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The A.V. Club (Oct 26, 2009)
With the small-file digital distribution model has come a wave of lazy puzzlers for console platforms, but Critter Crunch demonstrates that small bites can still pack a lot of polish.
TotalPlayStation (Feb 03, 2010)
Tight controls, gorgeous graphics and hard enough to keep you coming back for more. A genuinely fantastic little puzzle game.
Destructoid (Oct 06, 2009)
With solid gameplay mechanics and the iconic character designs of Biggs and company, it's a game that belongs in any puzzle fan's digital library. Even if you could resist the adorable allure of Biggs, the price might stop you in your tracks. At only $6.99, Critter Crunch may very well be one of the best values in puzzle gaming you'll find this year.
TheSixthAxis (Oct 09, 2009)
Critter Crunch is a charming, funny and extremely well-presented game with solid and engaging gameplay mechanics. There are issues with the multiplayer but for fans of puzzle games this is a must-have which will amuse and entertain you without ever becoming frustrating.
90 (UK) (Dec 04, 2009)
Even if Critter Crunch sounds like a lot of puzzlers you've played before, why not download the free demo? You might be pleasantly surprised by how fresh it feels and how addictive this game can be. And if not, at least you'll get to see a big furry creature vomit a rainbow of sick into his son's mouth.
IGN (Oct 06, 2009)
You might not normally expect a lot of visual flair from a puzzle game, but Critter Crunch will ruin you on this. It sets a new standard for graphics in the genre and is simply one of the best looking games on PSN. Luckily, it also has the gameplay to back up the looks. No puzzle fan should miss this. Even if you don't consider yourself a fan of the genre, you'll likely find Biggs' charm hard to resist.
Thunderbolt Games (Oct 24, 2009)
Critter Crunch is an impressive first effort on the PlayStation Network from Capybara. It’s addictive, it’s deep, cute and colorful, all of which are hallmarks of the puzzle genre. It may get a bit overly complex for its own good which makes the game sometimes feel random and it could desperately use a custom match feature but these are easily overlooked based on the abundance of content and the ridiculously cheap price point. It may be hard to swallow, but this former iPhone exclusive is easily the best puzzler found on the PlayStation 3.