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Barry the Bunny 


In a galaxy you know, and a planet you are on Family Friendly Gaming was given a digital download code for Barry the Bunny on the Nintendo Switch. This version of this downloadable only title can also be found on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X. Barry the Bunny is an indie title where we play a bunny. The VeggieTales bunny song is rattling through my brain now.

We collect carrots and hammers in Barry the Bunny. Some of the carrots are lost when we die. The hammers are used to attack the other creatures in our way. There are three logs we can find in each level of Barry the Bunny. We use the three logs to build a house for a character in the level. They are so happy that we get quite a few carrots and hammers for doing so. It is worth your while to get those logs and build the houses in Barry the Bunny.

Barry the Bunny is done in the 8-bit graphical style. The graphics will not impress most likely. The music in Barry the Bunny is fun to listen to. I enjoyed jamming while trying to parkour my way through the levels. Barry the Bunny taught me something very interesting. Do you know what Barry the Bunny taught me? Barry the Bunny taught me that bunnies do not like water.

Families could be concerned with the violent content in Barry the Bunny. We throw hammers at other characters and they jump off the screen when the hammer connects. We can also fall into liquids and take damage from touching other characters in Barry the Bunny. Barry the Bunny contains four different and unique areas that can be explored. Expect a challenge in Barry the Bunny.

I love the whole building aspect of Barry the Bunny. It is so great to be able to make all of these houses. For me that aspect of Barry the Bunny is the best part of this downloadable only indie video game. Some of the traps in Barry the Bunny can be very obnoxious. I did not notice them at first and had to restart the level minus some carrots. Retro gamers that like a challenge should find something interesting in Barry the Bunny.
- Paul


Graphics: 66%
Sounds: 79%
Replay/Extras: 74%
Gameplay: 73%
Family Friendly Factor: 68%

System: PS4/PS5/Xbox One/Xbox Series X/Nintendo Switch(tested)
Publisher: Ratalaika Games
Developer: lightUp
Rating: ‘E’ – Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY {Mild Fantasy Violence}
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