Bunnies’ Empire provides quick, enjoyable gameplay.
Several years ago, a little tower defense-based game called Plants vs. Zombies took the world by storm. Players spent hours upon hours trying to build up their defenses with plants while awaiting the onslaught of the zombie hordes. Now, the struggle turns to a happy garden where bunnies must save the plants from evil, angry foxes in Bunnies’ Empire.
Bunnies’ Empire is a tower defense-based game developed by Dominic Hamelin-Blais. The premise of the game is that you are in command of an army of bunnies that are equipped with a very special set of skills. Nasty foxes attempt to invade the precious gardens that you protect. You must stop them to save the empire from falling.
The levels are fast paced and gamers who enjoy longer gameplay times may not enjoy Bunnies’ Empire because of how quickly it moves. Players who like to pick up a quick game here and there and feel like they are progressing will definitely enjoy this game. In fact, the developer designed the game to be fast-paced and short.
“I’ve always felt that tower defense games would benefit from shorter levels and a more action-packed approach to combat. Once I realized that the game I wanted to play didn’t exist, making that game myself was the logical conclusion. Bunnies’ Empire brings a new level of polish to tower defense with a well-rounded mix of top-notch character design, atmospheric music, and all sorts of crazy special skills. Don’t let the foxes get through!” — Dominic Hamelin-Blais, creator of Bunnies’ Empire
As with other tower defense games, as the game moves forward, you earn new characters with new abilities. There are 12 unique characters each with its own special skill that enhances your defenses against the fox clan. Bunnies’ Empire is easy to learn, but hard to master. Even with that caveat, Bunnies’ Empire is one of the more enjoyable games I’ve played in a while. I’m honestly used to games like Solitaire, but I am challenged by strategic based games like Bunnies’ Empire. There is a lot of thought that went into this game and the graphics are outstanding. I was blown away by the amount of vibrant color and details I saw while I was playing that I didn’t want to look away.
There are numerous upgrades you can place on your bunny warriors as well as upgradeable skills. There are more than 90 levels to play through if you can make it that far. I struggled with level 3 because I couldn’t spawn bunnies fast enough. Bunnies’ Empire also provides some last resort defenses such as Explosive, Berserk, and Armor special skills. Remember, if a single unit of the foxes set foot in the garden, it’s game over for the empire.
Bunnies’ Empire is available for free download, but includes in-app purchases. Players can earn coins in-game to upgrade units. Coins can be earned or purchased. For more information visit, bunniesempire.com.