Creature Crunch

aka: Criatura Crunch - O Monstro, Monster Mix
Moby ID: 5395

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Creature Crunch is an animated point-and-click comedy adventure. The plot is about a boy named Wesley turned into a monster by evil Dr.Drod. Wesley must escape the mansion of Dr.Drod by eating the right items to defeat monsters. The game features the voices of SCTV veterans Martin Short and Eugene Levy.


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Average score: 61% (based on 5 ratings)


Average score: 3.6 out of 5 (based on 6 ratings with 2 reviews)

Loved the One-Liners... Very Funny!!!

The Good
The jokes range from cute, like the jelly sandwich gag and “Art” hanging on the wall, to a little risqué, like the jokes coming from the plumber under the kitchen sink (or at least from his rear end… maybe this is where comedian Jim Carey got his inspiration). However, even the risqué plumber isn’t too bad, unless you know the front end to the punch lines that he utters. One of his risqué jokes starts like this; (Patient) “Doc, I feel really terrible this morning and I’m pretty worried.”, (Doctor) “What seems to be the problem?”, (Patient) “I got really drunk last night and I think that I blew Chunks!”, (Doctor) “That’s nothing unusual.”, then the plumber says… well, play the game to hear the punch line.

The Bad
It was maybe a little too easy in places, but the humor more than made up for it!

The Bottom Line
I think that you’ll enjoy playing Creature Crunch. It has some great one-liners and is very funny! Remember to click on everything and, for those things that do respond, click on them multiple times until the response repeats.

Windows · by gkmac1 (105) · 2005


The Good
Hehe what a game, I laughed practically the whole way through it. The characters were great, and so was the wacky house in which the game was set. The voices and animation suited the plot entirely, and the "out-there" puzzles really got you thinking. Extremely funny and logical.

The Bad
The puzzles all seemed to be getting much of a muchness; It seemed like once you managed to get past the first four, the rest seemed to be a piece of cake because they were based on the previous.

The Bottom Line
Great for all ages...or so I recall? This game could cheer anybody up and I would definitely play it again if I felt the need to. GO AND BUY IT NOW!

Windows · by Hilary Richardson (12) · 2003


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Game added by Quest Hunter.

Additional contributors: Jeanne, Pseudo_Intellectual.

Game added December 4, 2001. Last modified February 22, 2023.