All right, so there are birds and pigs, bears, cows and now rabbits. Is there anyone else to leave the ark?
Bloody Bunnies is one of those games that, by its own nature are born to be played by both gamers and casual players, therefore achieving unquestionable success. The game mechanics are rather simple: color bunnies jumping and jumping around trying to step on other bunnies. Every time you step on any other bunny's head you'll get one point and send him to his spawning nest. There are trampolines where you can jump higher and narrow spaces where strategy is essential. It's as easy that there's no need for a tutorial. Gameplay is intuitive, smooth and addictive, surrounded by nice environments and a catchy music. It has to be emphasized that it isn't the height of originality, but its flawlessness is indeed worth that much. If you want to complain about something that is the thirty-odd Mb to download.
It's true that this game wouldn't be a hit if it lacked the most important thing: although it's fun to play it alone, it unleashes all its potential when playing online against friends or strangers, so next time you're within a wifi radius, don't be shy and try to beat people instead of bots. The experience will be far greater as long as your connection doesn't play a dirty trick on you.
Mentalwarp Games folks make their debut in the androidsphere with this thorough and awesome work. It could seem a crazy and self-confident game, but we may say that it really is the result of a smart market research. Well done.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Sep 01, 2011