Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack Crack/Patch

Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack 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 destroy and consume everything! A follow-up to last year's PlayStation Network title Tales from Space: About a Blob, Mutant Blobs Attack will contain a wide range of exciting new features and gameplay modes designed exclusively for the PlayStation Vita handheld entertainment system.

Download Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 85 / 100
User rating
8
Downloads 1130
Genre Action, Platformer, 2D
Company / Developer
DrinkBox Studios / DrinkBox Studios

Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack reviews ( 6 )

gimus, Jul 14, 2014

This game is very funny, good playable, fluent, funny and mad with mad soundtrack. I recommend it everybody, who wants to have a short fun. It is not big, complex and difficult, it is just good indie game, which is really very funny. Try it!

dajhorn, Sep 19, 2014

Mutant Blobs Attack is an all around fun game that is a cross between Katamari Damacy and Super Meat Boy. The production values are solid throughout and the game tributes many other famous games.

Adelion, Nov 11, 2012

The story of "Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack" is pretty simple: You play as a blob breaking out of a blob torture research center and getting his revenge. On his way to do so the blob automatically absorbs everything that is smaller than him and so he is getting larger and larger and is able to absorb even more. Over the course of the game you gain new abilities like smashing, telekinesis, magnetism and sometimes you can even fly around. Combined with the six different themed world stages and the never stopping growth of your blob the game never gets to repetitive besides it simple basic gameplay idea. The puzzles in the game are fairly easy what I did not really mind. The platformer part on the other hand is a bit tougher mainly for one reason. Besides the blob being a blob, and therefore precise movement can be a bit tricky, the controls are unusual. I have read some complains about them, because the game contains parts where you have to use the mouse. People playing the game solely on keyboard or gamepad have to shift over what can be annoying. Personally I played the game one hand on the keyboard and the other one on the mouse. This combinations works pretty well. And even if you die you will start by one of the nearby checkpoints. Normally you should pass each passage with less than five times dying except you are trying to get the gold medals or you are collecting your blob friends. Those unusual controls are a left over from the porting because the game was made initially for the PS Vita. Another leftover are the mini-levels which are a lot easier in the PC version but still fun. The graphic is cartoon-like and colourful and fits the theme of the game. The music is nothing special. It does not really stand out but it does not annoy you as well. The game took me eight hours for completion of all achievements and replaying some of the levels for getting better times in the leaderboards. And for that the price tag is really fair. All in all "Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack" is a really really fun and colourful game if you can forgive some sometimes clunky controls and you do not mind the repetitiveness of the basic gameplay idea. Obliteration of mankind can be so enjoyable.

AWG, Jun 4, 2013

Tales From Space: Mutant Blobs Attack is a cheap funny game about a hungry blob monster whose goal in life is to eat everything he stumbles on. Yay! Also, good physics and compelling gameplay.

micic00, Oct 29, 2015

You run as a blob and eat other blobs and grow bigger and bigger, until you're as big as Godzilla eating everything in your way. Nice feeling, easy runner, fun game, good times. Recommended.

DeusXCom, Aug 30, 2014

Do you know those retro sci-fi movies with big green blobs attacking the earth? Well, that's you! and you can finally unleash your revenge on humanity and eat everything, consume all the things, get bigger, all the people, get even bigger, all the buildings, eat more, even bigger, eat cities, eat the entire earth, consume the entire galaxy, AAARARGH! Really cool little indie platformer from the creators of Guacamelee! with their distinctive art design, loads of humor and game scene references all in simple, but fun and intuitive gameplay. I cannot rate this extensively higher, because it's still just a short little game, but for what it is, it's really good. 7/10