Ninja Bunny – The Bad Egg Adventure is a free game for iPhone and iPad that’s readily available for iOS 4.3 or later. It pits the hero, Ninja Bunny against the bad guy, Bad Egg and his military of robots.
My expectation of this video game was a little combined after reviewing it on the App Store. Ninja Bunny is dropped into numerous environments where he runs and jumps with an assortment of barriers that never appear to stop coming at you.
The controls only enable you to jump up and throw ninja stars at your enemies.
The actual gameplay is short lived at times. I didn’t such as that it takes 3 taps to get back to the new video game. It was little bit confusing because you do not reboot on the exact same screen you were previously on. Additionally, each time you die Bad Egg’s annoying maniacal laugh can be heard.
The amount of opponents and obstacles on the screen at one time made it tough to progress, so an excellent amount of determination and determination are required when playing this video game. When you kill an opponent, you’ll see a gold coin appear over them, so you have to quickly jump to collect them.
When you accumulate even more coins, you’ll have the choice to go to the coin store to load up on items to contribute to Ninja Bunny’s toolbox. You can make use of coins to buy costume upgrades and weapon upgrades for Ninja Bunny. The costumes differ in color, but don’t appear to provide Ninja Bunny any powers. The weapons readily available for purchase are ninja throwing stars, ice, fire, steaming poo, and a piggy bank.
As Ninja Bunny progresses, he gains power ups that provides him a crazy out of control capability such as Adrenaline Rush which speeds Ninja Bunny up so he can zip the opponents. The downside to Adrenaline Rush is it generally ends in his death due to lack of control since it makes it hard to make the jumps in time. Ninja Bunny can smash through a crate, get hold of a tank, and he’s unstoppable for short quantity of time. The tank is a lot of fun since it fires ordnance at the opponents and obstacles to assist clear the path.
I delighted in the funny graphics of ridiculous characters like the flying Dracula, a zombie dinosaur, flying robots, and a lot of other fast flying and running enemies you’ll experience. The numerous settings such as Complete Recall, Ice Ice Infant, Wall of China, Ancient Scars, and The Evil Dead, are rather cool that they drop Ninja Bunny into. In general, I would advise Ninja Bunny – The Bad Egg Experience if you really want to be challenged simply put bursts and don’t have time for a long drawn out video game play.