Articles tagged with: Critter Crunch
This past Friday, Critter Crunch got an extremely yummy update with new features, tweaks, and bug fixes that make an already awesome game even better. Om Nom Nom Nom!
One of the best games on the PSN just got one of the best price drops ever.
We’ve just received word from our good friends at Capybara Games that Critter Crunch will be hitting the EU/AUS PSN Store on November 19th.
If you’re into the critter eating, rainbow barfing, cute little Biggs, then this is the game for you.
Well this is a first.
We were so happy Critter Crunch was released that, once we were done barfing with excitement, there was a bit of a scrap over who would do the review.
After an epic battle, Danny_D and I decided to share the review between us. Danny took on the multi-player aspect while I tackled single player modes.
If you haven’t bought Critter Crunch yet (shame on you!), there is a demo hitting the NA PSN next week.
Critter Crunch is cheap, really good, and now you can try it before you buy it. No excuses! Plus, how can you resist that face? Aww…
You read that right. North America is next in line for a puke-a-thon of the most adorable proportions; and it will only cost you $6.99 American/Canadian. Europe is promised the same ‘I can’t believe I’m playing a puking game’ experience at a fair pricing, but at a later date.
For the unaware and/or slightly grossed out readers out there, Critter Crunch is not really about puking. Critter Crunch is about force feeding critters until they explode, thus releasing their juicy innards for the protagonist Biggs to eat. Then he pukes it to feed his offspring.
At Edinburgh Interactive, we got to speak with Nathan Vella about the game Critter Crunch. He was like a kid in a candy store when it came to talking about the game, and rightly so. This game just exudes cute from every pixel.
But also has a massive element of gross-out ickyness, when you think about it.
Nathan was awesome to talk to, so let’s get on with it, eh?
Describing Critter Crunch might actually be harder than simply showing Critter Crunch but, either way, we lead with the following health warning: If the sight of frumpy creatures vomiting rainbows into one another’s mouths may cause you to rediscover your breakfast – you might want to sit this one out.