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Make Bunny Happy Brings Cute and Fun to Android
Gaming on Android has been slowly progressing, as devices get stronger processors and GPUs. Sometimes though, it’s nice to fall back on the simple, cute games that don’t bring out the rage of popular first person shooters. However, for anyone who has played an Android puzzle game, there’s plenty of rage to be had. A new game on Android seeks to bring out your rage face once again with with a puzzle game, where your reward is a happy little bunny rabbit.
Posted by XDA Forum Member zhangwini1234, the game is free to download in the Google Play Store. Frankly, there aren’t many better reasons to try out a game. The game is brand new, so there are only about 15 or so levels, but each level is unique and brings some interesting puzzles. Nothing NotPron worthy, but interesting nonetheless.
The game mechanics are simple. Most of the game focuses on either clicking on things or dragging them around the screen in order to solve the puzzles. As stated, there aren’t a lot of levels yet. However, the game is quite new, so the developer may be coming out with new levels eventually. Until then, well, who can say no to a crying bunny rabbit?
For more details and a link to the Play Store, check out the app thread.
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