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Mr. Crab 2
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Games||1.8.3||December 13, 2017||4.08|
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Version 1.8.3 released on December 13, 2017
Minor bug fixes.
Version 1.8.2 released on December 05, 2017
Bugfixes and general improvements
Version 1.8.1 released on November 14, 2017
iPhone X compatibility. Easier to get Levels from the vending machine.
Version 1.8.0 released on October 25, 2017
Halloween themed update with new levels and Skully the skeleton crab - the latest addition to the team.
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Mr. Crab 2 is proud to be part of ‘App Store Best of 2016’! Guess who's back? The irresistible, friendly and cool superhero Mr. Crab. This time he brought some new friends to join him on the most beautiful and meaningful adventure. Will Mr. Crab and his friends manage to save all lost baby crabs? To be able to do this they have to master the jumping, go through exciting and adorable passages and last but not least look out for evil enemies. Will the crab heroes ever succeed? Now it's in your hands to help the Mr. Crab and his friends getting their babies back. Timing is everything In Mr. Crab 2 you´ll need to use all your timing and quick thinking to get gold medals on every level. Challenging levels Lots of challenging and beautiful levels. Levels to unlock for free and level to get as gifts in the vending machine. Customize your crab Collect lots of fun stuff like hats and masks to customize your crabs. Follow @illusionlabs on Twitter Like us at www.facebook.com/illusionlabs1 Credits Music composed by Scott Tobin This game is free to play but it offers in-app-purchases. You may disable in-app-purchasing using your device’s settings.
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