A Boy and His Blob for Switch Launches in November

A Boy and His Blob for Switch Launches in November

The recently announced A Boy and His Blob for Switch launches in November, publisher Ziggurat Interactive and developer WayForward Technologies have announced.

A Boy and His Blob for Switch launches in November via the eShop on November 4th specifically, with a price point set at $14.99.

A Boy and His Blob first launched for Wii in October 2009, followed by PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PS Vita, and PC, Mac, and Linux via Steam in January 2016, PlayStation 3 in June 2016, Android in September 2017, and iOS in November 2017.

Here’s a rundown on the game:

A Boy and His Blob makes its triumphant return! A reimagining of the NES classic, as the boy, you feed your blob jelly beans and watch him transform into cool and useful objects to solve puzzles and escape danger. With its robust and emotionally driven story, challenging puzzles, and visually impressive art style, A Boy and His Blob is sure to become a classic once again.

When Blobolonia is threatened by an evil Emperor, the blob comes to Earth looking for help. Instead, he finds a young boy. Help the blob dethrone the evil Emperor that’s terrorizing Blobolonia and establish a friendship with the blob that will last a lifetime.


  • Experience the heartwarming story through an all-new, hand-drawn and animated presentation!
  • Transform the blob into 15 useful items by feeding him jelly beans such as the all-new Caramel Cannon and Bubble Gum Bouncer and classic beans like the Licorice Ladder, Apple Jack and Tangerine Trampoline.
  • Traverse woods, swamps, caves, the Blobolonian Outskirts and even the Emperor’s Citadel through 40 breathtaking levels filled with hidden treasures! Collect treasure to unlock 40 additional challenge levels that will put your skills to the ultimate test!

A Boy and His Blob was originally released for the Wii back in 2009, followed by a release across PC, Mac, and Linux (all via Steam), PS3, PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One, and both iOS and Android.



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