A crazy action-adventure platformer... In Hell.
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Release Date: Oct 3, 2012

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About This Game

Hell Yeah! is a crazy action-adventure platformer... In Hell.

You are Ash, a devil rabbit and the prince of Hell. When some jerk finds it funny to post your secret intimate photos all over the Hell-ternet, you get VERY angry.

Time to seek out the bastard and destroy him once and for all. While you’re at it, why not use this incredible journey to kill everybody else?

It’s you against all Hell. It’s Hell Yeah!

Key Features:

  • Tension-relieving faux-gore action Hell Yeah! helps you clear your mind after a bad/frustrating/boring day at work. Achieve this by exploring the four corners of Hell and exterminating monsters in a cheerful yet challenging atmosphere.
  • Drill to kill shooting is fun but shooting from a super sawing jetpack that can drill through walls and squash monsters into chunks is better. Hell Yeah! gives you full frontal violence in your face.
  • This game is too BIG for you 10 huge game worlds with secret areas and side quests, hundreds of objects, weapons and monsters to collect. If you’re a completionist, you’re screwed man.
  • Help us make Hell a cleaner place there are 100 unique monsters to exterminate in Hell Yeah! Some are rude, others are really ugly but they all equally deserve to DIE!
  • 'Finish him' moves that will make your mama cry inflict ultimate humiliation on the monsters of Hell using over 30 deadly “Finish him!” mini-games.
  • Pimp my drill collect loot and spend your cash in big shops where you can buy bigger guns and awesome upgrades for your ride. The donut driller skin and the ‘Sploding Carrot missile launcher make a lovely combo.

System Requirements

    • OS: Vista/Win7
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 DUO @ 2.4 GHz/Athlon 64 X2 4200+ & above
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM (2 GB on Vista)
    • Graphics: DirectX 10 compatible graphic card with at least 512 MB RAM
    • DirectX®: 10 and above
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB
    • Sound:
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
1.6 hrs on record
Posted: September 25
Product received for free
It's a game where if you don't inherently like the theming, you're just going to be irredeemably annoyed by the rest of the game.
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1 of 15 people (7%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: September 21
I don't appreciate swears in my Steam library.
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76 of 95 people (80%) found this review helpful
22 people found this review funny
45.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 22, 2015
This game has more personality than a schizophrenia convention, being like a cross of WarioWare and Disgaea, thematically-speaking. You're a dead rabbit, who's also the prince of Hell, who's primary mode of transportation is a buzzsaw with an assortment of guns attached to it. That says plenty, right there.

That said, if the silliness of the game doesn't interest you, then it's not for you, as the gameplay is less than stellar. The platforming and shooting is mediocre at best, and frustrating at worst. If you're interested in this game, I'd honestly reccommend watching a playthrough rather than playing it yourself, as you'd probably have more fun that way.

The personality IS pretty great, though, not going to lie. Hell, if it does well enough, maybe we can see a sequel with enough of a budget to improve on the actual gameplay and be a truely radical game. MAYBE ONE DAY.
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44 of 47 people (94%) found this review helpful
18 people found this review funny
4.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 23

Platformer full of humor, completely nuts and incredibly fun.

You’re a skeleton-bunny prince of Hell looking for revenge after having some nudes leaked to the internet. What else do I need to say?


Platformer cheio de humor, totalmente maluco e absurdamente divertido.

Você é um coelho-esqueleto príncipe do inferno procurando vingança por terem vazado nudes seus na internet. O que mais preciso dizer?
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44 of 52 people (85%) found this review helpful
9.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 3, 2014
Hell Yeah! started of as a humorous action platformer but sadly grew repetitive quickly, and the boss fights that were unique and different in the beginning felt like a chore towards the end as they simply overstayed their welcome. Quite liked its graphical style and sound assets for most of it but in the end its not enough to way up for the bad parts of the game.

Most achievements are things you will get simply by progressing forward in the story which is quite nice. One of the few that require more focused time is the JACKPOT! achievement that requires you to get the jackpot on one of the games slot machines. There is litttle you can do about this one as its based on luck so be ready to spend a fair amount of time on it.

Time to 100%: ~7-9 hours
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21 of 21 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
9.0 hrs on record
Posted: July 3, 2015
My score: 6/10
Playthrough time: 8 hours (a total of 9 hours including the time to get the Jackpot achievement)

+Lovely, totally over the top design - wacky and insane things all over the place
+Good looking graphics
+Works very well with a 360 controller
+Some nice changes of pace like the twin stick space shooter levels
+Good soundtrack

-Somewhat sloppy controls
-A combination of sparse checkpoints and sadistic design makes you replay long sequences

Performance notes:
The game is great for using the Xbox 360 controller and playing on the TV from the couch. The game feels like it was made for the 360 controller, so I never played with the keyboard.

