Summary: This game is an excellent game. In this game, De Blob starts off by trying to find Comrade Black, the villain from the first game who made the world in a grayscale, oppressive regime, and he tracks him to the island, which is the first level of the game, but the villain has escaped, and then De Blob finds out about a new cult and their leader, Papa Blanc, and they are doing things that seem kind of familiar..
Summary: There are some positives and negatives to Deblob 2. Likes: -Use A to jump instead of slamming remote. Makes it easier to defeat bad guys and move around. -It's more clear what your next step should be. In the first game, I would lose time because I wasn't sure where to go next. -When getting paint from Paint Bots, you can target with Z+A to jump on them, rather than roll into them. Before, it was always a problem with rolling on the wrong color.
Summary: I was really looking forward to this game but what a let down. It was not good. I got dizzy so much from the camera whether I moved it or not. Not only that, but there were a lot of cut scenes and stuff in between missions. Just didn't like it.
Summary: Granted, he loved the original DeBlob - with good reason, it's a great game. DeBlob 2 isn't exactly the same. The jumping / slamming is a push button instead of an arm swing. Personally, I like that change. The color mixing is not featured as much - I don't care for that change. The color mixing is a great "teach primary and secondary colors" device. Also, this game has a lot of underground and tunnel action, which is all 2-D, instead of the aboveground 3-D action.
Summary: If you have OCD or ADD this game is for. Running all over the place having to touch things and make them colorful was fun. I love colorful things and enjoyed making a black and white world more colorful.