Critter Crunch puzzler heading to PSN

Out this summer, less than ten dollars.

Sony has announced that iPhone puzzle game Critter Crunch is heading to PS3 via PlayStation Network this summer and will cost less than USD 10.

Canadian studio Capy is behind the game, which involves redistributing cutesy animals between columns so that hungry critters increase in size, burst and take out others nearby to clear the play area.

The PSN versions promises adventure, puzzle, online, and offline versus and co-operative modes, Trophy support and 1080p visuals.

You can get a good sense of how it works from the debut gameplay trailer on Eurogamer TV, or, if you have an iPhone or an iPod Touch, you could buy the existing version from the App Store for GBP 0.59 or download the free demo.

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