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First started in late 2007, Kasey's Mobile Game Review (then just a regular feature of Kasey's Korner) started as a simul-post between here and IGN. Later I realized there's no reason to post it twice, when I can use the traffic on my own site. so, here we are, in 2010, and the mobile game industry has grown a bit. What do you think?

KMGR of "Bugs Bunny: Bunny Rescue"

Bugs Bunny's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.Image via Wikipedia

Bugs Bunny: Bunny Rescue brought out one of the perennial animation stars: Bugs Bunny, and many of his friends. However, the end result is more of an extremely simple puzzle, rather than a game. As such, it's not really worth the price of admission unless you can't get enough of Bugs Bunny.

Bunny Rescue basically is one of those flash games where you randomly pick one of the X buttons to push so something will grow. There is an optimum sequence for the button pushes to maximize the "growth", but it's up to you to figure that out. Bunny Rescue gives you amusing animations involving Bugs Bunny and friends, and only lets you play the next puzzle if solve this one. However, puzzles are simple enough that you'll probably be done with the game in less than 30 minutes.

For example, say, the huge Hairy Monster is about the break down the door. There's some exploding hair tunic, barber's scissors, a level to activate a trap door, and a rubber mallet (the cartoon kind). How do you use each in sequence (some takes several "turns" to activate) to take care of the hairy monster? You would 1) put the mallet in hands of the "knights" at the door, 2) put the hair tonic as a trap on the chandelier, by then the monster would have entered, got hit by the mallets, and got zapped by the tonic. 3) activate the trap door, which produces a barber's chair, and the monster falls into it, and 4) use the scissors!

As you can imagine, when there gets to be like 8 items, the combinations gets pretty darn large. At the end of the "puzzle" you get a rating about how close you got to use each item in the right place, so you can improve upon your previous attempt.

And really, that's all there is to the game. You'll get to see some classic Bugs Bunny characters, but that's about it.

If you like these light-hearted games, give them a try, though this game is way over-priced for the short amount of entertainment it provides.

Overall rating: 5.5 out of 10
Pros: classic Bugs Bunny characters, some clever animations
Cons: not much of a game here, only 5 puzzles to solve

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