Blast ‘Em Bunnies – Competition Winners!

Thanks to everyone who entered our Blast ‘Em Bunnies competition.

The correct answer to our question about the number of enemy bunnies was 9.

If you didn’t win you will be able to download Blast ‘Em Bunnies on the following platforms from the following dates:

March 8 – PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in the Americas
March 9 – PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in Europe, UK, Australia and New Zealand
March 10 – Nintendo 3DS in the Americas, Europe, UK, Australia and New Zealand
March 11 – Xbox One in the Americas, Europe, UK, Australia and New Zealand

Congratulations to our 10 winners who have already been contacted via email. They will each receive a download code for the main game on a platform of their choice. The winners are:

James Morales

Alan Burgos

Leo Jenkins

Guillaume Houard

Jordan Phipps

James Butcher

Felipe MacNight

Timothy Shoemaker

Daniel (second name not given)

Chris Bramblett

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  • LeoJ

    Awesome! When are the codes getting sent out? :)

  • Bruce Thomson

    Hi Leo, congratulations! You should have received an email from us. Codes will be sent out after the game has been released in your region for the platform you have requested.

  • LeoJ

    Cool and thanks for the reply Bruce!

    Just eager to play! :) I replied to the email. Game is already on my regions store (PlayStation / Europe)

  • Bruce Thomson

    Yep, we’re just awake here in Australia so I should get round to sending you a code in the next couple of hours or so.

  • LeoJ

    Thanks again. I’m planning on buying all the DLC to support the devs :)

  • Bruce Thomson


  • Bruce Thomson

    Ho Leo, we don’t seem to have your email reply. Can you try again please. Thanks!

  • LeoJ

    Oh! Will send again now :)

  • Bruce Thomson

    OK, still didn’t get it. Don’t worry, we have your email address and know you want a PS Europe code, so I’ll send you one now.

  • Bruce Thomson

    OK, you should have your code now. Your email address is coming up as Michael Moriarty, that’s why we got confused. I might have called you Michael in the email, sorry.