We’ve recently done a few interviews which probably got lost in all the Blast ‘Em Bunnies hype. Three are Bunnies related but also include discussions about Nnooo. The fourth is about the recent GX Australia event in Sydney. Here are the links:
Another wave of Blast ‘Em Bunnies reviews have come in. Here are a selection of our favourites:
“a solid shooter with really good foundations; it’s fun, funny and completely quirky, with some hidden humour”
“a fantastically charming title which embraces the frequent reward formula to keep gamers invested far longer than they anticipated”
“a great family game and an addicting one at that, regardless of who you are”
“more than enough fun and excitement to keep you entertained”
“From its addicting nature making you say “one more round”, to its Arcade-like roots, it’s just pure fun”
The initial reviews are in for Blast ‘Em Bunnies. Here are some of our favourites across all platforms:
“what I love most about Blast ‘Em Bunnies is just how refined and precise the whole experience is.”
“a classic take on the wave-survival shooter genre steeped in charm and crafted for gamers with something to prove. Pick it up if you’re after a fresh challenge.”
“Ultimately, I find Blast ‘Em Bunnies to be an incredibly fun, clever and addictive game.”
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: Read the rest of this entry »
Enter our competition to win 1 of 10 Blast ‘Em Bunnies download codes.
Winners drawn on Wednesday 8th March 2016 at 4pm Australian Eastern Standard Time.
We are excited to announce 4 new titles which we will be publishing on multiple consoles.
These are Majestic Nights by Sydney developer Epiphany Games, Rogue Singularity by Melbourne’s Considerable Content, Anodyne by Analgesic Productions in the US and The Legend of Kusakari by Librage in Japan.
Majestic Nights, Rogue Singularity and Anodyne will all be published by Nnooo on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One while The Legend of Kusakari will be published by Nnooo on Nintendo 3DS (already released on Nintendo 3DS in Japan).
Click here to go to our updated Nnooo page to discover all of our games or read more details in our press release below.
The Blast ‘Em Bunnies main game and the Super Mega Bundle are now available for digital pre-order and pre-download on Xbox One!
Pre-order your copy now so you can immediately play the game when it is released on Xbox One on March 11.
The main game costs US$/€ 4.99 and the Super Mega Bundle is US$/€ 19.99.
Blast ‘Em Bunnies will also be released on PlayStation 4/PlayStation Vita (March 8th & 9th) and Nintendo 3DS (March 10th).
We’re thrilled to finally announce Blast ‘Em Bunnies is released on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox One and Nintendo 3DS between 8th to 11th March.
The base game will cost US$/€ 4.99 and add-on content, including additional skins and arenas, will be available from launch.
Our full press release is below.