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The year is 2030, a lone scientist pushes the boundaries of morality and genetics with the creation of Bunny. A viable gene sample can be the key to unlocking the secrets of human evolution and change the course of history forever. There’s only one problem… Bunny doesn't want to Die!

Take control of Bunny in this fast paced action platformer all the while trying to stay one step ahead of Dr. Otto Vexx’s nefarious experiments.

How many Tests can you survive?

CONTROLS:
SPACE to break the glass
A and D to move
Left-Click or SPACE to jump
W to go through doors
Right-Click to activate charge stations

A game by Tracy Dow and Sean Gentry

Music by

Hugo Reyes
Night Of Revenge
https://soundcloud.com/you_go_hugo

Jason Shaw

Audionautix: Acoustic (Jason Shaw) / CC BY 3.0

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TomFulpTomFulp

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars July 3, 2014

Just wanted to say that your graphics are great! The game is super super hard though so I'm not sure how many people will last longer than 10 seconds... Still would like to see more by you though!


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DhallDhall

Rated 2 / 5 stars June 24, 2014

The most pointless and unrewarding game on Newgrounds...


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Editor6Editor6

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars June 24, 2014

This is terrible for Touch Pad computers, if you don't have a mouse then you can't play it...
It has a nice fluid movement but when you use the touch pad, the keyboard and touch pad fight for control, I expected the "W" on the Keyboard to represent jump not right click.
I also hope for a way to customize your controls in the game so you don't come across any problems with computers that have disadvantages... Only then will a game be good.


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crazydude114crazydude114

Rated 2 / 5 stars June 24, 2014

the only reason why i give this game 2 stars is the good pixel graphics but 2 stars is my maximum i mean who else makes the left click for jumping i mean use W!


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fire2infernofire2inferno

Rated 3 / 5 stars June 24, 2014

I'm going to be fairly generous since the game does have some charming aspects to it, but this doesn't excuse the fact that the game is basically just a game of trial and error. Although I have been tolerant enough to let the choppy control scheme grow on me, the game's difficulty jumps around too much from level to level (i.e. there are some levels I have perfected on my first try while others not so much). I'm not inclined to even finish the game, and I happen to be on level 8, due to the fact that 1/3 of the game is purely luck based, 1/3 pure level memorization, and 1/3 skill. Some things I've noticed about the games structure is, I have had instances where I have gotten stuck between a moving platform and a wall or ceiling, either killing me or making the level no longer beatable as I can no longer move.
Now let me try talking about the few good aspects of the game. As I said before, this game does have a charming side to it since you're controlling a bunny who is rewarded for surviving in an unethical situation, only to be recaptured again. Although the game is fairly cheap, it is not unbeatable, as a matter of fact, it's completely possible to beat if you persist long enough. I must admit though, the one thing that would probably have me come back is the music. It's probably the only thing that actually kept me playing through this. All of the tracks fit so well, ranging from some that sound like you're in a fairly helpless situation but you have to move forward, to others that try to get you pumped for the next test ahead.
Now for some possible fixes. I have already explained that I have gotten used to the control scheme, but it would be nice to let us choose our own control schemes as I'm speaking for non-qwerty keyboard users. As complained by many others, there is a lag to the jump key and it does bug me as well. The game is supposed to mean, "one mistake and you're dead" but most of the time, even with my tolerance to the control and lag, I tend to see myself falling off of a ledge ultimately killing me, even though I pressed the jump key before falling.
All around, this is a decently functional game with a good concept but choppy controls that seem to be a turn off for the casual platform gamer. I would finish the game, but the gameplay has surprisingly gotten stale for me after playing for about 45 minutes to an hour. I don't seem to see any reason to replay this game other than for bragging rights. I may come back for the soundtrack, as it doesn't appear the creator of it has released it for public view or use. There are possibly more thing I have probably missed (like the storyline), but I cannot fully criticize this game without completing it first. Thats all I can say.
~fire


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