Pyrogon Candy Cruncher

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What is Pyrogon Candy Cruncher?

Candy Cruncher is Pyrogon’s first game. It is created by Brian Hook and Rosie Cosgrove. As a master cruncher, you need to eat the candies while avoiding Dreaded Black Jellybeans. Tasty sweets are being dropped into the puzzle game. You have to form complete columns and rows by sliding the candy around, and crunching them on screen. You have to finish the number of rows required just in time to go to the next level. It has six levels of difficulty.

It has a playable demo and the full version. The full version has more candies, more levels to play, free from registration reminders and will allow you to choose your starting level. Candy Cruncher has several editions for Windows, Linux, Zaurus, Mac OS X 10.2 or higher, PalmOS, PocketPC and Windows Mobile SmartPhone.

The filename cruncher.exe belongs to Pyrogon Candy Cruncher. It is an executable file that runs in Task Manager. The right side of your main screen shows your score, your level in the game, number of rows to complete and other functional buttons including pause, options, highscores [to list the ranking of highest scores obtained from playing the game], restart and exit.

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Last updated: : October 18, 2012