History VideoGame / BunnyMustDie

19th Aug '16 8:47:01 PM CRBWildcat
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* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: Chelsea, the elf princess.



* GlassCannon: Chelsea hits harder than Bunny, but she doesn't get any way to boost her defense until very late in her story.



* ImprobableWeaponUser: One of Chelsea's most damaging attacks is a ladder, and it's her only way to deal damage above her.
19th Aug '16 8:37:56 PM CRBWildcat
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* GameBreaker: In the Playstation version, getting all 10 time powerups gives Bunny the 10th time power, "Aurum Call", which allows her to transform into Golden Bunny at the cost of depleting time power while it's active. Activating this makes even the final boss look like a cakewalk.
18th Aug '16 3:00:31 AM Zekira
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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 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]]. An updated version of the game was released in Japan on July 2016 via the Playstation Network for the Playstation Vita (and soon for the Playstation 4 with crossbuy), featuring a new art style, widescreen capability, new rooms, and a few other features such as new abilities.

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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 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]]. An updated version of the game was released in Japan on July 2016 via the Playstation Network for the Playstation Vita (and soon for the Playstation 4 with crossbuy), featuring a new art style, widescreen capability, new rooms, and a few other features such as new abilities.
abilities and a shop which you can access from the menu that grants you some powerups.
18th Aug '16 2:59:37 AM Zekira
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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 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]].

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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 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]].
here]]. An updated version of the game was released in Japan on July 2016 via the Playstation Network for the Playstation Vita (and soon for the Playstation 4 with crossbuy), featuring a new art style, widescreen capability, new rooms, and a few other features such as new abilities.


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** In the Playstation version, there's an accessory you can obtain which gives back Bunny's regular speed while she's in Dynamite Body, though.


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* GameBreaker: In the Playstation version, getting all 10 time powerups gives Bunny the 10th time power, "Aurum Call", which allows her to transform into Golden Bunny at the cost of depleting time power while it's active. Activating this makes even the final boss look like a cakewalk.
* GameBreakingBug: In the Playstation version, the doors to the final dungeon ''do not open no matter what you do.'' It took a few weeks before an update fixed it.
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.
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