One Paragraph Review: Noby Noby Boy
by Mitchell Dyer
The creator of all things Katamari returns with more ridiculous nonsense that will charm your face off. Noby Noby Boy’s aimless eating of plants and people within an itty-bitty environment gets repetitious quickly, but for five bones your getting a bizarre game that’s full of cute quirk. Despite the goal of elongating your rainbow-colored worm critter, longevity isn’t Noby Noby Boy’s strong suit. By the time you’ve wrapped your head around the awkward controls you’ll be finished with this shallow downloadable diversion.