acclaim after 64 (Mortal Kombat).


WiiNinja said:

Platforming, creative expression, and really cool music; this game delivers.

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