Join Bunny and his pals Gunny, Faye, and Ganny on an epic quest to earn enough money to buy himself an Auto-repair unit!Boo Bunny Plague is an action/adventure game featuring a story with wacky musical cinematic scenes. The all original soundtrack has everything from punk rock to opera and feature musicians from Houston Texas.
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Mostly Positive (199 reviews) - 78% of the 199 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Sep 4, 2014

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Join Bunny and his pals Gunny, Faye, and Ganny on an epic quest to earn enough money to buy himself an Auto-repair unit!

Bunny is a robotic children's toy who was given artificial life by a computer virus. After meeting his BFF, a military prototype robot named Gunny, he quickly discovers that being a toy means he's not quite as tough as his deranged mind has lead him to believe, and he certainly doesn't have a military grade auto-repair like Gunny does. Thus begins his quest to earn enough money to buy himself an auto-repair! Along the way the gang uncovers a plot of treachery and Deicide. With their demonic waitress friend Faye and taxi driving god Ganny in tow, they follow the trail that will lead them on a musical adventure of epic proportions and change their entire universe!

Boo Bunny Plague is an action/adventure game featuring a story with wacky musical cinematic scenes. The all original soundtrack has everything from punk rock to opera and feature musicians from Houston Texas.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • OS: Windows Vista/7/8
    • Processor: Dual Core Intel or AMD @2ghz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 1gb GeForce or Radeon, Intel HD series video cards currently not supported
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    • Sound Card: 100% Direct X 9.0c compatible audio device
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Quad Core i5
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 1.5gb GeForce GTX or Radeon HD
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    • Sound Card: 100% Direct X 9.0c compatible audio device
    • OS: OS X 10.5 or later
    • Processor: Intel Core Duo Processor(2Ghz or better)
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GT 650m 1GB or better
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
    • OS: OS X 10.9.4
    • Processor: Intel Core Duo Processor(2Ghz or better)
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GT 650m 1GB or better
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
Helpful customer reviews
5 of 7 people (71%) found this review helpful
1.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 5, 2015
Ehhh, this one really isn't great. Caters heavily to a very sugar-addled crowd, with a lot of rapid-fire humor that isn't really all that funny. Even the positive reviews go into detail about how the gameplay itself is pretty par at best, which is certainly a statement I can agree with, and the low price of entry doesn't really change the fact that the game's core is lacking in chutzpah. Or fun.
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68 of 74 people (92%) found this review helpful
15 people found this review funny
2.3 hrs on record
Posted: October 23, 2014
Boo Bunny Plague is a....... . . ... .. .. ?!?!?!?!!?!?!?

Wait. What the crap did I just play?
BBP is a musical action-adventure where you play as an idiot robo-rabbit. He's the non-sequitor type so sometimes you have to leave the review in the microwave for a couple minutes so it can cool. He has a few friends but they're as useless as PEAS AND CARROTS. Seriously though I'm going to break it down. This is a short game (I consider this a plus) and you'll spend most of it fighting bosses and questioning reality.

I'll give points for getting the humor right. For the most part it's good-natured, and I even got a few laughs out of it. Even when the jokes miss I'm usually in a state of shock thinking "What? Did they do that? Are they really doing this? whAT?" so I just sorta gloss over them. BBP also has a really good soundtrack, which I suppose is expected considering that this game classifies itself as a musical.

And then there's the game-play...hmm. As I said, this game is mostly boss-fights, and they aren't too bad. I wouldn't put them at the level of Platinum (the developer), I probably wouldn't even put them at the level of U.S. Gold (remember those guys?) The boss-fights are sloppy, suffer from weak mechanics, and yet they aren't too bad. They're certainly functional, and this game deserves kudos for putting forth the effort to make every boss different. Some bosses even require different strategies, which is not something you see everyday. Also there's an incentive to finding every guitar, as bosses tend to be weak to their special effects. The rest of the game is spent killing vikings, there is a platforming section, and don't forget the part where you dodge rocks while crossing a rainbow.

Did I mention this game is short? Short games are underrated these days. I probably could have beaten this game in under 2 hours if I didn't want to kill so many vikings (hate those nerds). You can play through this game, get 90% of the achievements in a single run, and even if all you remember about it is: "Things happened and then I saw some credits", it's still probably better than grinding out another experience level in some J-RPG or eliminating all of those crazy Russians that have infiltrated your base for the 1,356,742th time.

All that said, don't drop whatever you're playing just to shoot through this game. Objectively* speaking, Boo Bunny Plague is not a good game. It has heart & spunk though, and sometimes you just gotta have a little of both. If you ever find yourself undecided on what to play next. If you're wondering whether you should play Shadow of Mordor, or Bayonetta 2, or Civilization: Beyond Earth. This is the perfect time to play Boo Bunny Plague. Don't try to make sense of this decision, just roll with it.

