A Boy And His Blob Gets Launch Date For Switch

The HD port of A Boy and His Blob for the Nintendo Switch just got a launch date. It will be arriving very early next month. The game is a reimagining of a much older NES title, resulting in a vibrant, adorable puzzle platformer. In fact, the game even has a dedicated hug button!

 A Boy And His Blob Gets Launch Date For Switch

The Switch port of the HD version of the adorable Wii platformer, A Boy and His Blob, just got a launch date. Switch owners will be able to dive into this cute little adventure starting on November 4th. Ziggurat Interactive first announced the game’s Switch release earlier this month. The newly announced launch date means players have just a couple more weeks to wait.

One fateful day, the planet Blobolonia suddenly found itself under the oppressive rule of the evil Emperor! At the same time, a single brave blob fled to find help. Before long, that blob bumped into a young boy, the unlikely hero of this story. The two team up to take down the evil Emperor using just their newfound friendship and the boy’s bag of powerful jelly beans. They can transform the blob into 15 different forms, such as Root Beer Rocket. These can be used to solve puzzles and traverse obstacles.

A Boy and His Blob Switch Announcement Trailer

After the game launches early next month, players can tackle 40 levels in woods, caves, swamps, the Blobolonian Outskirts, and of course the Emperor’s Citadel. Not only that, but they can also unlock an additional 40 challenge levels to give them plenty more to do! These trickier levels are unlocked by finding treasure chests.

A Boy and His Blob for the Wii was a reimagining of the 1989 NES title, A Boy and His Blob: Trouble on Blobolonia. The Wii gem was developed by WayForward Technologies and released in 2009. That means the game’s original Wii version is already 12 years old, which is crazy!

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