Mutant Blobs Attack comes to North American PS3™s and European ones today. The game also launches on Xbox 360 in both regions, published by indie game publisher Midnight City. The game has an ESRB rating of E10+ and PEGI rating 7.
Mutant Blobs Attack will have a MSRP of $7.99/€6.99/£5.49 for new purchasers, but for those who already own the game on the PlayStation®Vita handheld entertainment system, an upgrade bundle can be purchased on PS3™ with a MSRP of $3.99/€2.99/£2.39, which also includes a selection of Avatars, Themes and the Original Soundtrack.
Incidentally, DrinkBox Studios considers Mutant Blobs Attack to be its favorite gelatinous-oriented game, giving players the joyous experience of eating their fill of boots, humans, cows and space cows.
In Mutant Blobs Attack the player controls a tiny Blob who has the ability to grow in size by eating everything in its path. Using this ability, as well as a bevy of additional powers gained throughout the game, players will platform and puzzle their way through the world from a range of sizes, starting on the bedroom floor all the way to conquering city skyscrapers.
Features for Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack Include:
· 24 full game levels, PLUS top-down bonus stages.
· Insane Growth: Start the size of a tennis ball and grow to massive proportions.
· Mutant Powers: Fly like a bottle rocket, stick to things like a fridge magnet, or use the powers of telekinesis to move platforms.
· Network Features: Be No. 1 in the world on the Leaderboards and earn custom Trophies/Achievements.
· Retro Style: 1950′s-inspired art and music paired with B-movie inspired humor.
"We’ve often been asked when we would bring Mutant Blobs Attack to new platforms and why we gave such a long and difficult title to what is otherwise an amazing game,” said Ryan MacLean, Co-Founder of DrinkBox Studios. “We’re excited to now offer the game to a whole new group of gamers and we’re confident Mutant Blobs Attack will become their favorite gelatinous game as well. As for the title, we feel a short name would have been too easy.”