Bunny Bear is an incredibly entertaining and challenging game for iPhone.
Developed by Kuixotiq, this unique blend of whack a mole and Lights Out will have players scrambling to save their new bunny friend from the evil bunny bears.
Concept and Gameplay:
As far as background stories go, Bunny Bear probably has one of the most creative stories I’ve heard yet. Essentially these “Bunny Bears” are a science experiment that’s gone horribly wrong.
Originally, the goal of morphing bunnies and bears together was to create the perfect household pet.
As the player in Bunny Bear, it’s your job to help Wooly the bunny escape the laboratory before the evil bunny bears can capture him and turn him into one of their own.
This is accomplished by tapping on squares as they light up. What this does is it moves Wooly forward, keeping distance between him and the bunny bear that’s chasing him.
If you tap an unlit square, it slows Wooly down. If the bunny bear catches him, it’s game over.
Bunny Bear scores you based on how far you were able to travel, so accuracy and speed is imperative when it comes to achieving a high score.
The further you travel, the more likely you are to encounter Wooly’s best friend Squishy the bird. Squishy helps fend off bunny bears that get too close to Wooly.
Initially I thought Bunny Bear was a silly game, but the more I played it, the more I realized just how fun it actually is. Naturally the game is a challenge when you first start playing, but once you get better at tapping the squares quickly, it’s easy to increase your score over time.
Bunny Bear doesn’t include very many extra features and is a very straightforward game, which is perfect.
This is definitely a game that doesn’t need extra fluff and is plenty of fun on its own. However, along with being able to meet up with Squishy, players can also find hidden mini games that help break up the tapping monotony.
It’s also worth mentioning that Bunny Bear includes a leaderboard for score sharing, making it even more fun to compete for a higher score.
You can also see game stats such as your best distance and the total distance you’ve traveled while playing the game.
Bunny Bear is available to download from the App Store for free and is designed for iPhone. There are a few different in app purchases you can make, such as permanently unlocking Squishy and purchasing additional feathers that’ll help speed up Wooly.
Overall, if you’re looking for a completely different game that’ll frustrate the heck out of you while keeping you entertained and occupied, Bunny Bear is probably just which are looking for.
I definitely recommend checking it out, as you’ll likely be hooked in no time.
Bunny Bear requires iOS 7.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5. A small expedite fee was paid to speed up the publication of this review.
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