Critter Crunch Pro Reviews
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Critter Crunch Reviews5
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|1UP||A||Oct 30 '09|
|Destructoid||9.5/10||Oct 06 '09|
|EuroGamer||9/10||Dec 04 '09|
|Games Radar||9/10||Oct 14 '09|
|IGN PS3||8.6/10||Oct 06 '09|
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"Critter Crunch includes, among its 40-plus stages, a "Barfing Tutorial." To be clear, this is an entire stage designed specifically to train you in how to spew rainbow-colored vomit. Critter Crunch is also one of the most adorable and beautifully animated games available on the PlayStation Network -- even the barfing is kind of cute. The major Critter is Biggs, a rotund furball on a remote island, single-handedly responsible for keeping its complex food chain in check. The game is a high-definition version of the well-received mobile phone title of the same name, but Capybara Games obviously put a lot of extra work into this version. The lavish character design is a great example of how good 2D art can look on a modern-day system."
"Toronto-based developed Capybara games has been around for awhile, likely doing a bunch of stuff you might have overlooked. If you haven't heard of them, I wouldn't blame you. Maybe you've had a ..."
"Any game that features one furry, cute creature projectile vomiting rainbow colored, nutrient-filled puke into another critter's mouth is pretty much awesome in our book. While managing to pull off such a bizarre twist on one of Mother Nature’s more gross-out moments in a tasteful, stylish way is definitely impressive, Critter Crunch has a lot more going for it than Furbies that barf psychedelic spew. ..."