Summary: my son is 4 years old and realy likes this game the only reason im not giving it a 5 is because it is a little hard to get it started ask a lot of things.. we like games we can stick on and press start and play.. but over all a great game!
Summary: I actually did this backwards. I played De Blob2 for DS and then went back to this version for the Wii. It is fun, like the DS version but is somewhat repetitious, but I think that's what makes it fun. It predictable and mindless and great for passing the time having fun. The object of the game is to color Blob's world.
Summary: I enjoyed de Blob which was refreshing considering the lack of actual good titles on the Wii. There are definitely good games but you have to dig through quite a few bad ones to find them. The music and style here is unique, and you simply move your character around painting the town with color. It somewhat reminded me of Katamari Damacy on PS2. I notice there are many low scoring reviews from parents who had too young of a child trying to play this game.
Fun game, not for young kids b/c it requires reading
22 January 2010
Summary: My 4 year old loves to play Wii games but I've found it can be difficult to find games he can play that don't require a lot of reading. This game can only be played if you can read the missions you are given through each level. It's fun when we play together, I read what he's supposed to do and he runs around and finds the colors and the locations with no problem.
Summary: My 10 year old REALLY wanted this last year for Christmas. The description of the game reads: Imagine a world full of fun, laughter and colour. This is the world of Raydia and its most colourful city Chroma. The people that live there (the Raydians) love the colour, but evil doer Comrade Black doesn't and neither does his INKT Corporation.
Incredible game marred by one incredible oversight.
Loren A. Roberts, Amazon
8 October 2009
Summary: Gameplay: incredible. Musical soundtrack: possibly the best on the Wii. Addiction quotient: stupidly high. This game, where you go around the world re-"colorizing" objects that have been drained of color by the evil Inkt Corporation, is incredibly engrossing. I applaud THQ and everyone else involved in the creation of this game. That said, there is one MAJOR gameplay flaw, and it is so glaring that it has limited my time spent working on this game.
Summary: De Blob has been on my (gamer) husband's wish list for a while, so I got him this for an anniversary present. We were pleasantly surprised at how fun the game was, how colorful, and wholesome it was. I even let my six year old niece play it, when I'm usually cautious with video games. It's got a cute storyline, excellent play, and fun animation. My husband loves it. As always with Amazon, my game got here on time, and still wrapped--perfect condition, as promised.
A whole lot of fun..would totally rock if we could save all the hard work in the middle of levels!!
T. Randall "ChanahManah's Mommy", Amazon
11 August 2009
Summary: Great game! Relaxing! Fun! Look forward to playing it but it just sucks that you can't save throughout the progression of the game unless you complete the entire level....not cool! I would so rate this game at a solid 5 if it offered a better save option!
Summary: deBlob seemed like an interesting concept when it first appeared as a student project a couple of years back - and thankfully it has matured into a rather good little game in the intervening time. The core mechanic is novel, the game world/story has a lot of personality and the game manages to evoke the same feelings of carefree, simple *fun* as did Katamari. Definitely a strong recommendation for kids.
Summary: I bought this game for Christmas for my kids. My five year old LOVES this game, and is realy good at it. The game is one of the most creative that I've seen for the Wii. However, there are two improvments I would make to the game. First, to provide more opportunities to save, I like to limit game time and he looses a lot of progress when I make him turn it off. Second, I wish the characters could speak the directions/dialog.