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27th Apr '16 2:32:05 AM erforce
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** The names of the the Achievements in the Steam version of ''Bunny Must Die!'' includes references to famous lines from other games and movies. Some include: "[[VideoGame/CastlevaniaSymphonyOfTheNight A Miserable Pile of Pixels]]," "[[Film/BackToTheFuture 88 Bunnies Per Hour]]," "[[Disney/AliceInWonderland I'm Late, I'm Late!]]," "[[Film/TheHillsHaveEyes The Walls Have Eyes]]," among a few others.

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** The names of the the Achievements in the Steam version of ''Bunny Must Die!'' includes references to famous lines from other games and movies. Some include: "[[VideoGame/CastlevaniaSymphonyOfTheNight A Miserable Pile of Pixels]]," "[[Film/BackToTheFuture 88 Bunnies Per Hour]]," "[[Disney/AliceInWonderland I'm Late, I'm Late!]]," "[[Film/TheHillsHaveEyes "[[Film/TheHillsHaveEyes1977 The Walls Have Eyes]]," among a few others.
12th Jan '16 6:33:18 AM erforce
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'''''Bunny Must Die! Chelsea and the 7 Devils''''' is a Japanese {{Metroidvania}} indie game released in 2006 for Windows PC by Platine Dispositif, the creator of the ''VideoGame/GundemoniumSeries''. The game borrows many of the mechanics from ''VideoGame/{{Metroid}}'' and ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' as well as adding many new ones. The most interesting new mechanic in the game is Bunny's ability to [[BulletTime slow]], [[TimeStandsStill freeze]], or reverse time. There are also many other abilities, items, and weapons {{power|Up}}-ups to play around and experiment with. As an added bonus, there's an unlockable second character that offers a different take on the game's storyline.

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'''''Bunny Must Die! Chelsea and the 7 Devils''''' is a Japanese {{Metroidvania}} indie game released in 2006 for Windows PC by Platine Dispositif, the creator of the ''VideoGame/GundemoniumSeries''. The game borrows many of the mechanics from ''VideoGame/{{Metroid}}'' ''Franchise/{{Metroid}}'' and ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' as well as adding many new ones. The most interesting new mechanic in the game is Bunny's ability to [[BulletTime slow]], [[TimeStandsStill freeze]], or reverse time. There are also many other abilities, items, and weapons {{power|Up}}-ups to play around and experiment with. As an added bonus, there's an unlockable second character that offers a different take on the game's storyline.



** The {{shinigami}} miniboss looks just like Eryth Millfall from the [[VideoGame/GundemoniumSeries Gundemonium]] games by the same creator, though she also bears resemblance to Elly of ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}''. She also throws [[SinisterScythe scythes]] around in a way that resembles Death from ''VideoGame/{{Castlevania}}''.

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** The {{shinigami}} miniboss looks just like Eryth Millfall from the [[VideoGame/GundemoniumSeries Gundemonium]] games by the same creator, though she also bears resemblance to Elly of ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}''. She also throws [[SinisterScythe scythes]] around in a way that resembles Death from ''VideoGame/{{Castlevania}}''.''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}''.



* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Pink Hair]]: Chelsea. Some of the devils and {{Mooks}} also have odd hair colours.

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* [[YouGottaHaveBlueHair You Gotta Have Pink Hair]]: Chelsea.YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Chelsea has pink hair. Some of the devils and {{Mooks}} also have odd hair colours.
5th Dec '15 10:07:41 AM hamza678
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** The {{shinigami}} miniboss looks just like Eryth Millfall from the [[VideoGame/GundemoniumSeries Gundemonium]] games by the same creator, though she also bears resemblance to Elly of ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}''. She also throws [[SinisterScythe scythes]] around in a way that resembles Death from ''Castlevania''.

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** The {{shinigami}} miniboss looks just like Eryth Millfall from the [[VideoGame/GundemoniumSeries Gundemonium]] games by the same creator, though she also bears resemblance to Elly of ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}''. She also throws [[SinisterScythe scythes]] around in a way that resembles Death from ''Castlevania''.''VideoGame/{{Castlevania}}''.



