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de Blob 2

Released on 25 February 2011

Rating: 7+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (4 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Comrade Black is back and so is his war on color. Disguised as Papa Blanc, Comrade Black rigs the city's election in order to win and take control of Prisma City with his brainwashing new cult. That is, until de Blob bounces back in full color-spreading force with his revolution to restore color and life back to the city and its residents. In the colorful sequel, de Blob will paint his way through the enormous and pollution-filled Prisma City accompanied by a fantastic new interactive soundtrack and an arsenal of new tricks to confound his enemies.

Joining de Blob will be a new robot sidekick, named Pinky, who will help him blast enemies, disable traps, and negotiate the challenging levels of Prisma City. The game will also present players with new side quests, which allow players to upgrade de Blob's abilities. de Blob 2: The Underground will feature an in-depth single-player campaign with all-new power-ups and challenges, as well as multiplayer modes that support co-operative and competitive play.

  • Imagine: Set off on an action packed color adventure with 12 new single player story levels where custom paints, patterns and music bring the world to life any way you want
  • Laugh: Only the colorful prankster Blob can foil Papa Blanc's evil hypno plot to steal all the color from Prisma City
  • Power: Speed smash through walls, jet jump over skyscrapers and slam squash Inky's with all new power-ups that turn you into a super Blob
  • Explore: Paint your way past icy outposts, tropical bio domes and distant space stations to free the fair citizens of Prisma City
  • Transform: Inside, outside, above the Earth and below it, Blob embarks on mini missions and epic boss battles to restore color and music back to this rich universe
  • Share: Recruit your friends to join the color evolution in all new co-operative multiplayer modes

customer Reviews

 Average rating (4 reviews)

 Brilliant Game - not childish

| | See all JuSuHu's reviews (1)

Brilliant game, lots of fun, challenging at some areas and its not a game which is over withing a few hours.
Lots of things to find, or just leave it and you can still go further in the game.

 brill fun

| | See all gameing4life's reviews (104)

I've been playing De Blob 2 for a couple weeks now, after buying it on release day. The first De Blob was one of my favorite games for the Wii. I bought this de Blob 2 for the PS3 because I wanted to play the game in HD.

I was slightly worried about the transition from using a Wii controller to using the PS3 controller. I was pleasantly surprised though. When playing on the Wii, my arms would start to hurt from flicking the remote. The PS3 version (when played with the regular controller, not the "Move") only requires minimal use of the controller's motion sensor. The controls are smooth and it was an easy transition from Wii to PS3.

As in the first de Blob, evil creatures have taken over the world and removed its color. Your job as De Blob is to add color to the world by painting yourself and then touching objects. Various enemies try to spray you with black gunk as you make your way through the levels.

Each level has a main goal - such as liberating university professors and students from a black and white world. After completing the main objective, there are ancillary quests such as repainting billboards or bringing trees back to life. There are also various items to collect - such as light bulbs that allow you to upgrade De Blob, purple swirls that make De Blob paint in patterns instead of just plain color, and pictures for the picture gallery.

This game is rather hypnotic and relaxing. I've only been frustrated once so far when I kept running out of time on one particular level. I've played about 14 hours now and think I have about halfway to go. The ancillary missions comprise about 25% of the play time, so if these missions don't interest you, the game will likely be quite short.

I love this game and hope the developers come out with a third iteration.

 Unlike Any Other Game I've Played!

| | See all masher22's reviews (11)

I am new to the de Blob series and I have to say I quite enjoy this game. Its fun and relaxing and not too difficult. What I love about this game most is its huge levels with lots to do and most of all lots to paint! You start off in a grey and white world and its up to you to turn it into a colour paradise. I really like the visuals of this game and the graphics are rather good too!

The only slightly annoying thing about this game is if you miss one of the collectibles in a level, you have to replay the level and everything resets! But im not too bothered as im not planning to 100% complete the game anyway.

The cut-scenes are quite humourous and the style of the game is a bit unusual, but it creates a briliant game overall! It only cost me 10.49 and it is well worth it! i would recommend this game to anyone, its not typically my sort of game as im into driving/racing; but it makes a nice change from the usual games I play :)

 Fun and in 3D

| | See all Dagenham70's reviews (29)

This game is fun and entertaining. Following on from the first game the story is entertaining. This time round you can play in 3D if you have a 3D TV. The controls are simple and easy. The graphics are crisp and clean and music is atmospheric. Well worth a buy for the casual games and also for the family.

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Rating7+ (PEGI)