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Blast Off Bunnies, Free Bunny Booting Game

Updated on December 15, 2010
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Usually hurling cute bunnies into the air would be grounds for criminal charges, but in 'Blast Off Bunnies', the aim of the game is to shoot cute, pink little rabbits into the air in order to win money, buy upgrades and generally grind your way into bunny legend. A casual game with all the makings of a casual game, Blast Off Bunnies could become your new favorite past time whilst waiting for meetings to start, waiting for appointments to show up and generally waiting for things.

The game is simple to play. So simple a child could do it. Although given that today's cyber children are born into a world of technology you couldn't have conceived of at their age, there is every chance that they can do all you can do and more. They're probably the ones behind Wikileaks. But I have digressed. In order to play the game, you click on a bunny. Clicking low and on an angle appears to be the best strategy for maximum height (which appears to be important, although I must admit I'm not entirely sure why,) and maximum coverage.

The game is mochigames enabled, so if you've sold your soul to mochigames, you may be able to purchase upgrades that make the game slightly less challenging. Ah humanity, how amusing we are, devising challenges for the sheer joy of challenges and then becoming irritated when the challenges are too challenging. It is worth mentioning at this point that there are a bunch of 'free' items also available, but you have to select them. I assume this is some dire attempt to indoctrinate people into the idea of using mochi points for things. It will probably work.

Anyway, so you click the bunny, watch it shoot into the sky and hope that it makes some money for you whilst it is airborne. After every shot, the game pauses and a menu flashes up, encouraging you to purchase more mochipoints (in theory the in game currency should work as well, but I didn't get anywhere near earning enough in game currency to buy so much as a nibble of a carrot.)

Long story short, if you really want to boot a bunny but don't want to take your frustration out on an animal (as well you shouldn't) then Blast Off Bunnies is probably the game for you. If you're looking for a way to waste mochipoints on a fairly silly, shallow game, then this is probably the game for you. If you like things that go up high and then come down again, this is probably the game for you.

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