Want to destroy the eeeeevil "Big & Powerful" (initials BP) Corporation whose "nasty pollution" is destroying the planet? There's an app for that -- it's called Blobster.
Apple's latest game app allows users to clean up after and defeat "Blobzilla," the "sloppy" and "very, very greedy" corporate boss of B&P who doesn't understand the "natural beauty of Blobtopia." Gizmodo has the scoop:
The fact that Blopster (sic) is some sort of blobule expert sort of makes things a big confusing in the analogy department, especially considering that he gets super powers from radioactivity. The game's end goal is to somehow force B&P into bankruptcy by collecting these blobules.
But what about Bloptopia's over-reliance on blobules? What will they do to replace B&P once it goes under? Is this going to lead to some sort of global economic meltdown or war on Blobtopia's foreign interests still rich in blobules?
Maybe I should just get back to slinging blobs across the screen and lead the Bloptopian policy making to its Blobzillas.