Sequel of the most cute and lovely platformer in the history! Now with 20 brand new character skins! Come and choose your favourite bunny!
Yeah Bunny 2 is a cute and colorful one finger platformer that lets you enter into the lovely world of tiny creatures. With a simple tap to jump mechanic optimized for modern touchscreens, Yeah Bunny 2 throws out virtual buttons and other tropes of classic platformers. This wonderful arcade platformer takes you on adventure to the retro pixel magical world.
- Main Features -
• A trippy love story told through old school cutscenes
• Intuitive and simple tap to jump controls.
• 7 unique cute worlds to run and complete
• Easy to learn and addictive gameplay
• Play 50 levels!!
• Boss Battles
• Explore new lands
• Discover hidden secrets
• Cute retro pixel art and music
• Leaderboards for each of 50 levels
• 20 unique characters
Touch control never been so easy and accurate! Run, jump and climb on the walls just by tapping anywhere on the 8bit screen. Collect cute carrots and tiny keys and run to complete the pocket levels and reach different super amazing worlds with unique characters and enemies!
This tiny cute bunny is a hero who wants to explore another lands with you, will you come, super run and play this arcade retro 8 bit platformer? This is great adventure where you can be a hero.
-better support for Super Retina displays
Ratings and Reviews
I didn’t think it could get any better but it did!
I absolutely fell in love with Yeah Bunny, so when the sequel came out for preorder I clicked with no hesitation—and this game does not disappoint. The graphics and gameplay are user-friendly and easy to master, and I really appreciate how all levels are free—with how much the app offers, it’s not unreasonable to have ads or charge 1.99 to remove them. This game is an adorable work of art, and the chick village is an equally adorable addition. 11/10!!
This is the first time that I’ve rated something, and yet I have a lot to say. The sprite work is phenomenal and the game doesn’t lag, which is nice. The levels are well made, but sometimes I go one way, thinking that it’s a bonus area, but then I see the end, and I can’t bump into a wall to turn around. Maybe put a small telltale sign that casual players won’t notice? Anyways, that isn’t a huge deal, but there are a few that I need to address. First off, ads. The ads are constant, and they happen after every death, restart, and level select. It’s nice that the devs added a ‘No Ads’ purchase, but I’m not paying three dollars for it. Maybe .99? I don’t know. Second, the controls. The one-hand gameplay style is convenient, but the fact that you have to bump into a wall to turn around is annoying. I think it would be better to swipe one way or another to turn. I know that’s a pretty big gameplay change, but I certainly think it would improve the game. And lastly, the death mechanism. It’s annoying to almost finish a stage, but then mistime a jump and fall into the water. I’m a huge fan of Mario games, so maybe add a power-up mushroom, or an Extra Life token as a bonus. So all in all, it’s a good game. Is it my favorite? No. Is it my least favorite? No. If you like short platforming adventures, download it. But just don’t get to happy, because there are some downsides. That’s really it.
Fun at first but then...
The game starts out really fun and it’s easy to collect items. It’s especially interesting to explore all the different paths in the levels. The speed is quite jarring, and it isn’t something I got used to, especially when this + the point of view makes you run into enemies you don’t see coming half the time. But the mechanic of not being able to change direction until you hit a wall gets very annoying VERY fast. The levels also become crazy hard way too soon and depending on where and when you spawn, you may get stuck in a loop of dying over and over because there isn’t anything you can do to avoid it.
The game also tends to crash in the middle of levels (without saving your progress, of course), so there’s that.
All these things added up very quickly and made this cute game unenjoyable for me, and I ended up just deleting the app in the middle level 12. Why would I spend my time on something that’s just going to raise my blood pressure because of things I can’t control?
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- Adrian Zarzycki
- 218 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- © 2017 Adrian Zarzycki
- In-App Purchases
- REMOVE ADS $2.99
- CARROTS DOUBLER $2.99
- SPECIAL DIAMONDS PACK OFFER $2.99
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