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Bayla Bunny is a valiant attempt at a console quality game on the iPhone and iPad with twenty-seven levels. Bayla Bunny is also a fantastic character that needs to continue her adventures in the video game industry. Bayla Bunny is the toughest hand held video game this reviewer has ever played. The controls are the main reason for that. More to come on that in this review of Bayla Bunny.

Graphically Bayla Bunny looks okay. The graphics can be small on an iPhone. Bayla Bunny looks better on the iPad. The music in Bayla Bunny is the high point of this downloadable only video game. Bayla Bunny is a free app with advertisements that appear every so many levels. The ads this reviewer saw were video advertisements so they will hammer your Internet usage a bit more than picture advertisements.

The control scheme in Bayla Bunny is tilt controls with a screen tap for a jump. Tilt the device left to go left, and tilt the device right to go right. Bayla Bunny has some tricky jumps that require precision. Bayla Bunny is one of those games that needs D-pad and/or joystick controls. Bayla Bunny would work so much better on the home consoles, Personal Computer, and/or PS Vita/3DS platforms.

This reviewer ran into all kinds of frustrations thanks to the control scheme in Bayla Bunny. The tilting can be sensitive, and jump taps are really difficult to time. Bayla Bunny trades off these problems by letting players retry levels as many times as they want. Please be educated to that fact that Bayla Bunny can make some family members rage quit.

There are extra Ensensasoft characters in Bayla Bunny. I thought it was really neat to see them. Bayla Bunny reminds this reviewer of Xavier on the Wii U. Although Bayla Bunny is a lot better than Xavier. Also mix in a little bit of Tiny Toons. Bayla Bunny has small buttons on the level completion screen. From what this reviewer heard that is also an issue on Pepe Porcupine.


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: iPad/iPhone
Publisher: Ensensasoft
Developer: Ensensasoft
Rating: ‘4+’ - Everyone FOUR and OLDER ONLY

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