** [[spoiler:Golden Bunny]]'s ultimate attack might be a shout out to the [[StreetFighter Shun Goku Satsu]].

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** [[spoiler:Golden Bunny]]'s ultimate attack might be a shout out to the [[StreetFighter [[VideoGame/StreetFighter Shun Goku Satsu]].



** Parrying is done exactly like in StreetFighterIII, and has the exact same effect.

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** Parrying is done exactly like in StreetFighterIII, ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIII'', and has the exact same effect.
19th Oct '15 4:45:22 PM MarkLungo
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An unofficial English translation patch of the original Japanese game by Non-Directional Translations can be found [[http://www.romhacking.net/trans/1396/ here]] (click on "1.1" under "Patch Version", requires rev.060916). ''Bunny Must Die!'' eventually received an official overseas release by Rockin' Android on September 2012 through [[http://www.desura.com/games/bunny-must-die DESURA]], with optional remastered soundtrack (provided by Woofle, who arranged the soundtrack for ''Hitogata Happa'') and slightly updated graphics. It was also featured as part of IndieRoyale's Back to School Bundle of 2012 before its official release. The game is also available on [[http://www.gamersgate.com/DD-BMDC7D/bunny-must-die-chelsea-and-the-7-devils GamersGate]], [[http://playism-games.com/game/36/bunny-must-die Playism]], and finally [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/250660/ Steam]]. A demo of the overseas version can be downloaded [[http://www.bunnymustdie.com/ here]].

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An unofficial English translation patch of the original Japanese game by Non-Directional Translations can be found [[http://www.romhacking.net/trans/1396/ here]] (click on "1.1" under "Patch Version", requires rev.060916). ''Bunny Must Die!'' eventually received an official overseas release by Rockin' Android on September 2012 through [[http://www.desura.com/games/bunny-must-die DESURA]], with optional remastered soundtrack (provided by Woofle, who arranged the soundtrack for ''Hitogata Happa'') and slightly updated graphics. It was also featured as part of IndieRoyale's UsefulNotes/IndieRoyale's Back to School Bundle of 2012 before its official release. The game is also available on [[http://www.gamersgate.com/DD-BMDC7D/bunny-must-die-chelsea-and-the-7-devils GamersGate]], [[http://playism-games.com/game/36/bunny-must-die Playism]], and finally [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/250660/ Steam]]. A demo of the overseas version can be downloaded [[http://www.bunnymustdie.com/ here]].
24th Sep '15 10:39:05 AM HighCrate
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* FragileSpeedster / MightyGlacier: Bunny can change outfits later in the game. In her normal outfit, she is a FragileSpeedster, while in her [[BreastExpansion busty outfit]], she is a MightyGlacier, with improved attack and defense but lower jumps and slower movement.



* GlassCannon: Chelsea hits harder than Bunny, but she lacks a lot of the mobility skills that Bunny has, or comes by them much later in the story than Bunny obtains hers. She also doesn't get any way to boost her defense until very late in her story.
** That actually depends on how well you know the game. Bunny can unleash a world of hurt on certain bosses just by wielding a specific weapon and being in the right position, which can make quick work of them.
** But of course, [[ImprobableWeaponUser Chelsea's ladder is]] [[LethalJokeWeapon still the strongest of them all.]] It even embodies this trope a bit more because a lot of the enemies will have lethal attacks that shoot directly under them, and to hit enemies with the ladder you need to be directly under them.

