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Crazy Crossings

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Sep 26, 2008 | 12:35 PM EDT

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Crazy Crossings is a arcade/strategy game that is fun for all ages, but particularly suitable for children.

You control a Crossing Patrol Guard/Lollipop Person who is tasked with helping kids cross the road to school.

Use the arrow keys on your keyboard to control the lollipop person. When you see a child stood at a crossing, walk onto the crossing to guide them across the road.

Be as quick as you can! The children will get upset if you leave them waiting too long.

In addition to the main game, Crazy Crossings offers a "Create a Lollipop Person" feature, allowing players to create their own character to use within the game.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

It would be more realistic if I could see the traffic coming a lot sooner. Either way, this is a good start.


Rated 0 / 5 stars


all that you do is stand there and you win


Rated 4 / 5 stars

It's fun, but hard!

This game is fun. I really enjoyed it. And it didn't bother me at all that it was angled toward a younger audience. I like the look. It's an original idea. It's fun that you can design your own crossing guard. The only problem for me is that it gets pretty hard pretty fast. Level four is much harder than level three or two. The kids back up so much and come at you so fast, and you just can't move your character fast enough to handle them. So, it seems to me, getting better at playing the game wouldn't even necessarily improve your chances of getting the kids to the pool or gym or what have you on time. If it was easier to have success, I'd say you have a real winner here.

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

Well, I excpected something different

Would be cool if Mouselandentertainment could make something like that with alot of explosions, speed and bloody gore.

Thanks for the input


Rated 0.5 / 5 stars


Hello? Gameplay? Where are you?