The game has low system requirements, so it should run well on most computers. For me it always stuttered for about half a second each time while auto saving, but this was the only issue I encountered.

Main review:
Hell Yeah starts off with a story just as wacky as the rest of the game. You play as Ash, the skeleton bunny prince of hell, who has gotten private pictures of him bathing with a rubber ducky leaked, so to not seem like a weakling, you have to kill the 100 hell monsters who have seen the pictures.

The game itself is mostly standard platforming. You jump around, avoid obstacles, shoot stuff and navigate the levels to get to the 100 monsters. Each time you encounter one, and get its health down by shooting it or using objects in the environment (depending on the monster) you will get to play a mini-game for a chance to land the killing blow. The mini games are often just matching the right button(s)/get the timing right, but there are a few other ones. There are a lot of different ones, so each one isn't used more than 3, maybe 4 times.

You get to upgrade your health and weapons, and some levels have vehicles: in one you control a submarine, and another one a space ship, and the game turns in to a twin stick shooter. This was quite a nice change of pace.

What the game does best is all the wacky things happening:

*Killing a monster by lifting weights, turning in to a super sized muscular bunny that kicks the monster into a soccer goal so the net slices it up? Check.

*Starting in hell, but after a few levels placing you in an overly cute world, with background music with lyrics, where a woman with a French accent sings "You're a fancy bunny - Together, we're happy"? Check.

*Low on health, health bar reads "F**K"? Check.

*Shop with rap music and a bunny robot clerk, bouncing lowriders in the background? Check.

*Get the controls reversed and the game writes "LOL" at the screen, troll style? Check.

I really enjoyed all these things, and I realised that for me, I didn't come back for the gameplay, I came back for all the wackyness. To come around a corner, hear the muffled rap music indicating a shop nearby, enter and hear the full "Money, money gold!" rap parody. The music in the game is very enjoyable and well done.

One design choice I didn't like is that after you stop moving, your character "glides" a bit, which makes it really hard to make certain jumps. You get the jump just right, but when you land at the very small platform, you glide over the edge. This makes the controls not feel very "tight". Combine this with the level design, which has the checkpoints maybe 3-5 minutes between, and some sadistically hard jumps with insta-death spikes if you miss your jump, and I guess that this will send quite a few gamepads airborne and lead to rage quits. When you repeat the same 3-minute section for the 10:th time and have to play it all over again, yet another time. You also have to rewatch any "cutscenes" that appear during that section.

I'm no pro platformer, so there were sections where I had to try many times to get it right, and even though I have lots of patience, I was close to quitting a few times.

So, I wouldn't recommend this game only for the gameplay. It's fine but it has its drawbacks. If you think you would appreciate all the crazy stuff happening, and can ignore the annoying parts, you're up for a good time with Hell Yeah!
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36 of 50 people (72%) found this review helpful
10 people found this review funny
15 of 16 people (94%) found this review helpful
9.3 hrs on record
Posted: April 7
Ha ha, Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit is a zany comedy action-platformer where you go on a bloody rampage as a skeleton bunny, fighting to regain your throne as prince of Hell while armed with drill (more like a ring blade) and a huge variety of improbably heavy weapons. I won't go into details because humour constitutes the game's greatest value but Hell Yeah! will keep you amused for a couple of hours, or for about 25 to 30% of its overall content. It's just the sort of product that makes me apprehensive of "comedy" games; past the initial chuckle you'll find that there's very little in the way of content.

Still, I'm giving Hell Yeah! a Thumbs Up because although I was apprehensive of its many questionable design decisions, I've found nothing too offensive during play and the shock humour DID succeed in making me laugh. Design decisions such as mapping jump to a face button, aiming to the right stick and firing the right trigger; it seems cumbersome to do everything at once but there is enough leeway preventing you from getting frustrated. Or like holding jump for a floaty "jetpack"-like super jump. You dread the moment where you'll have to "float" just underneath a set of ceiling spikes but such a situation never occurs.

There's A LOT of material to go through so you're certain to get your money's worth, except that it does get repetitive after a while. Hell Yeah! makes an earnest attempt at providing as much monster variety as possible but inevitably, monster patterns and executions loop around and the game turns into a slog. You gain about a dozen different weapons but little to no difference in strategy. There's even extra value in the form of post-story extra missions; but they usually involve platformer racing or killing a certain amount of enemies within a time limit. The most pedestrian of added content.

If you've already obtained this game during the Sega giveaway and haven't played it yet, then save it for a rainy afternoon or during a period when you're particularly down in the dumps. Avoid reading about it as much as possible and simply allow the story to surprise you for as long as it can. If you do not already have this game in your library and are currently staring down its 16,99$ price tag, then no, I most certainly do not recommend the purchase. Steam sale only, with the understanding that you're playing this game strictly for laughs.
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18 of 22 people (82%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
12.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 18, 2014
if you ask me to tell you what you feel about hell yeah! my answer will be HELL YEAH. This game is not just an ordinary platform shooting game. it has a huge world under the hell.