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* GlassCannon: Chelsea hits harder than Bunny, but she lacks a lot of the mobility skills that Bunny has, or comes by them much later in the story than Bunny obtains hers. She also doesn't get any way to boost her defense until very late in her story.
** That actually depends on how well you know the game. Bunny can unleash a world of hurt on certain bosses just by wielding a specific weapon and being in the right position, which can make quick work of them.
** But of course, [[ImprobableWeaponUser Chelsea's ladder is]] [[LethalJokeWeapon still the strongest of them all.]] It even embodies this trope a bit more because a lot of the enemies will have lethal attacks that shoot directly under them, and to hit enemies with the ladder you need to be directly under them.
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* MightyGlacier: Bunny can change outfits later in the game. In her [[BreastExpansion busty outfit]], she is a MightyGlacier, with improved attack but lower jumps and slower movement.
9th Aug '15 8:13:36 PM LittleContent
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* SequentialBoss:
** FinalBoss [[spoiler:Chelsea]] has a whopping seven distinct stages.
** Septentrion Pleiades has five stages, but this fight happens back to back with [[spoiler:possessed Bunny]], who also has three stages and is directly followed by yet another three-stage boss (whose second stage is fortunately [[HopelessBossFight unbeatable]]). The game even gives you an [[CosmeticAward award]] if you manage to finish all those fights without ever running out of HP.
12th Apr '15 12:27:34 PM ViperAcidZX
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An unofficial English translation patch of the original Japanese game by Non-Directional Translations can be found [[http://www.romhacking.net/trans/1396/ here]] (click on "1.1" under "Patch Version", requires rev.060916). However the game received an official overseas release by Rockin' Android in September 2012 through [[http://www.desura.com/games/bunny-must-die DESURA]], with optional remastered soundtrack (provided by Woofle, who arranged the soundtrack for ''Hitogata Happa'') and slightly updated graphics. It was also featured as part of IndieRoyale's Back to School Bundle of 2012 before its official release. The game is also available on [[http://www.gamersgate.com/DD-BMDC7D/bunny-must-die-chelsea-and-the-7-devils GamersGate]], [[http://playism-games.com/game/36/bunny-must-die Playism]], and finally [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/250660/ Steam]]. A demo of the overseas version can be downloaded [[http://www.bunnymustdie.com/ here]].

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An unofficial English translation patch of the original Japanese game by Non-Directional Translations can be found [[http://www.romhacking.net/trans/1396/ here]] (click on "1.1" under "Patch Version", requires rev.060916). However the game ''Bunny Must Die!'' eventually received an official overseas release by Rockin' Android in on September 2012 through [[http://www.desura.com/games/bunny-must-die DESURA]], with optional remastered soundtrack (provided by Woofle, who arranged the soundtrack for ''Hitogata Happa'') and slightly updated graphics. It was also featured as part of IndieRoyale's Back to School Bundle of 2012 before its official release. The game is also available on [[http://www.gamersgate.com/DD-BMDC7D/bunny-must-die-chelsea-and-the-7-devils GamersGate]], [[http://playism-games.com/game/36/bunny-must-die Playism]], and finally [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/250660/ Steam]]. A demo of the overseas version can be downloaded [[http://www.bunnymustdie.com/ here]].



* GratuitousEnglish: The [[Franchise/{{Castlevania}} Dracula]] knockoff speaks in English, much to the Japanese-speaking Bunny's dismay. Specifically, he speaks entirely in ZeroWing quotes. In the English patch, he instead speaks in GratuitousGerman and says, among other things [[UsefulNotes/JohnFKennedy "Ich bin ein Berliner"]].

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* GratuitousEnglish: The [[Franchise/{{Castlevania}} Dracula]] knockoff Baron Valdmu speaks in English, much to the Japanese-speaking Bunny's dismay. Specifically, he speaks entirely in ZeroWing ''VideoGame/ZeroWing'' quotes. In the English patch, he instead speaks in GratuitousGerman and says, among other things [[UsefulNotes/JohnFKennedy "Ich bin ein Berliner"]].



* HartmanHips: Bunny, without the BreastExpansion-inducing suit.

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* HartmanHips: Bunny, without the BreastExpansion-inducing suit.When Bunny's not using her Dynamite Body ability, her hips are larger and pronounced compared to her slender waist.
12th Apr '15 8:10:02 AM ViperAcidZX
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An unofficial English translation patch of the original Japanese game by Non-Directional Translations can be found [[http://www.romhacking.net/trans/1396/ here]] (click on "1.1" under "Patch Version", requires rev.060916). However the game received an official overseas release of ''Bunny Must Die! Chelsea and the 7 Devils'' by Rockin' Android in September 2012 through [[http://www.desura.com/games/bunny-must-die DESURA]], with optional remastered soundtrack (provided by Woofle, who arranged the soundtrack for ''Hitogata Happa'') and slightly updated graphics. It was also featured as part of IndieRoyale's Back to School Bundle of 2012 before its official release. The game is also available on [[http://www.gamersgate.com/DD-BMDC7D/bunny-must-die-chelsea-and-the-7-devils GamersGate]], [[http://playism-games.com/game/36/bunny-must-die Playism]], and finally [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/250660/ Steam]]. A demo of the overseas version can be downloaded [[http://www.bunnymustdie.com/ here]].

