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Dynamic physics swinging-platformer Crumble gets a final trailer

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Crumble is an upcoming 3D platformer where you control a happy little ball-face, rolling around and using your hilarious long tongue to swing across platforms and it looks brilliant.

"Crumble is a physics platformer with a grappling tongue mechanic. Join the chaos of unstable platforms and unexpected destruction with this cute blue ball! Try to progress in exciting levels falling around you. Move like a Slime, jump like a Ball, swing like Spiderman!"

It's had a demo available for some time, which you should really try out and it's confirmed to be releasing on December 4. Ahead of the upcoming release, developer Brute Force released a brand new trailer to showcase all the various parts of the game. Take a look:

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Features:

  • A campaign mode with an increasingly crumbling world
  • A multiplayer party mode up to 4 local players
  • Unlock new skins
  • Online leader boards
  • Highly dynamic physics

You can follow it and try the demo on Steam.

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Tags: Demo, Platformer, Steam, Upcoming | Apps: Crumble
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