Dust Those Bunnies
Dust Those Bunnies is the most artistic
looking game I have ever seen on the iPhone/iPod Touch. This game is
done like an old silent film. Thankfully the game has sound, but it
carries with it that same feel. The screen moves as if the film jumped a
little bit, or there are deficiencies here and there. This took some
talent to make this game feel like an old silent film.
The sad thing about the graphics in Dust Those Bunnies is there are few colors in it. We like colors here at Family Friendly Gaming. I can recognize the artistic flair to Dust Those Bunnies, but that does not mean I enjoy that style. I understand that people will appreciate Picaso, but it does nothing for me personally. If you play games for a certain artistic style then you may love the graphics in Dust Those Bunnies.
The sounds in Dust Those Bunnies fit the theme of this game, and give it a real solid feel. I enjoyed this older style of music much more than the graphical look. I did not find any offensive sounds while playing Dust Those Bunnies. I wish there was more to say about the sounds, but there is nothing else coming into my brain.
Dust Those Bunnies can be replayed over and over again. You are going to have to enjoy the game play. A few years ago Dust Those Bunnies would have been up there with many of the other standard apps. Too many games on this hand held have added things like levels. Which makes Dust Those Bunnies feel like it is a little behind the curve. The introductory price of ninety-nine cents is a good price point for this app in my opinion.
Are you ready for what you do in Dust Those Bunnies? You move the dust bunnies from the bottom of the screen into the dust pan. The dust bunnies keep coming and you try to get a high score. If that is your cup of tea then you will love Dust Those Bunnies. I got bored with it in a few minutes. I then let some others here at Family Friendly Gaming try Dust Those Bunnies. The reaction was the same. Others kept looking around the menu screens for more and different things to do.
The lesson in Dust Those Bunnies is to clean up. I love that lesson. I also understand the problems so many have had with dust bunnies. I clean regularly so we do not get them in our house. Unless you count on top of a fan blade to a ceiling fan. I am just a bit too short to reach them without some assistance. But we get them clean. I think the concept of Dust Those Bunnies is good, and there is some serious promise to this as a potential franchise.
Family Friendly Factor: 84%
System: iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch
Publisher: Gamers Rejoice
ESRB Rating: '4+' - 4+
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