User Ratings: 74/100

de Blob 2

de Blob 2, previously known as de Blob: The Underground, is a sequel to the Wii exclusive 2008 platformer, de Blob. The puzzle game was released in North America on 22 February 2011, 24 February 2011 in Australia and 25 February 2011 in Europe. It is developed by the now defunct Blue Tongue Entertainment (except the DS version which was developed by Halfbrick Studios), and published by THQ.[1] The game was released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 platforms in addition to the Wii and DS.[2]


Price Contact Rating Province Console Seller
R249 *
0 0
Eastern Cape XBox One takealot
R249 *
0 0
Free State XBox One takealot
R249 *
0 0
Gauteng XBox One takealot
R249 *
0 0
KwaZulu-Natal XBox One takealot
R249 *
0 0
Limpopo XBox One takealot
R249 *
0 0
Mpumalanga XBox One takealot
R249 *
0 0
Northern Cape XBox One takealot
R249 *
0 0
North West XBox One takealot
R249 *
0 0
Western Cape XBox One takealot
R263 *
0 0
Eastern Cape PS4 takealot
R263 *
0 0
Free State PS4 takealot
R263 *
0 0
Gauteng PS4 takealot
R263 *
0 0
KwaZulu-Natal PS4 takealot
R263 *
0 0
Limpopo PS4 takealot
R263 *
0 0
Mpumalanga PS4 takealot
R263 *
0 0
Northern Cape PS4 takealot
R263 *
0 0
North West PS4 takealot
R263 *
0 0
Western Cape PS4 takealot
R403 *
0 0
Eastern Cape PS4 raru
R403 *
0 0
Free State PS4 raru
R403 *
0 0
Gauteng PS4 raru
R403 *
0 0
KwaZulu-Natal PS4 raru
R403 *
0 0
Limpopo PS4 raru
R403 *
0 0
Mpumalanga PS4 raru
R403 *
0 0
Northern Cape PS4 raru
R403 *
0 0
North West PS4 raru
R403 *
0 0
Western Cape PS4 raru
R467 *
0 0
Eastern Cape PS4 loot
R467 *
0 0
Free State PS4 loot
R467 *
0 0
Gauteng PS4 loot
R467 *
0 0
KwaZulu-Natal PS4 loot
R467 *
0 0
Limpopo PS4 loot
R467 *
0 0
Mpumalanga PS4 loot
R467 *
0 0
Northern Cape PS4 loot
R467 *
0 0
North West PS4 loot
R467 *
0 0
Western Cape PS4 loot

Game Description:

de Blob 2, previously known as de Blob: The Underground, is a sequel to the Wii exclusive 2008 platformer, de Blob. The puzzle game was released in North America on 22 February 2011, 24 February 2011 in Australia and 25 February 2011 in Europe. It is developed by the now defunct Blue Tongue Entertainment (except the DS version which was developed by Halfbrick Studios), and published by THQ.[1] The game was released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 platforms in addition to the Wii and DS.[2]