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Crush, Crumble and Chomp! (Atari 8-bit)

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Description

Crush, Crumble & Chomp let you assume the role of a movie-style monster, becoming one of any number of giant crawling, swimming, or flying beasts. Technically CC&C is a strategy game; you have to keep an eye on several statistics, including your health, appetite, and even such minute details as the tilt of your head (helps in aiming breath weapons). Destroy the city before the human military destroys you!

Screenshots

Crush, Crumble and Chomp! Atari 8-bit You star as the monster!
Crush, Crumble and Chomp! Atari 8-bit A Godzilla like creature arrives in New York
Crush, Crumble and Chomp! Atari 8-bit Title screen
Crush, Crumble and Chomp! Atari 8-bit This creature needs to stay in the water

Alternate Titles

  • "Crush, Crumble & Chomp!" -- C64 media title
  • "Crush, Crumble and Chomp!: The Movie Monster Game" -- Tag-lined title
  • "Crush, Crumble and Chomp" -- Atari 8-Bit and VIC-20 in-game title

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The Book of Atari Software 1984 B+ 83

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Related Web Sites

  • Crush, Crumble and Chomp (Shows the development of the game from the 1981 original on the TRS-80 through the 1983 version on the Commodore 64. Screenshots from multiple platforms are placed together for comparison. Click on [Games Rated D] and then on [Crush, Crumble and Chomp].)
Martin Smith (63162) added Crush, Crumble and Chomp! (Atari 8-bit) on Feb 01, 2006
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