Candy Cruncher For Linux

February 25th, 2002 by michael

Numerous folks alerted us to the release of Candy Cruncher for Linux. Candy Cruncher is a puzzle game from Pyrogon, founded by former id programmer Brian Hook. They’ve released a demo, and Candy Cruncher can also be purchased on-line for $14.95.

5 Responses to “Candy Cruncher For Linux”

  1. theoddone33 Says:

    You can afford $15, go buy it.

  2. Judecca Says:

    I dare you to beat me.

    In related news, homework is for losers.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Why don’t they call the file .sh so regular Mr. Joe’s doesn’t have to do chmod +x on the file.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    The pimpmasta wants your cash

  5. jonabbey Says:

    The game is fun, the graphics and sounds are very cool (although the music doesn’t have enough variety, what’s there is very well done). Worth $15.

    I do see that the game seems to be pegging the CPU at 100% utilization or thereabouts, with the time split between X and candycruncher. Looks like there is some optimization to be done in the Linux version still.

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