When the first Tales from Space: About a Blob hit the PlayStation 3, it caught most people off guard with its wild 50's sci-fi theme and engaging puzzle-platformer gameplay. Now with the release of the PlayStation Vita, developer Drinkbox Studios has crafted a sequel that not only features every ounce of playability and charm of the...
The good, the bad, and the blob
After enjoying success on PlayStation Network with the release of Tales from Space: About a Blob, developer Drinkbox Studios has now brought its unique brand of blob-rolling plaformer to Vita. With Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack just recently released on Vita's own download service, we thought now might be a...
Alright on launch night?
The last time Sony launched a console, it didn’t quite go as swimmingly as desired. Now more than ever, with overall company losses of €2.2bn predicted for the latest financial year and a recent downgrading of its credit rating from financial agency Standards & Poor to BBB+, the Tokyo-based company needs to pull...
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They can't help it
Developer DrinkBox Studios just spread the word of its new Vita title Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack, which will be shown off at the Penny Arcade Expo due to kick off any minute now. The team didn't give much away about the game other than it's a sequel to pleasing PSN puzzle platformer Tales from Space: About a Blob, and...
Feed the Blob!
Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack is a side-scrolling puzzle-platformer about an ornery mutant blob that, after being held captive in a lab that can only be described as something out of a retro sci-fi movie from the early '50's, escapes into the world and sets out on a path to consume everything. Use touch and the motion sensor function combined with traditional analog stick controls to defeat the pathetic humans. Eat your way to freedom.
- Play through a wide range of environments, everything from a frat house to a metropolis
- New touchscreen powers combined with traditional platformer controls
- "Tilt-a-Blob" bonus levels featuring gyroscopic controls
- Competitive Leaderboards and Trophies
- Retro-inspired art style