Chelsea must beat the seven devils to death!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 Gundemonium Series. The game borrows many of the mechanics from Metroid and Castlevania as well as adding many new ones. The most interesting new mechanic in the game is Bunny's ability to slow, freeze, or reverse time. There are also many other abilities, items, and weapons power-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 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 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 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 though DESURA but Rockin' Android also included the game in the Indie Royale's Back to School Bundle of 2012 before its official release. You can also find the game at GamersGate and Playism. A Steam release may be a possibility by helping it become certain by voting for Bunny Must Die! in its Steam Greenlight page. A demo of the official English release can be downloaded here.Not to be confused with Space Bunnies Must Die, a third person action game.
Bunny's quest through the Caves of the Devils provides examples of: