Summary: I bought this for my 5 year old. I wanted a non-violent, affordable, fun little something for him to play. Pros: the game is colorful, I haven't run into any violence what-so-ever so far. The price is great for a video game.
Summary: I thought that this game would be a lot of fun, but I just can't get into it. It's either too easy and boring or too difficult and frustrating. The character runs around bumping into buildings and coloring them-that's about it.
Summary: This game is very creative and different. I found it to be fun (mom) but it was very difficult for my 4 (almost 5) year old to comprehend. Some of the challenges involve too complicated of moves for younger children. I think it would be a lot fun for children ages 8 and over.
Good gift for most ages, worth a few plays to anyone.
K. Hanley, Amazon
19 December 2008
Summary: I'm tossing a review in here before I'm finished with the game to help folks who are buying gifts. Your younger kids can play this, and they will likely enjoy it. If they have trouble with the controls, there is a free paint option (no timer!
Summary: 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 and the missions get ever more predictable.
Excerpt: My son asked for this game when he was six and my daughter was five and I thought it looked really good so got it for him. I wish I hadn't though! The premise of this game is that de Blob has to restore colour to his city Chroma which has been taken over by Comrade Black and the INKT Corporation and...