Flick hapless Critters around to get them safely out of each level! Dodge all sorts of lethal goodies like spikes, buzzsaws, and fire, and use a variety of wacky items to pull it off. Play through 60 mind-bending, reflex-testing singleplayer levels, 6 bloodthirsty challenge levels, and 1 murderous bucket-headed robot! Want more? Try out the built-in level editor. Currently available on Xbox Live Indie Games, with a remastered PC version hitting the intertubes on July 17, 2012!

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Razziey95 says

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wow ! look cute but look violence !

This game is just genius. Great gameplay, great humor.

Enjoyable, reminds me slightly of Lemmings -- though different in a good way.

Initially had issues downloading, but exiting and re-starting Desura client address that.

Hope that more levels will be available soon.

Runs beautifully in a window, and 4:3 is perfect for my preference.

I did not really find the humour of this game that good. Violence for the sake of violence is not something that appeals to me, however cartoney it might be.
The game however is a rather competent mix between a Lemmings, the things walk ahead until they run into something and then turns around without regard to their own safety, and a bit of physics Angry Birds like flinging of both your creatures and objects.
The gameplay is fairly well executed but never felt quite right, and many of the puzzles were based on getting a feel for the flinging physics which I just never got the same feel with. Still an interesting mixup which could do with a bit of polish to really shine.

This game is simply fun.

Perfect casual/violent balanced simple game.

I can't believe this game is on the PC now. So freaking AWESOME! I love the updated character work and the mouse function. The unlockables are amazing fun. You don't even have to play this game seriously. I recommend this game very highly.

Oh boy, another sick person selling a game on controversial violence. Whatever it is that people have against the concept of "cute" does not need to be a selling point for a video game, but I guess there are too many immature people that think this is funny or whatever.


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