When i first started to play hell yeah it reminded me of old jazzjack rabbit games. game has a beautiful graphics, great soundtracks, ♥♥♥♥in amazing boss killing scenes and good designed levels. It is a shame that this game wasn't achieve a huge success. I've played a lot of platform games but this one is nearly perfect and every platform lover should play it. dialogues and the killing scenes includes a good humor and they are not for a child.

Here is the bunny song :))) http://arkedo-studio.bandcamp.com/track/the-bunny-song-feat-clotilde-chevalier-cute-zone

Note: Your system language must be English to play this game. Otherwise you can't play. This is the bad side but creator studio was closed.
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33 of 49 people (67%) found this review helpful
9 people found this review funny
4.2 hrs on record
Posted: February 17
Remember when platformers weren't all trying to be arty metaphors for life, loss and all that other fancy crap? If you find a metaphor in Hell Yeah's relentless assault on your eyes and sanity, it's only because it's about to get dropkicked by an angry demon rabbit riding a giant spinning death blade with a jetpack on the back.

This is one of those games where the design process didn't involve whiteboards and long discussions, but some chemist's secret stash being ground up and dripped into the artists' eyeballs. You're Ash, disgraced rabbit prince of Hell, on a quest to kill 100 wacky monsters who saw paparazzi photos of you playing with a rubber duckie in the bath. That's as sane as Hell Yeah! ever gets. It's a game where firing shark missiles is all in a day's work.

Hell Yeah review Hell Yeah's drillable rocks look delicious. You'd eat that at the funfair.
Getting to your enemies is relatively standard platform fare, with the twist that you can often drill through obstacles, boost jump around the place, and acquire different weapons. Actually killing your foes, however, involves playing Warioware-style microgames such as stealing honey from a suspicious bee to unleash an appropriate fatality move, which might be having a dinosaur bite their head off for you.

It's the chaos of Earthworm Jim in the levels of Sonic the Hedgehog 2, with a little Ren and Stimpy/Invader Zim (delete according to age) thrown in for good measure. Gags and minigames repeat more than they should, but still survive the repetition of gags and minigames repeating more than they should, which both gags and minigames do.

The action itself, while enjoyable, soon lets things down. While Hell Yeah! is a fantastic looking game, it's one that paid more attention to looking good than playing great. There's so much going on most of the time that it's often hard to take in and get a proper read on the levels and what's going to hurt if you run straight into it.

More routinely irritating are the controls, where double-jumps, skids and simply being knocked back by enemies will often frustrate you. You want an Xbox 360 controller for this one. You could play it with a keyboard, but only in the same sense that technically you could fly if you flapped your arms hard enough. Either way, prepare for unhelpful checkpoints, and the irritations of repeated cutscenes and similar hold-ups soon being promoted to fully-fledged annoyances. They take the shine off the chaos rather than the fun out of it, however, and you soon return to the forward momentum Hell Yeah! needs.

The game's obvious enthusiasm carries it over these bumps in the road, and if you can forgive, you can easily forget in the race for the next bit of insanity. Hell Yeah! is no platforming classic, but it's cheap enough to be worth a punt if you like the idea of its craziness, and crazy enough to get your money's worth long before the end.


Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit
Gory, beautiful chaos, if a little frustratingly rough behind the scenes. A good afternoon’s chaos, and that’s what matters.
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0.6 hrs
Posted: October 20
Product received for free
Received Free during the Make War Not Love promotion. This is a colourful and quirky game, I quite enjoyed it even though I am not a fan of platform games that incorporate mouse aiming. I think it looks best when the view is top down only. However I played up to and past the first boss and would recommend this to the casual gamer.
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8.8 hrs
Posted: October 19
I like soundtrack
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11.1 hrs
Posted: October 15
This is difficult to say, but I cannot recommend this game.

It looks good. It plays well. It's relatively fair in punishment for failure.

On the other hand, this is a repackaged Warioware. There's a main game, then all of a sudden everything changes for no reason. Mechanics are completely forgotten about, your character controls completely differently, and everything is suddenly based off of timed buton presses that you really can't prepare for. Worse yet, sometimes pressing the buttons on screen leads to failure, and you eventually learn not to follow the instructions (looking at you chewing game that only requires two button presses).

I think the game is interesting, and it has the potential to be genuinely fun. Unfortunately, it just never delivers. You spend too much time in the main game to make this just a string of button press games, but the button mashing takes up too much time for the game to be a platformer broken up with mini-games.

