David Crane's A Boy and his Blob

  • Manufactured by: NES Games, Parts & Service


#gm0053 - Released in 1989, "David Crane's A Boy and his Blob: Trouble on Blobolonia," is a unique part puzzle, part platformer where you play a 10 year old boy on a treasure hunt. And for those who love a challenge, this is a very difficult game. You travel with a blob, who you must help get back to his planet, you must go on a quest to gather enough money to ultimately save Blobolonia. You cannot jump or attack as in most arcade games, instead you must use your head to feed the blob jellybeans which transforms him into different objects which you must use to solve the game. The Blob can transform into 12 different objects that you can use to explore and solve this game. The music is great, especially catchy music you will hear in Blobolonia which adds great atmosphere to a challenging game. Caution, this game has no save feature, which can be very frustrating if you near the end and get killed. So "careful" is the word of the day. What makes David Crane's A Boy and His Blob fun is how you can experiment with it. And you have to admit, the idea of a shape-shifting blob thingy that can be used to solve game puzzles is original and unusual. Despite it's detractors, this game is one that NES collectors should have in their collections. It is unique and one of a kind fun.

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