While you’re free to go Jackson Pollock on the city’s ashen ass, objective-based play directs you to buildings of note paired with desired color schemes. Attack targets on the key landmarks with specified colors (created by slurping from different colored containers) and they unfold into rainbow-colored middle fingers aimed directly at the monochrome oppressors.
It’s packed with delightful touches. From the way every rejuvenated building adds a musical note, to the soundtrack of deBlob’s paint-splattering travels, to the smears left in his wake, even the most minor play session ends up looking like God decided to go for finger-painting fun with his favorite planet. And that’s before multiple players get involved. Mucky and silly, this is what the Wii was made for.