WorthPlaying writes: ""Think Different" may have been an advertising slogan for Apple Computer, but it's just as apt when applied to Wii developers. Companies who try to do the same ol', same ol' and pump out ports have found Wii gamers to be a somewhat hostile crowd, but those who take the time to develop specifically for the Wii have been reaping the rewards. Perhaps the latest example of this is THQ's de Blob, an innovative bit of software that's a lot deeper than it looks.
Originally developed as a freeware PC title by students at the Utrecht School of the Arts in the Netherlands, de Blob has spent the last two years undergoing a transformation from student project to a full-fledged video game. And while it has changed a bit, it certainly hasn't lost its magic."