Capybara Games' rainbow barf-filled puzzle title Critter Crunch is set to arrive on Steam next week. When it drops this Tuesday, September 11, you'll be able to pick it up for PC and Mac for a cool $6.99.
There's support for a gamepad and the standard keyboard/mouse setup, plus versus and co-op online modes. What's more, PC and Mac players will be able to play with (and against) one another. I was afraid Critter Crunch would never make it to Steam, so this is great to hear.
Given how crisp the PlayStation Network release looked, I can only imagine how vibrant the game will be at high resolutions on a decked-out computer monitor. Also, that PC in the header image -- that's going to get some future use in the comments. I can feel it.
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