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An ancient legend says - who cooks and tastes soup from 4 kinds of mushrooms, he will prove his love to the whole world and will consolidate the respect of ancient spirits.
release date: 23 May, 2019
publisher: Droid Riot
About This Game
Through the bright sun and the pitch darkness, through the dirty swamp, and the cool taiga.
Go through a difficult test, using your reaction and savvy - this is a job for Fox and Hare!
And all for what? All for mushroom soup!
Down with the expectation and regret - it's time to act! After all, dreams do not fulfill themselves.
Platformer game, in which you have to play immediately for two characters simultaneously. Have you seen this?
Not boring, interesting management, action and an incredibly beautiful and elaborate world of the game, in which there are different locations.
- Play for two characters simultaneously
- Hardcore gameplay
- Lovely story about mushroom soup
- Surprisingly beautiful and elaborate world with three locations
- The game will make you use all your skills and at the same time strain your brain
min system requirement: OS: Windows 7
Processor: 2.0+ GHz or better (dual core recommended)
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX compatible
DirectX: Version 8.1a
Storage: 200 MB available space
Sound Card: DirectX compatible
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Fox and Bunny free download
Fox and Bunny user review
Low effort scammaz
This game is ... something. Chock full of bugs, lazy music and constantly falling to desync. It'd be massively enjoyable if not for how unstable it is overall. The co-op feature was a nice touch but didn't offer enough for the 2nd play (Bunny) to really seem like more than an after thought in the game's design. I've also been made aware that it's an asset rip from a game called "Sunny Land" I found it here:
A mess of a game, a short one, although that's not a bad thing, this game is a glitchy mess, where most of the difficulty comes for bad design and buggy gameplay.
As cute as the game's style and animation are, the base game itself is riddled with bugs and glitches that ultimately take away any fun that could be had playing it. I played the game once solo and once co-op, and both times were a mess with slippery controls, horrible enemy hit-boxes, and enemies that, while easy to take out, glitched multiple times, especially after Fox or Bunny had taken a hit already. It's near impossible to jump up narrow ledges that hug walls, or jump near ladders, which is something that is REQUIRED in the game multiple times. If the game was less buggy, incorporated Bunny more as a character and less of someone to just stand around and wait for puzzles to be done, and tightened some of the very slippery controls, this would be a really lovely platformer-puzzle game.
I absolutely love this game. It took me around 2 and a half hours to beat, and it was definitely worth the price. The game was more difficult than I was expecting (or maybe I'm just bad), but it was not too difficult. I recommend it for anyone who wants a fun and short platformer to play (also it is co-op so it would be great with friends.) The sprites are beautiful and the art style is great. Not to mention the great soundtrack that seems to change with each level. I experienced some slightly frustrating bugs and movement issues using a keyboard, but I don't know about how well it plays with a controller. For example after getting off of a ladder you can't jump unless you move a certain distance away from it (most of the movement issues happened near or on ladders, ramps, and while carrying the other character on your head. There seems to also be some translation errors in the character dialogue, but I didn't mind it (In fact I found it funny and almost fitting to the characters.) I loved messing around with the character swap mechanics and figuring out new maneuvers and tricks I could do. For example if you stand one character on top of the other and jump as the top one, switch to the bottom one and jump as him, then when they collide in the air jump with the top one, you can jump extra high. This is a game that I could see myself playing over again maybe with a friend or just solo.
I was waiting to write this review until the game released to see how much it would cost.
As cute as the art style in this game is, that's about the only thing it has going for it. The controls are so slippery that it's near impossible to get through some areas without failing numerous times where you shouldn't. The hitboxes are so bad that you can die just by touching the side of a spike (I don't think the spikes should be an insta-kill regardless, but still). The momentum for fox is so awful that you fall off cliffs and run into spikes constantly with the lightest tap of the arrow key. The enemies can do damage on a scale of 0-2, and you'll often take damage when you didn't even touch them. It's less a puzzle game, and more a "run into enemies and take damage because there's no way to get past the enemies" game. It's really a shame because the art style is so nice (at least for bunny, I feel like some more care could've been put into fox considering how nice bunny's idle animation is) but the controls and hitboxes are so infuriating that it's genuinely just not fun to play. If you're playing co-op, whoever plays fox has to basically play the entire game and just help bunny through the levels- there need to be more bunny-focused levels because anything that is a "bunny area" can easily be accessed by fox as well. I really, REALLY wanted to like this one, and I tried my best to give it the benefit of the doubt at first, but it's honestly just too rage-inducing to enjoy. Maybe if these issues were patched in the future I'd give it another shot but I don't think I'll open it again until then.
I Died and the Game Didn't Tell Me