Bunny Park Reviews
Through an atmosphere that transmits positive energy, Bunny Park invites us to regain the confidence of these lagomorph mammals.
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You’re just buying into a Farmville-like game with two dozen hopping furballs, and while that’s inherently pleasant and happy, it doesn’t make for a game that is particularly memorable or has any longevity or replay value.
Stick with Bunny Park past its opening moments, and you’ll probably have a decent time with it. Don’t expect any real depth, though, but if the idea of a very simple simulation game where you can design your own cute garden appeals to you, you’ll at least get two or three hours’ enjoyment here.
While there may be a simple and pleasant experience to be had here, weird control issues kill the fun
Bunny Park is a cute and relaxing game all about rabbits. If you wish to succeed, you must clear debris, add decorations, and feed the animals. Sadly, this is the depth of its gameplay, and it offers little replay value or longevity.
Bunny Park is a simple wholesome game. On the Nintendo Switch, the controls need a patch before I would recommend the game in that format. The gameplay itself is enjoyable, who wouldn’t like to look after some cute bunnies that you can pet? But if you are thinking of buying the game on the Nintendo Switch I’d wait a while until the camera is fixed, otherwise, it spoils the game. As it is, going on gameplay alone Bunny Park gets a score off…..