NWR writes: "In 1989, Absolute Entertainment released a unique title called A Boy and His Blob: Trouble in Blobonia for the NES. The game featured a boy armed with an arsenal of flavored jellybeans he fed to an amorphous blob, who changed into one of many different useful objects upon eating a particular flavor. The game came and went quickly without much fanfare, as it was not a particularly great game, even if it was unique. Fast-forwarding to 2009, Majesco has published a WayForward-developed re-imagination of that classic NES title which captures the spirit of the original game but wraps it in a fantastic new package. Lush, hand-drawn 2D graphics and clever puzzle design give the game a style unto its own."