Much like we were, Penny Arcade was driven into a frenzy of Blox-booming desire
by the recent Boom Blox preview video
. What sounded at first like a mildly diverting concept has become the kind of thing we'd basically want to play all the time
Tycho's enthusiasm for Steven Spielberg's latest (thing he's attached to in some unclear way) goes beyond
wanting to play the game constantly. The fictional character based on the Penny Arcade writer wants to play Boom Blox
not just while the Wii's on, but the rest of the time -- and meets with a somewhat unpleasant user experience with the "tabletop version" of the game. They're called Boom Blox
and not Tumble Harmlessly Blox
, after all.