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Critter Crunch [Online Game Code]

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Everyone
21 customer reviews
Metascore: 87 / 100

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  • ASIN: B002YGS8Z2
  • Release Date: September 24, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
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Critter Crunch is an award winning, arcade-style puzzle game, starring the loveable Biggs. Using his long, sticky tongue to grab critters from vines above, he feeds them to each other until they burst, dropping tasty jewels for him to gobble up. With the intuitive Food Chain mechanic, players will eat their way through a smorgasbord of levels and gorge on a feast of modes, including Co-op and Versus multiplayer.• Stunning Visuals: Hand-animated characters and backgrounds come to life in gorgeous 1080p at 60fps. • 4 Single-Player modes: Adventure, Puzzle, Challenge and Survival offer something for everyone! • 2 Multiplayer Modes: Team up with a friend in Co-op or battle each other in Versus. Both modes are playable locally or on the PlayStation®Network. • Addictive puzzle fun: With the unique Food Chain mechanic, players feed smaller critters to larger ones to make them pop! The longer the chain, the larger the reward! • Tons of variety: Power Ups and Special Critters keep things fresh and offer new challenges. Full HD 1080p requires a HDMI cable and a 1080p native display with an HDMI input supporting HDCP.

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Daniel S. Blanchaard on December 16, 2009
Let's see, for $7 you get more content than almost every other PSN game out there: Adventure mode has 80 levels, Puzzle mode has 100, and Challenge mode has... well, I can't remember right now, but it was a lot! And you've got some of the best multiplayer in a puzzle game since Dr. Mario.

The gist of Critter Crunch is that you feed smaller creatures to larger ones to make them explode (and eat the delicious jewels that come out of them). You can do the usual combo thing with games of this type to get big bonuses, which is essential in the frenetic multiplayer. What makes the game so unique is all of the interesting power-ups and special critters that appear later in the game. The writing is also fantastic and hilarious, and you'll find yourself having a good chuckle the whole time you're playing. The main thing I enjoy about this game is that the adventure and multiplayer modes are fast-paced blast, but you also have the slower, more cerebral puzzle mode to slow things down when you need to relax.

This game is a must-own for all PS3 owners, especially those who enjoy puzzle games!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Nona on January 5, 2010
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Critter Crunch is a new puzzle game which is based on the somewhat weird premise of feeding smaller critters to big critters. The game has its own brand of quirky, odd humor, which really fits in well with the artistic style of the game. Everything about Critter Crunch exudes quality. The game looks fantastic, the controls are intuitive and precise, the puzzle aspect is quite deep, there's a huge amount of content, and the online multiplayer is handled well.

There are several different gameplay modes in Critter Crunch (adventure, puzzle, challenge, survival, online) which all use the same core mechanics but have different objectives. The difficulty of the game starts out really easy, and adventure mode gently introduces you to new mechanics, but by the end of each of these modes there are genuinely hard levels. The price of the game makes this a great buy for anyone with even a remotely passing interest in puzzle games.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Armando N. Roman VINE VOICE on January 24, 2010
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I love puzzle games. Tetris Attack, Bust-a-Move, Chu Chu Rocket, you name it. After downloading the demo for Critter Crunch, I knew I had to buy the full game after the first level tutorial. Now THIS is how to make a new, memorable puzzle game. Eventhough it's still very new, I can see this one having good staying power and getting a few sequels down the road, provided enough people support the game and actually pay for it. And how can you say no to cute, fat little critters?

Critter Crunch is simple to play, but a heck of a lot of fun to learn everything in and out. You play as Biggs- the tubby lil' guy you see in the picture, and you feed critters to other critters. All of the critters are above you in rows, and it kind of plays like Baku Baku or Super Puzzle Fighter. If there's an insect, you feed it to the appropriate critter, and feed that one to another, etc. After feeding two (or another critter that's been fed once) critters to another, that critter blows up, and takes down like-critters with it. As they blow up, they drop crystals that fill up the meter on the screen, and once that's full, you complete the stage. And provided that the requirements are there, you can get some powerful food bonuses like peppers that burn rows of enemies, watermelon seeds that just plain take out enemies with one shot, and more. And of course, if you get a good combo going, you can vomit a rainbow of fluid into your baby's mouth, earning more points. Trust me, it's charming.

There's your standard adventure mode where you complete all the levels on the map, unlocking other modes along the way.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Craig on February 10, 2010
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The fifth star is for the bargain price. This is a very well done game.

It's simple - a basic formula with added twists gradually added - but a very nice combination of outstanding puzzles and 'platform' style gameplay.

It's what you want from this type of game - addicting - and more, diverse with the puzzles. It's great how they've made those puzzles with less frustration - a few moves to solve but fun to determine them.

The games seem to go from 'easy' the first half to 'too hard' about half way through on some levels - where you can beat the earlier levels by playing them, the later ones seem to rely a lot on luck as you try dozens of times waiting for the right random creatures. Some challenge levels can seen neigh impossible.

One tip: the game looks like when you hit a new level, you have to beat the first three 'normal' games to get to the puzzle and 'challenge' games on the right, but you can just skip over to them - and beat any 3 of the 5 games to get past the 5.

The music and sound effects are average, what you would expect. The 'cute' factor is the type present in so many of these games, too much for my taste but no big deal.

Its great things are the addicting 'action' gameplay and - my favorite - the well done puzzles.

I think it's one of the best PS3 bargains I've seen.
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