Bunny Must Die!

Genre: Action | DRM-Free

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1999X: Bunny was just an ordinary rabbit girl. That is, until the day the Mighty Thermomewclear Power Plant went critical.


From the creator of the Gundemonium Collection comes a thrilling new 2D action-platformer!

Help Bunny escape the Devils’ Labyrinth and defeat the 7 Devils in this hilariously over-the-top action-platformer game. 

Battle through a large, connected map filled with unique enemies, traps, and puzzles. Use magical items like the Sylph Shooter and the Hyper Heels to power up and defeat the 7 Devils.

Manipulate the fabric of time to solve puzzles and survive.

Will Bunny be rid of those new ears she so despises?

Only with your assistance can she brave this dangerous maze...

Features

  • Beautiful hand-drawn 2D graphics
  • Over-the-top comical style with a charming storyline
  • Play through 7 dangerous areas and battle 7 powerful Devils
  • 2 versions: Choose from original game or remix with new sprites
  • Acquire magical items, new abilities and manipulate time to solve puzzles 
  •  Unlockable second playable character
  • Exclusive: New remixed soundtrack by Woofle (Gundemonium Collection)

Press Quotes

Press Pause Radio: "The gameplay itself is fluid, and the control is impressively tight. Bunny has all kinds of techniques that are gradually learned throughout your adventure. You'll be able to choose between original and remixed visuals as well. Finally, the soundtrack is pretty amazing, with lots of super-catchy tunage and the option between the original and remixed soundtracks. It's going to be pretty hard for any action gamer to not find something they like in this package."

Joystiq: "Bunny Must Die: Chelsea & the 7 Devils is an "exploration-based platformer" due this summer, in which a bunny-suited girl explores the "Devils' Labyrinth," picking up additional weapons like the "Hyper Heels," getting through traps, and solving puzzles. Bunny also gets time manipulation powers, allowing her to slow, stop, or reverse time."

Mash Those Buttons: "Bunny Must Die is a 2D action platformer that makes it easy to reminisce over old school games from your childhood. With Castlevania style gameplay, stages in the form of Metroid labyrinths, and Mega Man style boss battles there’s little that players won’t enjoy. The visuals are smooth and very much like those of an anime, giving the players a very warm feeling as they scour the bowels of the devils’ dens."


Minimum system requirements

WindowsCPU Intel® Pentium® 4 3.0 GHz equivalent or above
Memory 1 GB or more RAM
Video Card NVIDIA® GeForce® 6600 GT or ATI/AMD Radeon™X1600 Pro 256MB equivalent or higher
Hard Disk 2 GB or higher free space
Direct X Direct X 9.0c or above
Operating System Windows XP 32bit / Vista 32bit / Windows 7 32bit Note: 64bit clients not officially supported and may experience issues running.

User reviews

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posted on 2016-06-22

21:34:42 by Mreitsma

Metroidvania with tons of charm

Honestly if you like metroidvanias you can stop reading now and just buy the game.

This is one of the best games I have played in a long time. The level design is (usually) great, the boss fights are fast paced and fun, the controls are tight... Aside from one small issue which I'll get to later, the gameplay is flawless. It's a little weird to say but the controls are almost the best part about this game, and it's probably got the tightest controls in any game I've ever played.

As for presentation, that's nice too. There's not much story but what is there has a lot of charm and a little humor. The graphics aren't anything to write home about but they do the job, I'd say they're slightly above average. The music is good, but not great, and honestly I can only remember a few tracks off the top of my head, though to be fair this review was typed a few months after I played the game. If you aren't happy about the way the game is displayed, or what it sounds like, or what the controls are, well you can change all of those. You can change the aspect ratio from widescreen to 4:3 which I personally appreciate, you can change the OST from classic to remixed, and obviously you can change your controls, and I very much appreciate that the developers used directinput instead of Xinput.

The game runs without a hitch and I've never encountered any glitches. It's got an achievement system that promotes speedrunning (among other things) and will even let you play the game lacking the ability to turn around, if you want a hefty challenge.

The only thing wrong with this game is that one or two parts of the game almost require the use of the guide unless you either get lucky or are a very outside-the-box thinker. However, 99% of the game an average person could figure out just by exploring.

With that small complaint out of the way, this is truly a great game. Since I can't rate it at 4.5/5 stars I'm going to give it a 5. It does a lot of little things right and oozes charm. It's not a game I'm going to forget about anytime soon.

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