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Critter Crunch

Critter Crunch (PS3) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 3
Genre: Casual (Puzzle)
Developer: Capybara Games

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10/08/2009
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Staff Reviews

Critter Crunch review

Reviewed November 01, 2009

Brittany Vincent says: "Critter Crunch is a heck of a bargain at $6.99. With a solo adventure that should easily take 5 or more hours to complete, multi-player and several other modes, you'll be puzzling it out for quite awhile. Addictive and endearing gameplay and offbeat humor make this puzzler one worth watching. If you're looking for the latest brain teaser to add to your game library, Critter Crunch is a fantastic choice."
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