I think either fire crabs or blast end screwts were in the lego harry potter game for the psp, but it's been a couple of months since I played it and I can't go back through it because the battery is dead and my dog chewed the charging chord, but I'm like 90% positive that in one of the levels in year 3 with the hipporgriff they are in the pen with it and you have to flip them over. --BachLynn23 23:40, August 19, 2010 (UTC)

In video games

As I said in my edit note, the fire crabs in video games have jewels in their backs, and yet the article was reverted back to the version with "Although in the video games their shells are multi-coloured, the Fire Crab that appears on Pottermore has clear jewels in its shell".

The image in Behind the Scenes is a clear low resolution attempt at creating a fire crab, and while the jewels are not properly meshed, its clear that those various colours are supposed to be the jewels, not just multi-coloured spots. The article even states that was a first attempt at creating a fire crab. In every single other game, the fire crabs are shown with pointy jewels in their backs, as seen in both the Vaults Guardian and Giant Fire Crab articles, the latter which is just a slightly enlarged version of the normal fire crab in the game. - DarthImperius (talk) 01:46, October 16, 2017 (UTC)