GameSpot writes: "When you see someone with a demonic creature above one shoulder and an angelic creature above the other, you might expect to hear those creatures spouting contradictory advice in an effort to influence their host. In SPRay, those two hovering creatures are definitely demonic and angelic, but they spend their time spewing liquid instead of words. We took a trip to Tecmo's E3 08 booth, watched the multi-colored spouting in action, and learned about how Ray uses their abilities in his adventure.
Ray lives in a kingdom that is beset by an evil queen. She summons antimatter demons who coat the medieval landscape with a thick black tar. If Ray falls in this muck, he'll lose health and the player will have to frantically wave the remote and nunchuk to help his creature buddies free him. These creatures are Ray's alter egos, and they are used predominantly in the puzzle platforming action of SPRay. Ray does have a sword that he can use to vanquish foes, but he'll usually have to soften them up with some sort of spray attack. Directing these is as simple as pointing the Wii Remote where you want to spew, and letting loose."