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Closure free on PS Plus this week, Critter Crunch for $1.40

Closure, the black-and-white game in which objects only exist if a light is shining on them, gets its own spotlight this week. Starting tomorrow, the PSN game is free for PlayStation Plus members. Critter Crunch is pretty much the opposite of black and white, featuring prominent rainbow vomitus....

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Critter Crunch barfs up on Steam Sept. 11

Capybara Games' colorful puzzler Critter Crunch is gonna puke rainbow chunks September 11 all over Steam. "The game will be available for both PC and Mac, support mouse/keyboard or controller and have all the great online modes – including the ability to play PC vs Mac and vice-versa," Capy...

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Capy posts ideas from its internal game jam, and they all sound pretty good

Given the talent of the folks at Capy Software (who've made the excellent Critter Crunch, Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes, and most of the programming behind Sword and Sworcery), you'd expect them to prototype an interesting game in less time than it takes some to develop a full game. You're...

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PSN Tuesday: Critter Crunch free on PS+, Kane and Lynch 2 public demo

Adorably disturbing (rainbow vomit!) puzzler Critter Crunch is now free for PS+ users. Even if you don't have PS+, it's still worth grabbing this game at $6.99. Also, on the opposite end of the cuteness spectrum, the brutal Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days demo is now public. Check out the full...

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Assassin's Creed 2, Dragon Age: Origins win Canadian game awards

We like to playfully rip on Canada every now and then (America's hat!), but we must admit that The Great White North knows how to make some quality games, evidenced by the winners at the inaugural Canadian Videogame Awards ceremony. While Game of the Year went to Bioware's Dragon Age: Origins,...

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PSN leaderboards point to top game downloads for January

Gamasutra wasn't able to get its hands on year-to-date PSN sales data directly from Sony, but it has come up with some interesting conclusions based on an unscientific look at ... leaderboard stats. The site broke down January's new releases, as well as a few other games that sold well last month,...

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Critter Crunch gets 'less insane' in new patch

Sure, Critter Crunch is cute. But it is also barf-inducingly hard. Thankfully, a new patch (releasing today) will help make the more challenging stages "less insane." In addition, the patch adds support for in-game XMB music, so you can play while listening to your extensive Miley Cyrus collection....

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Critter Crunch and Burn Zombie Burn half-off today on Amazon [update]

You have officially run out of excuses for not purchasing Capybara's hyper-cute PSN puzzler, Critter Crunch. Amazon.com is currently selling game codes for half off the usual $7 price -- that's only $3.49! It's likely that the PlayStation Store will also price-match this deal when it updates...

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Critter Crunch dev working on 'Heartbeat' for WiiWare

Capybara Games, developer of PSN darling Critter Crunch, is working on Heartbeat for WiiWare. The title is the company's entry for the 2010 Independent Games Festival and is described as being about the "experience of growing sounds." Heartbeat's game description explains it has players starting...

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Critter Crunch dev praises Sony's support of indie games

"They support the living sh*t out of it, and they support it really well," Capybara's Nathan Vella told Gamasutra when talking about Sony's free PhyreEngine. "Any of the parts that are inside Phyre that we didn't know how to fix or we had an issue with, they would fix it for us in a day. Overall, I...

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