Lemmings is a classic side-scrolling puzzle strategy game that really set the standards back in the day for PC gaming. Since then we haven’t really had a game that quite captured that level of engagement, despite a few titles like World of Goo attempting to usurp that title. Well, Bunny Mania 2 is hoping to slip into that category, even if it likely won’t be coming close to taking the crown from Lemmings but might appeal to people who want something similar to the old-school classic.
As far as actual gameplay is concerned, Bunny Mania 2 is a side-scroller where you have to help a bevy of bunnies make their way home.
You’ll need to use a variety of limited tools to help the bunnies traverse the environments, get past obstacles, and eventually get to the checkpoint. You can see how the gameplay plays out with the video below from [email protected] below.
The gameplay is very much like Lemmings, except in the PC version instead of relying on touchscreen controls you have to use the mouse and keyboard to carry out your actions.
We briefly see how the goal is to get the bunnies to the top of the platform, and using the makeshift platforms will allow you to build a route that leads the bunnies right to their home.
The early stages start off pretty simple but begin to ramp up in difficulty later on. There are 60 stages in total with 10 different tools to utilize in order to help the bunnies along the way. Given the limitations of the tools, it means that players have to mix and match their strategies in order to find a way to the end.
While the game looks simple enough, thankfully the price isn’t too bad, and you can pick up a digital copy for only $4.99.
You can learn more or check out the game over on the Steam store page.
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