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Critter Crunch and other classic PSN games for a buck

When was the last time you barfed a rainbow? Has it been too long? Have you never barfed a rainbow? If you haven't, you should, and now you can without spending too much, because Critter Crunch is listed on PlayStation Network for only 99 c...

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Closure free on PS Plus tomorrow, Critter Crunch $1.40

There's one deal on PlayStation Plus this week that just seems too good to pass up. Starting tomorrow, Critter Crunch will be available for only $1.40. At that price there's almost no excuse not to be regurgitating colorful nutrients i...


Critter Crunch is barfing its way to Steam for PC and Mac

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 t...


Review: Critter Crunch (PSN)

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 Mig...



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