What could be more touching than a boy and his blob? A girl and her geranium?...
A cute concept, the main problem with ‘A Boy and His Blob’ is the frustrating preciseness required. This game reveled in the game theory of ‘trial and error’. You could literally walk onto a new scree...
Action packed blob!
Is it me, or is the title just a little too over adventurey? Maybe it is just me. This is one strange game. ABHB stars an unknown kid who has control over a strange white blob creature that morph...
Have you ever wanted your own Blob?
Well hey there everybody, It's time to tell you of a tale that begins with a Blob falling to earth from a distant planet. How did he servive the impact? Why he is a blob of course, no internal orga...
This game is a game of it's own. This was a creative game. Who would ever to think that a blob can be useful.
Gameplay: This was indeed a strange, weird game. But I like it. It's like playing with clay the first time. It feels weird, cold, and wet. It takes time to get use to the stopping motion in this game....
Bizarre concept, and fiendish gameplay will probably leave you frustrated
I got given this by a friend, so I can't say that there was anything about this that motivated me to buy it. However, I can remember long hours sitting watching my dad play this when I was about 4, mo...
Strange game, strange title, but strangely fun to play.
There are a lot of video games out there that don’t really don’t fit any mold. Some are so far out there that many won’t play them because they are too weird. Others just have a certain charm to the...
One of those games that is just annoying...
Ever buy or rent a game that you are just way excited for but it turns out that its a FLOP? well this is one of those games. When we got our NES way back this game came with it. Obviously it was the o...
Unique gameplay with some aggravating difficulty.
A Boy and His Blob is a story of a boy and his blob whom are an adventure to return his friend to the planet of Blobolonia and defeat the evil nemesis blah, blah blah. The story isn't important, but t...