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An unofficial English translation patch of the original Japanese game by Non-Directional Translations can be found [[http://www.romhacking.net/trans/1396/ here]] (click on "1.1" under "Patch Version", requires rev.060916). However the game received an official overseas release of ''Bunny Must Die! Chelsea and the 7 Devils'' by Rockin' Android in September 2012 through [[http://www.desura.com/games/bunny-must-die DESURA]], with optional remastered soundtrack (provided by Woofle, who arranged the soundtrack for ''Hitogata Happa'') and slightly updated graphics. It was also featured as part of IndieRoyale's Back to School Bundle of 2012 before its official release. The game is also available on [[http://www.gamersgate.com/DD-BMDC7D/bunny-must-die-chelsea-and-the-7-devils GamersGate]], [[http://playism-games.com/game/36/bunny-must-die Playism]], and finally [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/250660/ Steam]]. A demo of the overseas version can be downloaded [[http://www.bunnymustdie.com/ here]].



* EssenceDrop: Enemies will drop Time Crystals when Bunny kills them, refilling her Time Meter.

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* EssenceDrop: Enemies will drop Time Crystals when Bunny kills them, refilling her Time Meter. It also works for Chelsea and her Mana Meter.



* EvolvingTitleScreen: When you first start out playing the game, the title screen features Bunny in a purple, dream-like background. After unlocking Chelsea and the 7 Devils, the title screen replaces Bunny with Chelsea and background color changes to blue. Upon completing Chelsea and the 7 Devils mode, the title screen features both heroines and the background color changes to green.



* {{Gainaxing}}: Bunny in her busty outfit.

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* {{Gainaxing}}: Bunny in her busty outfit.Dynamite Body.
11th Apr '15 11:28:53 PM ViperAcidZX
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The introductory plot is as follows. After being near a cattomic power plant explosion, poor Bunny has been cursed with a pair of cat ears. Soon, a "fat prophet" appears and guides her to the Cave of the Devils to help get rid of her curse. Unfortunately for Bunny upon entering the cave, the "fat prophet" gets attacked by some random steer, gets stabbed [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill twenty four times]] by its horns and dies. Thankfully the steer just wanders off after killing him, but Bunny is now lost in the Cave of the Devils still needing to find a way to remove her curse.

An unofficial English translation patch of the original Japanese game by Non-Directional Translations can be found [[http://www.romhacking.net/trans/1396/ here]] (click on "1.1" under "Patch Version").

An official English release of ''Bunny Must Die! Chelsea and the 7 Devils'' has been released by the doujin localization company, Rockin' Android, with optional remastered soundtrack (provided by Woofle, who arranged the soundtrack for the Steam Edition of ''Hitogata Happa'') and slightly updated graphics. The official English version of the game was released on September 2012 [[http://www.desura.com/games/bunny-must-die though]] {{DESURA}} but Rockin' Android also included the game in the IndieRoyale's Back to School Bundle of 2012 before its official release. You can also find the game at [[http://www.gamersgate.com/DD-BMDC7D/bunny-must-die-chelsea-and-the-7-devils GamersGate]] and [[http://www.playism-games.com/games/bunnymustdie/ Playism]]. Most recently, the game has been released on [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/250660/ Steam]]. A demo of the official English release can be downloaded [[http://www.bunnymustdie.com/ here]].

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The introductory plot is as follows. After follows: after being near a cattomic power plant explosion, poor Bunny has been cursed with a pair of cat ears. Soon, a "fat prophet" appears and guides her to the Cave of the Devils to help get rid of her curse. Unfortunately for Bunny upon entering the cave, the "fat prophet" gets attacked by some random steer, gets stabbed [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill twenty four times]] by its horns and dies. Thankfully the steer just wanders off after killing him, but Bunny is now lost in the Cave of the Devils still needing to find a way to remove her curse.

An unofficial English translation patch of the original Japanese game by Non-Directional Translations can be found [[http://www.romhacking.net/trans/1396/ here]] (click on "1.1" under "Patch Version").

