Blobsy, Adorable Arcade Style Endless Shooter Hits Mobile Devices Gamer

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Blobsy is a cute and cuddly looking game created by Rammin Speed Entertainment Ltd. Blobsy features a simple gameplay mechanic where you rotate your cute little Blob to shoot the incoming monsters to stay alive. The trick is that it never ends, so how long can you survive?

Blobsy starts you off on a small circular platform, you can rotate around in every direction, shooting parts of your own blob-like body mass to shoot and destroy the deadly slime monsters that advance towards you in endless waves. The objective of the game is to see how long you can last and survive the onslaught of deadly slime monsters marching towards you.

The mobile game offers a large variety of different little blob characters for you to choose from, with the developers saying that there will be more adorable little Blobsies to arrive in the future to add more unique characters to play around with. I attached the promotional trailer down below that showcases a few Blobsies and a bit of gameplay, so take a look to see for yourself.

Blobsy offers different weapon power ups, weapon boosters, and the developers are trying to build a fair free-to-play gameplay system so that you don’t have to dish out large amounts of money to win. Blobsy is currently only avaible for select mobile markets, but it will eventually make its way to other regions soon.

You can currently download the Canadian iOS version of Blobsy by following the provided link, and follow this link here for the Australian version of Blobsy. And last but not least, Android users can head over to the Google Play store, which appears so far to work for North American mobile devices and most other regions around the world.

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