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Crumble is a dynamic physic platformer. Try not to fall in an increasingly crumbling world.

This is the demo version.

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CrumbleWin.zip 180 MB
CrumbleLinux.zip 181 MB
CrumbleMac.zip 171 MB

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the game is REALLY LAGGY even with all video settings to minimum, 1 frame per second, please add a quit all effects to maximize framerate to the ones that have slow computers.

Can you tell me which operating system are you using? And your general specs as well. Thanks!

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Hello anstabo,

I am using a Mac Book Pro version High Sierra, with  a 2,4 GHz intel core i5 of 2010, 

I apriciate your inverted time with all the beautifull graphic effects (that make the game much better), but not all computers can handle it.

A tip that I think it would make the game much faster is being able to remove the gelly effect, since the first version that you made of the game didn't include the effect  and it worked much faster.

Another tip would be making shorter levels and more charging screens, to reduce the amount of rendered objects.




I like it. It's full of emotion  and adrenaline. It also has stunning graphics and physics along with some great level design. On short, it's a great game


I absolutely loved this demo! I can't wait for the full release, I'll definitely be buying it! I love that it felt like a cross between Super Monkey Ball and Spiderman 😂 I made a video about it, and will make more once the full game is out! 🔥🔥

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A Fantastic game with really awesome dynamic physics, especially as the buildings fall apart from cannon fire , the character acceleration rate makes controlling the character a little challenging at times though.

The art style is great and level design seems to be very thought out  , the game atmosphere feels very light and lofty and fun. The little character appeals to you with that little smile, almost like no matter whats going on around them , they are still enjoying themselves.

It will be great to see what the completed version has to offer, maybe you could design your character skin or facial features to add a personalised experience to the game and maybe in the future a level editor for party play.

A nice game with great replay value potential.


This was a fun little game! I definitely see the potential with the tongue platforming, and of course the plane level! Would love to play a full game of this. Prop to the devs!


Really Nice and addictive game! The plane level seems so hard and buggy, but the concept is really original! :D


Made a video


I love this game, I'm just sad it was so short



Excellent game! I liked the speed and the game is SO ORIGINAL! It's really awesome and I had a blast playing. Here was my experience in a nutshell!


From the fast paced platforming to the super fast paced downhill slopes, Crumble is a great time for playing as a goo ball. The cartoonish graphics, while simple, work excellently with the overall whimsical tone of the game, and I enjoyed how the music picked up more and more as the game became more action oriented. It's definitely on my list to return to once it's fully released.

Good job, dev.

Hey guys, awesome game, congrats! We'd be interested in helping you to promote the demo via the 30 Million users on our platform: https://poki.com/ the only thing we need is a playable web build. 

Please add me on Discord if you're interested: Indopride#9174 

Cheers from Amsterdam,


So, uh, Pepe's a playable character, yes?


Not a bad demo! There were definitely some strong and weak points, but overall a pretty solid start. There were a few times where I felt as if I were completely at the liberty of the physics engine, frustratingly so, to the point where it didn't feel like it was a matter of skill or understanding, but just of luck. If those can be ironed out this might be really amazing! Keep up the good work!


The game's idea is sweet, licking needs to be used more. :)