Another Crab’s Treasure Announced for Switch

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Another Crab's Treasure

Today at the Nintendo Indie World Showcase developer Aggro Crab, known for their release of Going Under, announced their new game Another Crab’s Treasure. This is a unique take on the soulslike 3D Platformer Genre that is set in a crumbling underwater world plagued by pollution. You will play as a timid but brave hermit crab named Kril when the game finally launches in 2023.

Here is a bit about the game from the developers:

“I’ve had this game idea about a hermit crab that wears trash as a shell for like 6 years and nobody would let me do it.” said Nick Kaman, Art Director at Aggro Crab. “They would say things like ‘We don’t have the budget’ or ‘You literally just drew a picture of a crab on a paper towel.’ That’s when Kowloon Nights came in with a fat stack of cash and bankrolled this dumb game about crabs eating garbage and fighting other crabs during the end of the world. Now Another Crab’s Treasure is real and there’s nothing anyone can do about it. I love this game.”

 

 

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