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EDIT: Oh my god! Front page and daily first!!! Thank you so much!!!

ONLY PLAY NORMAL IF YOU WANT TO SUFFER

Made for Ludum Dare 40 in 48 hours!
Controller will most probably not work in browser...
Get Windows version here: https://dietzribi.itch.io/sofra
Ludum Dare submission page: https://ldjam.com/events/ludum-dare/40/sofra

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Hahaha! Loved this game, except for the ending. But nicely done. I love Ludum Dare games.

Nice attention to detail with respect to gravity and physics. Well done.

There was a bit of suffering in normal, yeah, but the fact that it was still clearly possible is what's important. I think my first impression of the game was "well this is a neat way to tell guys not to have kids"...jokingly; but as soon as I saw that top hat I knew we wern't exactly playing as father of the year. I mean, hey, someone's gotta keep that newgrounds humor alive.

I love this game sooo much!!!! :)))

So many bob-bons

Okay, so this game is great... but easy mode should be called normal and normal should be called hard... Another thing is that the hawk runs away from us but we're harmless, which doesn't make sense... it could just steal the bunnies we have at hand. That makes it a plothole, so there should be a logical reason to why it runs away from us and to why we can't harm it like maybe we can punch it, which makes it comes back to its natural position, but only when we have 0 bunnies in hand.