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Bunny Kill 5 The Game

rated 3.63 / 5 stars
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Action - Fighting - Brawler

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Jul 20, 2011 | 12:56 AM EDT

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Author Comments

This is a fan made tribute game, I wish to take no credit for any of the content found here. Having watched and loved the bunny kill movies I thought it would be cool if I could "play" as snowball, so I made a really short and basic game just to see what it would be like. It was originally for my own personal use, however I thought I'd share it on the off chance anyone else wanted to play a game of the bunny kill movies. Hopefully someone good at making games might like the idea and team up with the bunny kill creator and make a proper game.

Anyway, all credit goes to the bunny kill creator Juuso Andelin.


A is a melee attack, S is a kick that knocks the other bunnies over and the arrow keys are for movement (tap UP in mid air to do a double jump). To block simply "press nothing" and so long as you have some "block power" snowball will auto block.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

nice game

its a nice game but it needs 2 things
1.more attacks
2.change of levels/chapters

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Rated 3 / 5 stars

A few problems.

There are a few annoying issues I found with the game. First is the blocking, that really needs to be key activated. It's hard to play this game without constantly moving around, so the passive block really interferes with game play. You also need something to indicate that you're actually blocking, I didn't even realize I was blocking until my second time through. Same problem with taking damage, you need to add in some sort of animation or sound for when you get hit. The enemies could use some variation. Maybe add in some ranged enemies, or something. The ground combat gets dull after a while, so some varied combos and/or different weapon types should be added. The air combat is a lot of fun though, I think it's fine the way it is. Some variation on the music and maps would also be nice. And.....Yeah I think that's it.

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

A good start.

I actually kind of like the game as it is. However, I do agree that it would be pretty sweet if someone did team up with the creator and made a more polished and fancy version.

Unfortunately, a full game may be a long way off, or maybe even out of the question as far as Bunnykill's creator is concerned. So, in the meantime, here are a few things you could do to improve what is already created.

-Ranged Weapons. Guns were used quite a bit in the Bunnykill series, so it wouldn't be out of the question to give you the option of fighting with a gun.
-More Attacks. I get bored kicking and slashing my way through the same bunnies over and over. Maybe some sort of special attack or something would fix that.
-Healing. Maybe you could heal a few points in between rounds, or pick up a powerup every once in a while.
-Active Guarding. There is only one game I have ever played that did an acceptable job implementing passive guarding, and that is Tekken 5, a console game. It's far more complicated and deep than this "short and basic game," and was only able to pull it off because of several other faces of gameplay. It is not recommended here in a simple flash game.
-Interactive Environments. I would like to be able to move to different areas and all that good stuff, and I'd love to be able to damage walls and jump off of stuff. Most good fighting games have that.

Anyway, good job. 7/10. 4/5

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It's ok

Liu Kang's theme song was good, but I wish it wouldn't start before pressing play. Or perhaps you should get something out of the audio portal that loops a little better.
The game itself is ok. But as people below said, Bunnykill is tribute to MC. So seeing a tribute to a tribute is amusing. Anyway I was surprised by the fact that you added experience in a game where the player needs to beat a certain number of foes in a wave. Thus the player will always have same weapons in a stage upon replaying.
So if you can manage to make a fluent game with nonrepetetive stages and more weapons/firearms it'd be awesome. Good luck


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty decent

I think this is the first Bunnykill tribute I have ever reviewed. It's cool because the "Bunnykill" series itself started out as a tribute to the "Madness Combat" series. The thing was weird because at first I thought it was too easy, but then I suddenly died. I guess you have to really pay attention to how much health you have. The music was really good in this too. The graphics were good, and it seemed a lot like a game made by the author!

The main flaw was that it did seem to just be the same thing over and over. At least you got some upgrades as the game went along. It's pretty cool to be able to kick those enemies and watch them fly over and over. Do you think you or someone else might make a game when the second part of this comes out? You might want to also have him go into the buildings.

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