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Angry Bunny: Ninja Revenge Review

By , on August 16, 2010

Angry Bunny: Ninja Revenge
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2 out of 5


  • Fun twist on the Doodle Jump gameplay.
  • Ninja's vs Pirate's bunny style.


  • Inconsistent jumping.
  • Clashing uses of 'gravity' causes unnecessary confusion.


There are just too many other titles in the vertical-jumping vein for Angry Bunny: Ninja Revenge to be worth your time as it currently stands.

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It's unfortunate to see another game developer taking the short-track for their latest release, but 'Angry Bunny: Ninja Revenge' by Ran Zhang takes the well established Doodle Jump style of vertical endless gameplay and tacks on a few variations in order to give it a unique flavor.

This isn't entirely successful though as jumping can feel somewhat erratic, with your ninja bunny vaulting past several platforms in one moment and just barely scraping by to the next level in the next. However, the tilt controls are well implemented, making it easy to stick the landings when you do jump high enough and once you obtain weapons you can fire up at the pirate to score some bonus points.

All of this would be perfectly fine to deal with if it wasn't for the awkward pairing of constantly jumping up while watching bombs and carrots fall down at their own separate rate. This results in a bit of confusion as you automatically anticipate bombs earlier or later than intended, losing points or your game in the process.

'Angry Bunny: Ninja Revenge' feels a little late to the party and despite some gameplay changes it doesn't go far enough to seriously compete against other already well established vertical jumpers. Hold on to your change instead of grabbing this title, you've likely already got something better to play.


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