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Crossroad Crisis (PlayStation)

Crossroad Crisis PlayStation Title screen

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Description

In Crossroad Crisis you have to help a chicken get home to his family. The game is somewhat similar to Pipe Mania. The playing field is a 6x6 grid over a pond, and you have to move around and rotate tiles so that the chicken doesn't fall into the water. Each tile is a part of the path that the chicken will walk. They come in these different shapes: curved road, straight road and crossroad. In total there's 10 stages in the game. A stage is completed when you have cleared a number of tiles (which increases for each stage). The tiles will be cleared when the chicken walks over two or more tiles of the same color. Once the clear quota has been reached, a buoy will be placed on the playing field. To end the stage you have to put the buoy at the end of the path so that the chicken can walk into it.


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Crossroad Crisis PlayStation In the beginning there's only a egg.
Crossroad Crisis PlayStation A tutorial is available for beginners.
Crossroad Crisis PlayStation The chicken will fall if he reach the end of the grid (unless you rotate the tile he is standing on).
Crossroad Crisis PlayStation Intro - Sad chicken

Alternate Titles

  • "Chiki Chiki Chicken" -- Japanese Title

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The Press Says

PSX Nation Sep 04, 2001 88 out of 100 88
All Game Guide 2001 3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars 70

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Kabushi (121016) added Crossroad Crisis (PlayStation) on Jan 04, 2007