An
Version", requires rev.060916). However the game received an official English overseas release of ''Bunny Must Die! Chelsea and the 7 Devils'' has been released by the doujin localization company, Rockin' Android, with optional remastered soundtrack (provided by Woofle, who arranged the soundtrack for the Steam Edition of ''Hitogata Happa'') and slightly updated graphics. The official English version of the game was released on Android in September 2012 through [[http://www.desura.com/games/bunny-must-die though]] {{DESURA}} but Rockin' Android DESURA]], with optional remastered soundtrack (provided by Woofle, who arranged the soundtrack for ''Hitogata Happa'') and slightly updated graphics. It was also included the game in the featured as part of IndieRoyale's Back to School Bundle of 2012 before its official release. You can The game is also find the game at available on [[http://www.gamersgate.com/DD-BMDC7D/bunny-must-die-chelsea-and-the-7-devils GamersGate]] GamersGate]], [[http://playism-games.com/game/36/bunny-must-die Playism]], and [[http://www.playism-games.com/games/bunnymustdie/ Playism]]. Most recently, the game has been released on finally [[http://store.steampowered.com/app/250660/ Steam]]. A demo of the official English release overseas version can be downloaded [[http://www.bunnymustdie.com/ here]].



* AutoRevive: The function of Chelsea's Elixirs.



* BarbieDollAnatomy: The catgirls in the Cattomic Power Plant are lacking nipples, along with their genitalia.



* DoubleJump: One of Chelsea's spells.
** [[UpToEleven More like 38957235802348-ple Jump.]] (in the Desura version at least)

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* DoubleJump: One of Chelsea's spells.
** [[UpToEleven More like 38957235802348-ple Jump.]] (in
spells. In the Desura release of the game, it seems that Chelsea can do much more than a double-jump.
* DubNameChange: Some name changes were in made in Rockin' Android's overseas
version at least)compared to the fan-translation by Non-Directional Translations. Some of these changes include but are not limited to "cattomic"/"thermocatular" being changed to "thermomewclear", the "Devil's Junkyard" renamed to "Devil's Dump", "Self Shooter" changed to "Slyph Shooter", and Baron Valdmu renamed to "Baron Bramdeau".



* [[ExcitedShowTitle Excited Video Game Title!]]

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* [[ExcitedShowTitle Excited Video Game Title!]]Title!]]: The first half the game's title.



** The {{shinigami}} miniboss looks just like Eryth Millfall from the [[VideoGame/GundemoniumSeries Gundemonium]] games by the same creator, though she also bears resemblance to Elly of ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}''. She also throws [[SinisterScythe scythes]] around in a way that much resembles Death from ''Castlevania''.

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** The {{shinigami}} miniboss looks just like Eryth Millfall from the [[VideoGame/GundemoniumSeries Gundemonium]] games by the same creator, though she also bears resemblance to Elly of ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}''. She also throws [[SinisterScythe scythes]] around in a way that much resembles Death from ''Castlevania''.



* SpiceUpTheSubtitles: Bunny is pretty foul-mouthed in the fan translation patch.

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* SpiceUpTheSubtitles: Bunny is pretty very foul-mouthed in the fan translation patch.
1st Mar '15 9:34:01 AM ViperAcidZX
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* OneHundredPercentCompletion
* ActionGirl: Bunny.

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* OneHundredPercentCompletion
OneHundredPercentCompletion: The game features a percentage counter on your individual save slots for the items you've collected.
* ActionGirl: Bunny.Bunny, a time-controlling bunnygirl who's skilled with a wide array of weapons.



* AmericanKirbyIsHardcore: The loading screen for Rockin' Android's version of the game has a silhouette of Bunny carrying all the weapons in the game, and has a more "actiony" Bunny in the title.

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* AmericanKirbyIsHardcore: The loading screen for Rockin' Android's version of the game with the updated graphics enabled has a silhouette of Bunny carrying all the weapons in the game, and has a more "actiony" Bunny in the title.



* BlackMagicianGirl: Chelsea

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* BlackMagicianGirl: ChelseaChelsea. She's capable of using powerful magical attacks ranging from a KamehameHadoken that tracks her opponents to an absurdly powerful ladder.



* CowboyBebopAtHisComputer: There was a common misconception with the game of many people believing the game was actually {{freeware|Game}} on forums and other sites when pirated copies of the game leaked onto the Internet. The real story is that the game was never free and was being sold through Japanese online retailer that sold doujin games. It wasn't until 2012 that the game got an official release overseas thanks to Rockin' Android.



