You may not believe it, but there are a good number of games that focus on the humble bunny – the latest of which is Bunny Park.
Available to purchase and download right now on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5 and Nintendo Switch, both in physical and digital fashion, Bunny Park is the latest rabbit-themed video game to try and drag us in.
Strangely those bunnies have become a bit of a hot property in recent times. There’s been Bunny Parking (and try not to confuse this latest game with that one), there’s been Kick It, Bunny and even SokuBunny. There’s even Bunhouse coming further down the line, giving gamers the chance to kick back and hop around with the finest of rabbits.
Bunny Park very much features along those lines. This one comes from SOEDESCO, a company who we mostly align with Truck Driver, and is a game that will keep the fans of the rabbit busy for some time.
It lets you work your way through a charming little nature park, one that you’ll need to customise just enough in order to get those bunnies hopping through the gates. Decoration of said park is your main aim, as is bunny collation, bunny feeding and bunny petting. Basically, bunnies, bunnies, bunnies. Keep ’em happy and your job is a good one.
How you go about this is pretty much up to you, with Bunny Park giving all the tools that you’ll ever need. It comes with some decent little features too, like…
- Build and decorate your own nature park
- Care for your bunnies with snacks and pets
- Create a popular, cozy and cute park
- Complete your bunny collection
We’re currently mid-review of Bunny Park and will be sure to let you know how this one plays on Xbox Series X|S in the very near future. Just be sure you can get playing it right now on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5 and Nintendo Switch. The Xbox Store will sort you out with a download for £17.99. Yeah, seems quite a bit, no?
Choose from a range of different decorations and toys to create a charming park! Expand your park and increase its rating to attract new bunnies. Be sure to pet your bunnies to keep them happy, but don’t wake them up! Bring all the bunnies home, each with their own pattern and personality.