As a side note, whomever decided on the challenges which require doing tricks in the wheel is evil. The button timing is less forgiving than a rhythm game, and success is generally had by button mashing.
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8.4 hrs
Posted: October 14
great nonsense game...highly recommended.
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1.8 hrs
Posted: October 13
It's annoying as ♥♥♥♥.
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6.8 hrs
Posted: October 10
Super fun gameplay, witty dialogue and awesome character and enviroment design!
I'm really loving this game!
It's short but sweet. The customization options and the Island (essentially a sort of mini game where any monsters you killed can be employed to do tasks and earn you prizes over time for use in the main game) are neat little additions.

The story isn't really deep or anything, but if you just want something fun to play It's a good choice!
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14.7 hrs
Posted: October 8
Never tought a dead rabbit would be such an awsome main character, very funny and sometimes challenging
definetely worth playing
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1.1 hrs
Posted: October 7
Product received for free
Fun to play and that's it
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10.7 hrs
Posted: October 7
Bunny Hell

I wasn't sure what I was getting into with this game. I took it for an action platforming game, which is only partially true. There is a lot going on here; shooting, exploration, mini-games, Quick Time Events (QTE for the sake of this review), and probably the strangest collection mini-game I've ever encountered add up to a pretty solid title that is pretty good even if it isn't quite perfect.

The story is nonsense, I won't go into it too deeply but it is pretty ridiculous. The MacGuffin here is twofold; find embarrassing photographs, return a bunny ruler to his throne in Hell. The writing is highly amateur, and while I enjoyed some of the jokes I found myself speeding through a lot of the inane dialogue and bland humor.

As far as the game itself goes there is plenty to do and like, even if it's pretty uncomplicated. Levels are very linear, solving them really doesn't take a lot of thought or exploration. There are a LOT of bosses and mini-bosses throughout the game. After a while it gets daunting, mostly because of the QTEs that come with every single boss and mini-boss in the game. This wouldn't be as bad if the controls were better, but I will get to that in a moment. As the bunny you have a wide arsenal of upgradable weapons you will inevitably have to use, and while some of them were useful, none of them felt especially creative; guns, bigger guns, or automatic guns for example. You are able to fire these weapons except for some of the stages that take all of your weapons away or thrust you into completely different kinds of play, such as when you pilot various crafts throughout the game, man turrets, or are forced to navigate entirely on foot and unarmed. Checkpoints are plentiful, this game expects you to die and really doesn't punish too severely for it.

The controls felt loose and very slippery. I used a game pad for the most part, but even a keyboard and mouse couldn't help the sense that I was sliding a bit when I moved around. This is especially problematic on certain stages where instant death will happen if you can't pinpoint very precise jumps. There are bigger problems; every boss and mini-boss has a QTE, and there are a lot of them. The problem, is that some of these are not game pad friendly, one of them in particular didn't appear to work with the game pad at all, I had to resort to using the keyboard to complete these QTEs, and while that's not a big deal, it's worth noting that the controls here are just not the greatest. Another consideration are that the controls themselves are very awkward, especially with the game pad. I read a lot of comments in the discussions about this issue, many people suggesting that using the best way to play were the mouse and keyboard. If I could do this all over again for the first time I would have probably gone with their advice.

Visually the game is a bit of a throwback to 90s platforming games. Colors are bold and contrasting, giving the game a very vivid appearance. The areas and characters were well drawn, though some were also part of the humor, which means I didn't find all of them very funny or interesting, but there were a few that made me laugh. The screen can seem little busy at times, but beyond that the game looks really good. I wish more games were not afraid of this aesthetic; rich bold colors are a welcome change from a lot of the drab or subtle tones many games rely on now.

Music and sound effects are generic to good, some of the sounds seemed like stock sound effects. The music had all kinds of things happening that I found kind of interesting, and really amusing. The kiddie song on one of the stages was suitably saccharine, even hilariously twisted considering the stage and what was happening, while other songs were parodies, including one that sounded very curiously like the original Star Trek theme. The rest of the game is loaded with tracks that range from rock to thumping beats, and while they could be repetitive at times they were never really annoying. Actually the music overall was pretty good, and again some of it was a throwback to 90s platforming games I used to enjoy when I was a kid.

Overall a good game with a lot of things to see and do. Not much of a challenge, but not the easiest out there either. I hope they consider making a sequel, and if they do I hope they will try being a little more creative with their game design.

  • Big Arsenal of weapons
  • Catchy music
  • Visually well designed
  • Wide variety of level options
  • Mini-games and collectibles are unique and amusing
  • You get a lot for your money

  • Awkward game pad controls
  • QTEs get old
  • Some lame writing

A fun game with a few weak points and some control issues. Recommended for platform fans, soft recommended for everyone else.
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2.3 hrs
Posted: October 6
Really Funny Game ... if u've little time and u want to play something try this ... 8/10
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