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Blast 'Em Bunnies Announced And Coming This March


Australian indie stars Nnooo have announced that their latest title Blast 'Em Bunnies will be launching into action this March.



The game will be launching first on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita on March 9th, then on March 10 Nintendo 3DS owners will get the game and finally on March 11 Xbox One owners will get the chance to blast some bunnies.

Blast 'Em Bunnies pits you the player as a cute, cartoon bunny called Bang Bang who must defend your rabbit burrow, against an onslaught of evil bunnies. These bunnies have captured your offspring and one of them, the evil Throatslitter, is holding them hostage. Just how long can you and your little ‘uns survive? Grab your carrot rifle, watermelon machine gun, turnip mortar or runner bean laser and take them down! Shoot coins to collect them and spend them on new weapons, upgrades and ammo including sticky raspberries, heat seeking chilli seeds, shredding leek lasers or bouncing, splitting, exploding pumpkin bombs! 

Founder and Creative Director of Nnooo, Nic Watt says "As a development team of 2 and a company of 3 we have poured our heart and souls into making this game a highly polished, frenetic experience on all of the platforms we are releasing on. It has been a real labour of love to ensure we release across such a wide range of machines at the same time across the world. We are super proud of our efforts and hope all of our fans old and new enjoy the game!"
"We spent a lot of time deciding on the best price and combination for users and feel that by releasing the base game for a low price and allowing fans to customise their experience with add-on content we are giving every user great value for money. We hope everyone loves the unique weapons and ammo types; the cool, distinct arenas with their unique art and sound tracks; and the different enemy bunny skins with their fun, silly or scary looks!" 

Players on PlayStation platforms can purchase the game and add-on content as part of Cross-Buy and receive both the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4 versions for one combined price. The game should be around $10 bucks for all platforms here in Australia.