Spray (video game)
SPRay is a Wii
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 video game developed by Eko System and published by Tecmo.


The player controls the Spirited Prince Ray, who can summon liquid-shooting spirits, hence the title SPRay. Besides water, Ray also has control over spirits that shoot oil, slime
Gunge as it is known in the British Isles, or slime as it is known in America and other parts of the world is a thick, gooey, runny substance similar in consistency to paint. It has been a feature on many children's programmes for many years around the world and has made appearances in game shows...

, anti-matter, and vomit. The player attacks enemies with Ray's sword and with the spirits, which are also used to solve environmental puzzles and give Ray special abilities. For example, slime lets the player stick to walls while vomit can reveal hidden platforms.

Tecmo also stated that the game also contains a number of multi-player mini-games.


SPRay has received mostly negative reviews. Nintendo Power
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 gave it a 3/10, criticizing it for an uncontrolable camera, poor controls and overall repetitiveness. IGN
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 gave it 5.6/10, calling it a "poor man's Legend of Zelda" with sloppy and apathetic presentation and uninspired gameplay. Game Informer gave it a 7/10.
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