* EdgeGravity

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* EdgeGravityEdgeGravity: It's possible to walk off a ledge before gravity takes notice.



** There's also one boss who's pretty much identical to Seven Force from ''VideoGame/GunstarHeroes''.

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** There's also one boss who's pretty much identical to Seven Force from ''VideoGame/GunstarHeroes''.



* FullFrontalAssault: The catgirls Bunny and Chelsea run into are lacking clothes outside of some wrist-cuffs, high-heels, thigh-highs, and a bell collar.



** [[spoiler:Also, to get to the final boss of Chelsea and The Seven Devils, you have to break into the VeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon ahead of time, via a secret entrance that not only wasn't necessary at all in Bunny Must Die, but is ''not'' revealed when Chelsea uses the Eye Of Truth (which reveals pretty much every other hidden block or gate or item), and then use the Wrath of God power to break into the final chamber. There's really no indication that the secret entrance is one, either.]]

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** [[spoiler:Also, to get to the final boss of Chelsea and The Seven Devils, you have to break into the VeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon ahead of time, via a secret entrance that not only wasn't necessary at all in Bunny Must Die, but is ''not'' revealed when Chelsea uses the Eye Of Truth (which reveals pretty much every other hidden block or gate or item), and then use the Wrath of God power to break into the final chamber. There's really no indication that the secret entrance is one, either.]]



** How about the dolphin room? You have to switch the lights off to open the gate at the far side. While this is a reasonable thing to try, it isn't readily obvious that turning off the lights ''does'' anything, because the gate will shut the second you take any damage at all.

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** How about the The dolphin room? You have to switch the lights off to open the gate at the far side. While this is a reasonable thing to try, it isn't readily obvious that turning off the lights ''does'' anything, because the gate will shut the second you take any damage at all.



* GoombaStomp

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* GoombaStompGoombaStomp: Bunny can repeatedly stomp on enemies to death, and there's an upgrade for here that boosts the damage of stomping enemies.



* {{Metroidvania}}
* [[SirSwearsALot Miss Swears-a-Lot]]: Bunny in Non-Directional Translation's FanTranslation of the game, as she uses instances of "fuck" and "shit" in certain parts of the story. [[spoiler:She also dropped an [[AtomicFBomb Atomic S-Bomb]] after realising [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone she unknowingly helped the free the game's]] BigBad.]]

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* {{Metroidvania}}
{{Metroidvania}}: The game is structured with the likes of ''Metroid'' and ''Castlevania'', as well as featuring shout-outs to these games.
* [[SirSwearsALot Miss Swears-a-Lot]]: Bunny in Non-Directional Translation's FanTranslation fan translation of the game, as she uses instances of "fuck" and "shit" in certain parts of the story. [[spoiler:She also dropped an [[AtomicFBomb Atomic S-Bomb]] after realising [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone realizing she unknowingly helped the free the game's]] game's BigBad.]]



* NiceHat: Chelsea's hat

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: [[spoiler:Bunny reaction upon realizing she unknowingly helped free the main villain.]]
* NiceHat: Chelsea's hathat.



* OurTimeTravelIsDifferent



* PeopleJars

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* PeopleJarsPeopleJars: Some can be seen throughout the Catomic Power Plant with catgirls inside them.



* RollingAttack: The catgirls' method of fighting, and they can home-in on you.



* TalkingIsAFreeAction

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* TalkingIsAFreeActionTalkingIsAFreeAction: During a conversation, the game's playtime frees.



* TimeTrial: After achieving OneHundredPercentCompletion as Bunny, your total game time becomes visible at the bottom of the screen. The Rockin' Android version includes achievements for beating the game in under two hours and achieving 100% completion in under one hour. This is made harder by the fact that saving adds seconds to your total time (20 in the Rockin' Android version and ''100'' in the original due to a programming oversight).

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* TimeTrial: After achieving OneHundredPercentCompletion as Bunny, your total game time becomes visible at the bottom of the screen. The Rockin' Android version includes achievements for beating the game in under two hours and achieving 100% completion in under one hour. This is made harder by the fact that saving adds seconds to your total time (20 (a full minute in the Rockin' Android version and ''100'' in the original due to a programming oversight).
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