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KRUNCH
September 1, 2013 - LeGrudge & Rugged

Hey everyone - just a few updates:

1) KRUNCH is now available on the Humble Store! http://KrunchGame.com - you can grab a copy of our beloved game on THE indie platform... We're going to be sending Humble keys to all previous purchasers soon.

2) Thanks to the giant drop of Greenlight games last week, KRUNCH has a better shot at making the Steam Dream... please continue to spread the word whenever you get a chance.

3) Our Collector's Edition is now shipping! All those who bought theirs should have them soon. There's copies left for those interested.

Vieko

August 2, 2013 - LeGrudge & Rugged

The Green Light Bundle is a great way to spread the word about quality indie games that need a little extra help getting Greenlit on Steam, while landing some pretty sweet games in the process. Everyone wins!

There are two tiers to the bundle. The Bundle Lover pack gets you all five games, DRM-free, for just $5. That’s Escape Goat, 8-Bit Commando, Bridge It, KRUNCH and Constant C. For a minimum of $6 and a suggested price of $7, you’ll get the Connoisseur Pack, which includes all five of the previously listed games, plus one additional game called Ichi, an add-on pack for Bridge It and the soundtracks for Escape Goat and KRUNCH. So much goodness!

Read the article at IndieStatik: http://indiestatik.com/2013/08/01/green-light-bundle-4/
Grab your Bundle here: http://www.thegreenlightbundle.com

May 8, 2013 - LeGrudge & Rugged

"Though I don't get the sense that Vieko Franetovic and Mike Lohaus are the type of guys who are particularly motivated to sending overt autobiographical messages in their games, it didn't take long to see the parallels the design of Krunch and the temperament of its creators. Competitive, wild, carefully organized, aggressive, and unpredictable, these dudes take intense fun very seriously."

Read the rest here: http://www.destructoid.com/two-new-games-from-krunch-devs-binge-and-chihuahua-libre-253034.phtml

April 29, 2013 - LeGrudge & Rugged

"It's difficult to not be immediately intrigued by the dark, foreboding atmosphere of KRUNCH, an indie game by LeGrudge and Rugged that puts a new spin on the familiar twitch platformer genre. In fact, this game of stressful close calls and peril-filled levels isn't a platformer; rather, I'd call it a 'floater'. Birthed from a Ludum Dare prototype, KRUNCH has an awful lot to offer gamers who really enjoy punishing themselves."

"The premise of KRUNCH, much as I can glean from the intro and gameplay, is that the player takes the role of a small, floating sphere that has apparently been imprisoned by some nasty looking aliens. Given a small chance to escape, players gain control of the sphere and must skillfully escape the labyrinth in which they are trapped, avoiding spikes, sawblades, frickin' lasers, baddies, and hungry alien bosses. There's not much to the controls – standard directionals and a 'run' button, which I found amusing since a floating sphere doesn't have legs, but I digress. (You'll be “running” an awful lot, but watch your health meter. Did I mention running saps your health meter?)"

Read the rest here: http://www.rgcd.co.uk/2013/04/krunch-pcmaclinux.html

March 5, 2013 - LeGrudge & Rugged

"The best part about PAX is the indies -- plain and simple. Sure, you could wait in a two hour line to get a look at the new Assassin's Creed, but you could also spend that time not waiting in line, playing indie games, and most likely chatting with real live developers. Seems like a pretty easy decision if you ask me."

"IndieGameStand, a new digital distribution service, highlights a new indie game every 96 hours and they're bringing 12 of these games to PAX East for everyone to try out and enjoy. Apparently there will be a prize wheel with a chance to win indie titles, and everyone who enters the booth will leave with a game from the site. Scanning over the list of games, the highlights that stick out to me are KRUNCH, Aztaka, and Space Pirates and Zombies, but I'm pretty excited for all twelve."


Read more at http://www.destructoid.com/the-pax-east-indiegamestand-booth-has-12-games-247744.phtml#yxiSOmbvPH7Fbcut.99

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