doubtful you'd remember the first A Boy And His Blob,
developed by David Crane, famous Atari 2600 developer
way back when. ABAHB appeared on the NES and its shapeshifting
blob antics were truly innovative.
this version for the Nintendo DSTM, your blob friend
still loves jellybeans and now they will transform
him into a huge array of different items like a ladder,
blowtorch or even a bomb. The 3D rendered, side-scrolling
action takes place across 5 different environments
and two planets as you have to defeat hordes of thugs
and evil blobs to save the world.
Boy from the original Blob Adventure is now 16 years
old, into pop music and still into jellybeans. He
still recalls the day six years ago that Blobert burst
onto the scene and thrust him into a great adventure.
But nobody ever believed his stories of defeating
the Evil Emperor and saving Blobolonia, so he has
moved on with his life. His plan to forget about the
past are put on hold when one day, a spaceship crash
lands and Blobert emerges, having returned to Earth
to warn everyone that the Evil Emperor of Blobolonia
has been in exile on Earth, of all places, building
strength. He plans to enslave the population for some
evil purpose and only the boy and Blobert can stop
Blobert over 15 different colored jellybeans and
have him transform into different devices and enhancements
like a ladder, trampoline, bomb, blowtorch and even
a suit of armor for the boy.
than 15 different levels to tackle, packed with
puzzles to solve and enemies to knock senseless
DS touch screen features to include jelly bean management
and overhead map
your blob between levels at the candy shop to control
you inventory of jellybeans and decide what beans
you'll need for Blobert in the next level.
within the tutorial mode by making your blob jump
through hoops and negotiate various obstacles