MoneyPaw Games: Retro Import Hyper Crazy Climber Out Next Week
MoneyPaw Games PR Manager Ryan Olsen announced today that retro import Hyper Crazy Climber is out on PSN next week with details below.
To quote: MonkeyPaw Games has another import retro title ready. You better have a good grip because you'll be climbing your way to the stratosphere. Our newest game is Hyper Crazy Climber, a series that has roots all the way back to the start of arcades.
Hyper Crazy Climber is a sequel to Crazy Climber. As you likely guessed, with Hyper Crazy Climber the challenges are more hyper, crazier, and climb...ier.
The goal for each level is to start at the bottom of a tower and navigate the level while avoiding obstacles to reach the top. It might not sound too difficult, but that isn't the case at all.
The controls were designed to be difficult to master, and you'll need to operate the left and right side of your character independently to reach the summits.
It'll take expert hand-eye coordination to gracefully climb your way to the peak of beanstalks, clock towers, and other tall structures.
Hyper Crazy Climber originally launched in Japan in 1996 for the PSone. It's a continuation of the arcade games, and the first time a new entry in the Crazy Climber series found a home on consoles.
Here are some gaming fun facts: the Crazy Climber series was the first video game to ever feature a character climbing or scaling large structures - and this is the first time Hyper Crazy Climber will be available in North America.
Starting April 15th, you'll be able to download the game from PlayStation Store for your PS3 and PS Vita as a cross buy title.