Boogie Bunnies - Xbox Live Arcade review

Color-matching meets Lemmings in a puzzle game so cute, you'll puke

GamesRadar+ Verdict


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    Side shootin'

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    Nice visuals

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    Simple play mechanics


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    Finicky controls

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    Cute overload

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    Limited play options

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Jan 16, 2008

Boogie Bunnies has little to do with dancing or bunnies, it seems. This game is titled entirely by the random ideas used to cover up the fact that it’s a by-the-numbers puzzle game for the Live Arcade service. But no matter how predictable, a good puzzle game is a good puzzle game. So is this a good puzzle game? Read on.

In Boogie Bunnies, your little furry friends march inexorably down the screen towards some sort of imminent doom. Your job is to launch a colored bunny into groups of like-colored bunnies, creating groups of at least three. Groups of three or more will cheer and disappear, keeping them from suffering a grisly- but no doubt cute- bunny death.

More info

DescriptionA solid title with something to offer - if you can withstand the cute factor of billions of Technicolor bunnies prancing around onscreen.
Platform"Xbox 360"
US censor rating"Everyone"
UK censor rating""
Release date1 January 1970 (US), 1 January 1970 (UK)