Though not the weirdest game I've ever seen, this little beauty does measure up with the greatest of illogical nonsense, yet is incredibly fun to play. It's one of those games you'll have people go "Wut?" to whenever you explain it to them, but it makes them more interested in playing anyway.
"Boo Bunny Plague" puts you in control of a rather semi-insane animatronic bunny that has an adventure with his friends, namely a military gun robot, a semi-demon girl and an elephant man, battling gods and whatnot in order to get himself an Auto-repair unit. The premise makes no sense whatsoever, and will have you wonder what exactly it is you're playing most of the time, but it's not to an extent where you don't understand it anymore. Even though the game feels extremely illogical, it's never inconsistent, and especially the boss battles have a pattern that can be found and followed nicely. There were a few moments where I got stuck on where to go, but they were few and far between.
The gameplay is very basic. You control the main character the same as any other 3D platformer/brawler, and only has two moves, namely an attack and a shield. At first, you won't be using that shield much, but in the end it'll be your best friend. You attack using a guitar, and you'll find several of them along the way, each with their own powers. Attacks are always basic, there is no true "strong" or "heavy" attack, but you will be getting a combo kind of idea when you attack an enemy multiple times.
The graphics are incredibly average. I can't really say they're good, but they're not bad either. It kind of feels like an early Telltale game, with cartoony edges and lines displayed on the characters and the environments. It fits rather well with the whole setup of the game, and I enjoyed its style quite a lot.
The music, other than the singing, was really good. However, if you're not a fan of (soft) metal or fast-paced rock, there might be a chance it'll put you off. Once again, the music compliments the overall game really nicely, and especially the boss battle music really did a good job at improving the gameplay.
The game also features voices, and yet again these fit great with the characters. The main character Bunny has a voice that'll make you think you won't like it at first, being a bit naggy and over the top, but grow to love as you progress through the game. I personally love the voice of his sidekick Gunny, because it sounds exactly like it should with his character. The other voices are what you expect, nothing special but fitting, and there is one voice in particular that'll remind you of someone later on in the game.
In conclusion, "Boo Bunny Plague" is as random a game as the name it's known by. Though you won't be getting more than a few hours out of it (3-4), your time won't be spent in vain as you'll be welcomed with a crazy story, insane characters and horrible yet lovable singing (and as another reviewer said, this is supposed to somewhat represent a musical). And with a price tag of 2 dollars, there's very little reason not to get it, though I suppose you could always wait for a sale.
Rating: 7/10. Let's hope they'll release that sequel :)