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Holobunnies: Pause Cafe

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Based on 4 critic reviews
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General Information

Available on:PCMar 22, 2017

Developer: q-bit Games

Publisher: Nkidu Games

Genre: Action

The Holobunnies are a family of quirky, space-faring, holographic, bipedal bunnies seeking to find a new home amongst the stars- and potentially answer some questions along the way! Join Avril, Mephisto, Romeo, Leenox, and Danielle as they continue their trek across the known and unknown universe. After a catastrophe left their home destroyed, the Holobunnies are on a search for their new home! This Bittersweet Adventure is a taxing one, unfortunately, and the crew has decided to take a rest at Qaantar’s Cafe to relax with some sportsmanlike competition, challenges, and soothing drinks. Join the crew and familiarize yourself with the strange and exciting universe of Holobunnies as they prepare to continue their fantastic journey!

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Holobunnies: Pause Cafe Reviews

Two out of the three games are fun to play and can help you pass a few minutes of your time. It's not built for longevity but even so, it will most likely become a forgotten game of your collection once you've completed the games a few times.

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Holobunnies: Pause Cafe is a little minigames collection that delivers a funny, but very short, trial and error platform experience.

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Holobunnies: Pause Cafe exists for the sole purpose to tide over Kickstarter backers -- and it does it does in the laziest way possible.

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Holobunnies: Pause Café definitely shows us that the devs are working on something promising and that they’ve got the chops, but it’s still essentially a glorified demo

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