Conclusion: This game has a unique cartoon style that makes it seem like a kid game but don’t let that fool you into thinking this game will be an easy defeat. The music keeps you engaged and kind of makes you feel like you are running out of time as you try to figure out the best way to clear the level or get the gems you need. At $6.99, I think this game is good enough to spend your money on without feeling cheated out of your money.
Excerpt: While many of us gravitate to our consoles for frenetic FPS action and explosive adventure, we often forget just what a fantastic haven the systems are for games that don't require an itchy trigger finger. Even if you happen to consider yourself the hardest of the hardcore, it's a great idea to broaden your horizons occasionally, to play the field a little bit and to see exactly what you may otherwise be missing.
Excerpt: -esque animations, character designs and backgrounds, with a presentation style and quality that rivals most triple-A titles, wrapped up in a humorous story of adventure and discovery told through brief animated cutscenes peppered in-between sections of addictive, fast-paced and challenging puzzle-based gameplay.
Excerpt: This has been a generation of ports. Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 share a large portion of their respective libraries and games have been made that are available across five or six different platforms at launch, but few probably saw this port coming. Critter Crunch is a game that started out its life as an iPhone app and has since found its way to the Playstation 3 (PSN to be precise).
Summary: 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 chance to check out the Ubisoft-published Might & Magic: Clash of Heroes , or its original puzzle game Critter Crunch for the iPhone.