You can sum up Krazy Kreatures in a few words: Tick 'em up and put 'em down. Animals and other assorted critters from the sky onto your playing field. When they land you've got to grab them with your transporter, pick them up, a move them next to some of their own kind. When you've corralled a row of three, four, or more similar creatures, double tap Button A and off they go.
The goal here is to keep moving creatures off the screen before more creatures fill it up. Once you run out of spaces you're history! You need at least three similar creatures in a row to get rid of them, but some critters require four in a row to go -- humanoids require five, monsters need six, and so on.
You'll rack up big bonus points you clear the entire screen. A timer tapping foot) starts ticking once the of the creatures has landed. The round ends when time runs out. The only way to lose the game, though, is to get run by critters. And as you clear ea level, the creatures come more quickly. Soon, obstacles start to appear, and you find yourself searching desperately for a space to place a creature.
ProTip: Set up animals in groups of two, one space apart along the same row. Then fill in the gap with a similar animal to send five off at once, and net big bonus points.
Krazy Kreatures can be played solo, head-to-head against a friend, or cooperatively with a partner. It also contains a bonus game called "Klux" ft uses colored squares (like the Atari game, Klax), but these squares land on the playing field just like the creatures in KK. The game has the same objective as KK.
Krazy Kreatures is a fun diversion that quickly turns into a maddening exercise in survival. By the time you reach the tenth level, your sweaty fingers will be slipping off your control pad. This game takes more fast movement than actual strategy. Move 'em out!