Thursday, 14 March 2013

Stunt Bunnies Circus Review (iOS)

Stunt Bunnies Circus Review (iOS)


Genre: Arcade
Developer: Chilibite Entertainment
Version: 1.2.2
Modes: Single Player Only
In-App Purchases: In Game Currency (Coins)
Price: USD0.99

Stunt Bunnies Circus - by Chilibite Entertainment
Playing as Jet Bunny, savior of bunnies and impromptu safety net, you'll have to whizz around and catch falling tight rope walking bunnies before they go splat on the circus floor.

The visuals are a nice blend of cartoon and children's storybook, and the hilarious cutscenes provide nice little stories to give a little background to the progression of the game. The circus themed music and cute sound effects really add to the experience of this ridiculously fun game.

Stunt Bunnies Circus Review (iOS)

Falling bunny performers, from fast plummeting strongmen (ahem..strongbunnies) to tutu wearing ones with their frilly umbrellas that float almost gently to the ground, make Jet Bunny's job a tough one. With one touch intuitive controls, Jet Bunny will fly where you want him to with a simple tap, scooping up any falling bunny acrobats that are in his path. Catching more than one bunny with a single tap will give you extra coins that you can use in the shop.

Stunt Bunnies Circus Review (iOS)

As the game progresses, more stuff is introduced to make your bunny saving job more challenging, fire ball juggling bunnies, cannons and even a hungry lion. Fire balls singe Jet Bunny and disrupt his flight, while flying into the lion makes you unable to save bunnies for a couple of seconds while you show him who's boss. Although the game might seem pretty tough with multiple things to avoid while saving those silly bunnies, difficulty scales pretty evenly.

Stunt Bunnies Circus Review (iOS)

Stunt Bunnies Circus uses a three star scoring system, based on the number of falling bunnies you manage to save. You'll need a minimum of 1 star to move on to the next level though so you can't let too many of them dive into the ground no matter how comical they look doing so.

If you're having trouble beating a level, you'll be able to buy powerups in the shop like crash mats and fire jackets. They're pretty expensive though considering the small number of coins you earn each level, and seem to be angled towards in-app purchases. Coins are also available for purchase with real cash in the shop. You won't need to spend anything to play the whole game though as it's not really that difficult, so it's really up to you.

We had a lot of fun playing Stunt Bunnies Circus and it was difficult not to enjoy the game with it's funny characters and cutscenes. We did not find it particularly challenging though, so it's definitely suitable for gamers of all skill levels. If you're looking for some light-hearted entertainment, you should definitely consider getting Stunt Bunnies Circus.

The product(s) featured in this review were purchased/obtained by ice cream when the sky is grey.

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