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First Two Videos of A Boy and His Blob Wii!

First Two Videos of A Boy and His Blob Wii!

by Bradley DeLorenzoMarch 4, 2009

A Boy and His Blob Nintendo Wii Gameplay – Use that Blob

A Boy and His Blob Nintendo Wii Gameplay – Underground


A look back at the orignal
(It was in my NES collection during the 80’s)

The classic platforming adventure of a young boy and his jellybean-eating blob returns to the Wii in a completely new, refreshing gaming experience. Developed by WayForward and based on the beloved 1989 NES original, the rebirth of this classic title expands upon the original platform adventure and features groundbreaking hand-drawn and painted animation technology.

In A Boy and His Blob, an evil emperor has seized the throne of Blobolonia, and the fate of its inhabitants lies in the hands of the blob and a young boy he encounters when he crash lands on Earth. Playing the part of the boy, gamers must work together with their new blob friend to solve puzzles, defeat monsters, and escape danger on Earth and Blobolonia. By feeding the blob jelly beans, players can activate his special abilities to transform him into helpful tools — including a ladder, trampoline, parachute, cannon, shield and many more. Every different blob form aids the boy as he navigates 40 side-scrolling levels filled with hidden treasures and unlockable bonus content on the way to the Emperor’s Citadel. Classic beans such as Licorice Ladder, Apple Jack, and Tangerine Trampoline, are joined by all-new jellybeans, including Bubble Gum Bubble and Caramel Cannon to provide a brand new play experience that only Wii can provide!

Exclusively on Wii
Release Date: September 30, 2009

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Bradley DeLorenzo
  • March 4, 2009 at 11:55 pm

    Looks pretty good!

  • Shazard
    March 5, 2009 at 2:57 am

    i remember playing the nes one long ago. i was to stupid to figure things out. this looks awesome though. good year for Ninty. More 3rd parties are gonna wish they took the Wii more seriously………….. CAPCOM!

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