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: 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.
Excerpt: Biggs is a concerned father and his most important duty is feeding his son, Smalls. The problem is the only things they eat are these rare gems found inside the various critters scuttling around Krunchatoa Island. The other catch is to get at these delectable yet jagged treasures, Biggs has to feed his fellow inhabitants until they burst, thus yielding the nourishment that both he and his son need. It’s a bit messed up, but if you were in his shoes you’d do the same.
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).
Excerpt: Einige Knobelkonzepte kennt jeder, wie ’Steine fallen nach unten’ ( Tetris sei Dank) oder ’Blasen werden nach oben geschossen’ ( Puzzle Bobble lässt grüßen). Deutlich seltener ist dagegen ’Hole ein Objekt von oben herab und wirf es danach wieder hoch’ – zu finden u.a. in den Magical Drop -Titeln auf dem Neo-Geo oder bei AstroPop (gibt es in der Xbox Live Arcade).