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Bunny Park Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET Rabbits are the best pets. They’re fluffy and funny and it’s only when you have them as pets that you realise they’ve got big personalities that fill the home with their energy. We don’t get anywhere near enough games that make rabbits the focus, and many of those that do exist are ironic “but what if the rabbit was violent?” nonsense. Bunny Park aims to be different, and while it could have (and should have) been a lot more, it’s still quite sweet. This is one of those hyper-casual games that are really just about slowly accumulating stuff (in this case, additional land and bunnies), and is an entirely laid-back, harmless experience. You start out with a small patch of land and one rabbit. The place is a mess, and you need to remove leaves, logs, and stones (for a bit of cash), before decorating it with all kinds of objects and filling it with plots of farmland to grow vegetables so the bunnies can eat. TOP/BEST ADULT VIDEO GAMES IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

Bunny Park Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Bunny Park Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Full bunnies are happy bunnies and they’ll dig up cash for you. Over time you’ll have enough cash to buy more land, put different plants and objects into the space, and attract more bunnies to the park. That’s really all there is to Bunny Park. Unfortunately, the developers made a massive error, and for a game this simple, I’m surprised that it got through QA. To collect the coins that bunnies dig up, you need to scroll your cursor over the coin. Unfortunately, it often won’t register, and the coin will remain unclaimed on the screen. Sometimes after some frantic waggling, you’ll pick up the coin, but most of the time it’ll just time out and disappear, funds lost. I’m pretty sure I understand what causes this: if the cursor could be used for anything else at the same time (i.e. the coin is sitting on some scenery that you can pick up, or a bunny that you can interact with), then the conflict causes the game to not register that the cursor is over the coin as well.

Can you find all the bunnies?

Most of the time coins are picked up over “free” scenery, but the space in Bunny Park is quite busy, so more often than not the coins will appear on something and there will be a conflict. It’s maddening that the developers somehow managed to get the most important interface command wrong. As a result, it’s incredibly slow going at first in Bunny Park, as you desperately scrape together as much money as possible, while watching coins continue to disappear around you. Things change, for the better, when you have enough to buy butterflies, which will automate the process of picking up coins for you. From that point you just sit back and enjoy the ambience as you putter about, making the prettiest park your creativity allows for, while the money automatically flows in. The problem then is that not much happens. The bunnies all have different colour patterns and are cute, so when they drop into the park for the first time it’s a delight Grand Theft Auto IV

Bunny Park Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Bunny Park Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

but there are only 25 of them, and they don’t do much once they’ve arrived. Really they just hop around, sleep, and a little heart bubble appears over their heads when you click on them (to simulate petting them). Another chilled-back bunny-themed game, Bunhouse, does a far better job of giving you a reason to care about your little buddies. There’s nothing offensive about Bunny Park. Even the UI issues aren’t much of a bother given that there are no lose states and no time pressures. If you miss out on money because the cursor doesn’t pick it up, you just wait for the next money to come along. It’s only ever a second or two away. Unfortunately, there’s no real point to playing Bunny Park, either. If the bunnies were more than cute little collectibles, and has some kind of personality, it would be one thing. If there was an Animal Crossing-like approach to progression it would be another.

A new bunny arrives in the park

Really, though, you’re just buying into a Farmville-like game with two dozen hopping furballs, and while that’s inherently pleasant and happy, it doesn’t make for a game that is particularly memorable or has any longevity or replay value. In Bunny Park, you start with a small plot of land and a single rabbit, with the goal being to expand the Park and restore it to make it into a bunny paradise, aiming to attract even more bunnies. There isn’t a tutorial as such; you get a few pointers on what controls to press; other than that, you are pretty much left to get on with it. You’ll build your nature park and care for its bunnies while decorating it to increase the popularity of the Park. The higher the rating of their bunny park, the more bunnies it can attract and collect, up to twenty-five bunnies in all. You’ll start by clearing an area of the park, and clicking on logs and weeds to dispose of them. As you do so, you earn coins, which are used to buy decorations for the park. Grand Theft Auto San Andreas

Bunny Park Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Bunny Park Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Decorations such as fences, paths and flowers and more. You can make little gardens and plant carrots and other vegetables for your bunnies to eat. And don’t forget to pet them as they love the attention. Eventually, you will have collected enough cash to buy automation helpers. These are called bot-terflies, (butterflies), which can automate some processes of clearing the debris and petting bunnies. Once you have gathered enough coins, you can expand the Park by buying another piece of land and attracting more cute rabbits. The gameplay is charming, relaxing and quite chilled, with pleasant music on a loop. There aren’t any timers or pressure on the player to complete anything within a given time. However, creating a space for your bunnies to feed and play will take a few hours as, initially, gold is hard to come by, and the game is slow to get started. The bunnies all have their own names and personalities.

Clear the rubbish and collect coins

Additionally, they have their own likes and dislikes for food and decorations, so you will have to get to know them to provide the care they need and to entice new bunnies into the park. Unfortunately, what should be a chilled time with a cute game is hampered by a strange camera glitch I encountered. While playing the game, quite unexpectedly, the camera would suddenly move to the top of the bunny park, way out of the area I was building in and zoom in close to the ground. The camera going off on its own happened numerous times, so much so that I began to think something was wrong with the Joy-cons on my new Switch. However, there isn’t, as they work fine with other games. Also, the unexpected camera movement would happen when I wasn’t touching the controls, which was very off-putting and kind of ruined the fun I was having with the game. Unlike other simulation/park-building games, Bunny Park has no story!

Bunny Park Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

Bunny Park Switch NSP Free Download GAMESPACK.NET

As such, you are free to go about your business with few limitations. Now, this may seem pointless, but its lack of direction was refreshing. Instead of having to respond to multiple requests, you decide your own goals and when you wish to complete them. Though no demands are made of you, there is a goal to aim towards. You are given a small piece of land that once housed 25 rabbits. Unfortunately, this place is now rundown, and the bunnies have fled. With a little care and a watchful eye, you can attract each creature back to its rightful home. To do this, all you must do is clean up, plant food, and place attractive structures. The early game is a little frustrating. Money is hard to come by and your rabbits demand plenty of snacks. As such, this isn’t relaxing, and it feels a bit of a grind. Yet, once you overcome the early hurdles, the rest of the game is a breeze.

You see, money is awarded by cleaning up debris, or collecting golden rings that are found by each resident. If you clean up enough junk or collect enough rings, you can expand the park, buy some decorations, or invest in butterflies. The butterflies are a clever way to incorporate automation into this cute and simple title. If you don’t invest wisely, Bunny Park will become tedious and dull. However, if you utilise the butterflies correctly, they will clean your grounds and collect every ring going. This was phenomenal, as it allows you to focus on improving the cute and cosy levels. By placing decorative items, food, trees, and more, you will make your park more desirable. In turn, this will attract more rabbits, and you’ll earn more cash. Subsequently, it’s a win-win, albeit a bit of a time-sink, nonetheless. If you so wish, you can leave your park running in the background. Grand Theft Auto V 

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