Do you love solving puzzles? Hopping around like a bunny? Discover an open world? Or do you simply like having fun? Well, DillyFrame’s new game Kick it, Bunny! might be just the game for you. While playing this game, you can discover all kinds of enjoyable features so let’s hop right in and see what my thoughts on this new game are!
We played Kick it, Bunny! for 5 hours on PC.
What we liked!
- Puzzles | During the game there are 50 different puzzles to solve. Every single one of them is a block puzzle where you need to put Tetris-like pieces in a given figure. The difficulty of the puzzles ranges from fairly easy to very hard. This also makes the sometimes fun/childish-looking game not really suitable for kids. However, the puzzles aren’t the only to do thing on your list when playing this game. There is also an activity where you can jump through different hoops. There are currently 37 of them in-game, which of course, also comes with its own Steam achievement.
- Open world | Kick it, Bunny! provides an open-world game where you can freely walk around in a hunt for the 50 puzzles. While exploring the world, you will encounter a couple of different interesting features. For example, there are animals walking around the map and they can randomly kick you so you will bounce back. This is not vital to the gameplay, but it’s a fun little extra in the game.
- Multiplayer | The game also offers a multiplayer option where you can discover the map with friends and solve the puzzles together. There are also some fun multiplayer games to play, like a football field, where you can play against each other or a race track to see who is the fastest. It’s a nice addition when you want to take a break from solving puzzles with your friends.
- Repetitive | I don’t want to nag but after a while, the game gets really repetitive. Yes, it is fun to hunt all the 50 puzzles and jump through all the hoops. But once you have been doing it for a while, the only reason to continue for me was to get the Steam achievement that I completed everything. But I can also see some people quitting the game after a while because it gets boring quite fast. I kind of missed a bit more challenge to keep me interested.
- Tutorial | Another thing that gave me a mixed feeling was that there is no tutorial. Now for me, it’s fantastic and provides another layer to the puzzle game because you literally have to figure out everything yourself. However, for some of the younger players, it can be a bit tedious since there is no guidance on how to start playing the game.
What we disliked
- Hitbox | What I disliked the most about the game is that the hitboxes aren’t always that clear. For example, when you hit a block in a certain way, it just rotates in a different direction, or you end up hitting two blocks at the same time instead of just one. It feels like that the developers should look into this a bit more because this feels like a small bug that shouldn’t be occuring.
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