Try Bouncing the Bunny on your PlayBook instead of flinging feathers

By Kerri Neill on 5 Jul 2012 10:05 pm
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Here in Colorado Springs there has been a lot going on. In order to take my youngest daughter’s mind off it all, I found a few new PlayBook games for her to try out. One of the new games was another gem from Union called Bounce the Bunny. We've covered their Super Crossfire HD, Air Attack, Muffin Knight and Burn the City here on the blogs and all of them are a lot of fun to play. While it is similar to those angry games, this one has a bit more of a happy tone to it. Bounce the Bunny is a great game for all ages and is very easy to play. The concept is simple, use the boot to kick the bunny and land in the bullseye. Try to collect as many stars as you can along the way. Use your magic dust to create bubbles that allow you to bounce the bunny in the right direction and keep him from falling.

Features:
  • 60 different levels of bouncing bunny fun
  • Unlockable upgrades power-ups and rewards
  • If bunnies aren't your scene you can try bouncing tigers or frogs instead
This game starts off pretty easy and grabbing all the stars in the first try is pretty simple. As you progress through the game, levels get really complicated and there are more obstacles. Those pesky stars aren't as easily attainable either. Making the bubbles bigger than what they start as was a little difficult but I eventually got the hang of it. I absolutely love the little victory dance that the bunny does every time he lands in the bullseye and the cute little costumes you can buy for him. Bounce the Bunny is currently available for $0.99 (well worth it in my opinion) from BlackBerry App World. Bounce those bunnies (or tigers and frogs) to your heart’s content!

For more information / purchase Bounce the Bunny

4 comments

Brianflys

Oh...good... Another...children's...game.......

BruvvaPete

Yes, it is. So is Angry Birds. It'll sell.

boldkeyboardholic

everytime I see I have to purchaes points, stars, credits, I fell I would get really to get ripped off.