*Yes I totally just used the O word in a review. OH WELL.
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35 of 43 people (81%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
4.4 hrs on record
Posted: December 26, 2014
The game is really short (3 hours), the graphics are serviceable, the gameplay is meh, but the story & dialogue are so hillarious that I just can't not recommend it. On a sale.

And yes, it's a musical.

Here's hoping for a sequel!
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37 of 49 people (76%) found this review helpful
5.5 hrs on record
Posted: September 4, 2014
I have played Boo Bunny plague for 2 hours. I thought it was alright, good for it’s price.
- Some of the dialogue is amusing and the music is cool
- Generally the actual combat isn’t very interesting and mainly consists of swinging an assortment of guitars at run of the mill enemies, but some of the later bosses were interesting
So your abilities in combat are limited to swing your equipped guitar and a manually activated protective shield that has a limited charge. There are no special moves aside from a third consecutive guitar swing which will do extra damage and have an area of effect. The charge of your shield will regenerate but health and shields can be replenished by picking up shield or carrot powerups which will respawn.
-----You can hit snowballs back towards ice men by swinging your guitar at them. But this wasn’t really very effective or particularly fun. So I usually just swung my guitar at most enemies without bothering to activate my shield because you can’t move or attack while shielded. When you are low on health you can just kite enemies around while you look for health pick-ups.
-----Other than that you can run. But there’s no dashing, sprinting or rolling. But I think that kind of feature would have been nice. One of the bosses will moves exactly as fast as you run and once you are in his range it is can be very difficult to avoid his attacks. That is until you learn to stand on top of vehicles which will explode causing him to be stunned. You can toggle run mode and move even slower by walking. But I’m not sure why you would want to do this.
-----Sometimes your robot friend will accompany you in battle and if you hit him he will fire his guns killing all enemies instantly within a short radius. He will despawn and reappear after sometime before you can activate this ability again.
-----At one instance I noticed that he had trouble finding a path out an area and got stuck. I had to go in and coax him out. I also noticed that you and some AI controlled characters will clip through some of the walls.
-----While you don’t really have any special attack you can equip different guitars which have different effects and deal more or sometimes less damage. New guitars are hidden around the different environments. I found my first new guitar by belting up a hippy. It was an acoustic and made love hearts appear when used. I’m not sure what was special about it aside from the comedic value. Some of other guitars I found were imbued with fire and lighting and did extra damage over time.
-----The first few bosses were pretty straightforward and not really challenging. Most of their attacks could easily be avoided just by side stepping or running away. There is almost always plenty of respawning health pickups you can use to replenish your life whenever it gets low.
-----It didn’t really start to get interesting or hard until I encountered the bosses War and then Famine. You couldn’t just simply beat the latter into submission, there is actually a special way to defeat her. Finding out what that was puzzled me for a fair while. After her the next boss Death was also challenging.

-----The games graphics definitely aren’t fantastic. But a fair bit of effort went towards populating the world with some colourful characters and some obvious parodies of the Thor featured in films over the last fer year and the band Slayer with a song and very a very Slayer like emblem.
-----The game is really more about the music. After all it is a musical. The fact that characters in the game frequently burst into song during cutscenes or even during the action was kind of cool. Real music is a nice touch.
-----In regard to dialogue and lyrics, not all of it was amazing. But some of it was amusing such as that of the Vikings who occasionally call out ‘Kill the rabbit’ like Elma Fudd.
-----The enemies that I encountered so far other than bosses were all vikings. Unless you count the robot bunny ‘competition’ and assembly line machines you encounter at the very beginning. I thought there would be more variety to the hostile entities you come across.
-----But their was a fair bit of variety to bosses you encountered. There was a giant toy robotic T-Rex, Thor God of Thunder posing as a ‘Village (person)’ construction worker and so on. The most interesting were the four horsemen of the apocalypse. Each was a variant of the Robot Bunny protagonist or one of his friends, the succubus, the elephant man and the military robot. A moment during the introductory cut-scene of the latter felt very reminiscent of Borderlands.

I enjoyed playing this game. For it’s price the game is pretty good. I think it’s worth taking a look at.
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19 of 21 people (90%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
2.0 hrs on record
Posted: September 9, 2014
This game is so goofy! At its heart, it's a mediocre third-person platformer / hack 'n' slash game. BUT...

I couldn't help being entertained by the story. The voice acting is great, the music is awesome, and there are tons of (American) pop culture references. Just as I started growing bored with the action, a cutscene would make me laugh out loud. Did I mention musical numbers and rap battles? And heavy metal? And hitting enemies with guitars that spew fire? Awesomesauce.

For under $5, playing B.B.P. is far more entertaining than watching a re-run of your favorite sitcom.
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