NGamer via CVG writes: "Paint is reborn. Paint is now fun. It's all thanks to de Blob, who's basically a fat sponge. Fun-haters called the INKT Corporation have sucked all life from the world, presumably because they think it makes them big in front of the girls or something, and so everything is now grey and silent and has as much personality as an empty packet of biscuits. Enter fat sponge, stage left. He can absorb paint from the little robots that the baddies have conveniently left tottering around, and then splatter it onto almost anything in the environments, instantly transforming them from dull to da bomb.
The whole game is built around this core mechanism, which, depending on your point of view, makes it either the best coloring book in the world or a multicolored one-trick pony. Unless you're an enemy of fun it's the first option. Everywhere you squelch, color comes back. As you paint a row of buildings, the unearthly silence begins to fill with a little bit of noise. As you do more and more, and begin mixing up the colors and applying different styles, the soundtrack blossoms into life. Each big dash of color brings a different instrument to the fore, each splash a treat for the ears as well as the eyes."