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And sure, we're breaking the first rule of Fight Crab by telling you this but you can head over to Steam right now and pick up the "crustacean combat arena brawler". From publisher PLAYISM and Tokyo-based developer Nussoft this over-the-top release is the perfect Random Friday Find that will help kick off your weekend in style.

Crab style.


Witness madness incarnate as crab warriors enter the arena wielding their choice of dozens of weapons, including sabers, hand fans, and revolvers. Find the perfect playstyle thanks to more than 20 species with an array of body types. Some scuttle around quickly in their smaller shells, others use long and gangly arms to keep opponents at a distance, and heavyweights advance slowly but boast greater resistance to make up for it.

Battle across more than 10 dynamic stages, including a downtown rush-hour intersection bustling with cars and the terrifying crab death-factory known as the supermarket. Pull down chandeliers hanging precariously above a banquet table or shove foes into the path of a moving train to soften them up. A weakened combatant is ripe for flipping, but the embarrassment of legs thrashing in the air is nothing compared to the loser’s lot of going into the dinner pot.

In addition to a campaign chock full of 1v1 crab fights there's also a 2v2 multiplayer mode. In addition to today's Steam release a Nintendo Switch launch is also planned for later in the year - with cross-crab support.



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