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Jan 31, 2014 | 11:37 AM EST
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Acid Bunny is back! This time all the action takes place on the beach, the ocean and in the jungle as well as another Down Below level. The game has a whole range of new mini games with new cut scenes, narration and a lot of other new fun stuff!

Arrow keys to move
A to throw carrots
S to dismount or let go
P or ESC to pause

You can change the controls to WASD from the main menu or the pause menu.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

omg it took me forever but i finaly finishd the game so when i saw the ending video the favoriting tool finally worked but i acidently pressed it twice and NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO great game though

SeethingSwarm responds:

Congrats on completing the game! Do you mean that you had trouble adding this game to your favourites? That sucks. Unfortunately it's a problem with Newgrounds and I have no power over that, but they should have sorted it out by now. Anyway, thanks for the review and the 5 stars! I'm so glad you liked the game :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars

What did you smoke?
Where can i find it?

Awesome game.

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SeethingSwarm responds:

Hahaha! :D
Glad you like the game and thanks for the 5 stars!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Thank you! Very moody game, eye candy graphics, neat plot and good humor. I absolutely loved it.
The only thing[s] missing from the ABSOLUTE BEST GAME COMPOUND are some b**bs. Everything else - you have it!

This game is also very anti-drug propagandic and positive: trips are bad, drunks and drugs can kill you or event your friends. In that world the bunny can repair his friend, but in the real world you can't. The game tells that by killing junkies and staying away from addictive business you vaccinate yourself from becoming one. That's the background idea. Friends will always help ya.

Got a glitch though: when falling from the top sky level of the Beach's first screen (on top of the crying baby) the bunny fell somewhere in the right bottom corner under textures never to jump out of it again. Carrots are thrown, but no movement. The bunny was under mushroom trip, so I guess that's just the way it happens sometimes to the one who had taken a mushroom - get really stuck some place deep with rainbows everywhere :) So kids, do not do mushrooms.

Thanks again.

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SeethingSwarm responds:

So glad you like the game! I'm not sure what went wrong with that glitch you mentioned. Sorry about that. Luckily you can just go back to the main menu and continue your game with all your seashells and thread pieces still in your possession. I'm glad it didn't totally ruin your experience. Thanks for the kind words and the 5 stars!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

It's little harder than the first one but I liked it.This game is so great that I finished it 2 times.

Keep it up.
Good work.

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SeethingSwarm responds:

Wow that's great! I'm so glad you like it :) Thanks for the comments and the 5 stars!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I played this back when it came out in Armor Games, and I loved every second of it.

I love the cutesy graphics mixing up with the slight pints of dark humor, and I also love the choice of symphonic music that goes with the scenes and the stages. Acid Bunny's story legitimately captivates me, and it's something in between an adult satire of cute cartoons and cute cartoons that are actually meant to be cute.

The gameplay is fun, mostly because I love fetch-quest adventures, and in this game, they are complemented by having to fight off the evil siblings, jump on difficult platformers, fly to the sky and play some mini-games and quizzes, pretty cool stuff. I love the references to the first game in the quizzes, and MAN, I love the beach volleyball minigame, even though I will admit it frustrated me a lot.

The only thing I don't like about this game is the complete lack of key items that must be obtained through challenging tasks to open way to new areas. As it stands, all parts of the game are accessible right from the start, independently of what you have gathered before (save for the shells which you use to enter mini-games, but those don't count because the can be found anywhere), which for me kills one fundamental aspect I like in most adventure games that is backtracking with an item you just acquired that you know will help you unravel secrets (this element is present in Zelda, Metroidvania-like games, and many Flash games that adapted the style) because this is responsible for, like, 50% of the feeling of accomplishment I feel when playing an adventure game (it goes like this: Oh look! This item does this! WHOA! I can use it in that one part back where I started! Let's go!).

Acid Bunny's story is sad, and I bet it's probably very close to home for many people. In spite of the bullying he suffered by his brothers, he turned out much better than them for not becoming a drug addict, and I'm happy that he has friends, but at the same time, I'm sad that he has to have an acid flashback whenever he gets happy... will there ever be a sequel where his condition is cured?

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SeethingSwarm responds:

Thanks for the great review and the constructive criticism! I agree with you about acquiring an item and then backtracking to unlock something new in the game. It really does add a sense of accomplishment. I'll definitely keep it in mind for future games!

Acid Bunny's story is indeed a very sad one, especially if you take away the cuteness factor of this game and I'm glad you saw that. I'm not sure if there will be another episode for this character. At the moment I'm extremely busy with Earth Taken 2 and other projects that will keep me busy for at least another 6 months, so I don't have any time right now.

Another thing is that most sponsors out there don't really want anything to do with this game, because of the drug-related theme along with Acid Bunny's mother's suicide. Unfortunately I have to eat, pay rent and pay bills etc, so I do need to make money from these games. They take a lot of time to make, and it's a miracle that Acid Bunny 2 even saw the light of day. I almost went completely broke from making the first Acid Bunny, but I decided to make a second episode even though I got payed almost nothing for it, because I felt that people deserved it.

Anyway, thanks a lot for the comments and the nice score!