Fight Crab 2 - Official Early Access Launch Trailer

Fight Crab 2 is a physics-based shellfish brawler developed by Calappa Games. Players will fight to claim the title of King Crab through suiting up in impenetrable armor, mounting immortal crustaceans, and flipping opponents belly-up across a variety of destructible stages. Battle it out across 14 stages from ancient villages, ledge-less airborne platforms, basketball courts, and more. Fight Crab 2 is available now on PC in Steam Early Access.

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