bungalow It makes me a little creepy, but it’s not Bunhouse’s fault. This is the fault of all self-referential games like Frog Fractions, which are cute on the surface, but are actually meta-horror games or ARGs that last for many years.At Bunhouse, I can’t help but wonder if it’s just seem Just like I am a rabbit with soft ears, planting monstera in my rabbit greenhouse. Maybe the real monstera is hidden behind my rabbit’s big eyes…
Or maybe Bunhouse is just a cute game about bunny running a greenhouse. This is the reason for the publicity on Kickstarter and the happy Steam user reviews from the people who funded it on Kickstarter.
“Sometimes we just need to take a breath and relax in a happy little world full of rabbits,” wrote creator Patrick Gautier, who makes games under the Reky Games label. “There is nothing to kill, no one is better than anyone, there is no task or debt to be paid…”
Or is there? No, no, absolutely not.Uh you were able Fishing, and the ethics of sport fishing (rabbit does not eat (Fish, as far as I know) is controversial, especially in a anthropomorphic rabbit world, one can assume that fish are like humans. Just in case, I threw back a fish I caught. My rabbit is not a murderer.
Otherwise, Bunhouse violates the true colors of indie games (Undertale, Pony Island, etc.). There is no “just kidding, this is actually some creepy stuff made up by teenagers on the forum.” Here, it’s just that the rabbit is the one who happens to own and operate the houseplant nursery. This kind of rabbit can provide for the millennials living in the apartment. They purchased the Fern app online. (There is research on the benefits of owning plants, okay? Leave us alone.)
But I still can’t get rid of the feeling that something is wrong. Plant growth is simple: fill a pot with soil, put seeds in it, and then water until the correct moisture content for the plant is reached. Wait a moment and you will have plants for sale. Order more seeds to plant more. This is boring, but nothing strange. However, leaving the greenhouse, things became a bit strange.
Here are some of the problems I encountered while exploring Bunhouse:
Why are there golden mushrooms in the woods?
Why does it seem that all Kickstarter supporters are buried in the cemetery?
Why do rabbits grow houseplants and sell them to carrots for currency, instead of just growing carrots and eating them?
(To be fair, I think I should allow rabbits to have a complex economy including cash crops.)
Why is there a stump asking me to provide a password? What is the code?
The package on the delivery truck was dropped by a pair of birds, but we could not see who was driving the truck. Is it a bird driving the truck?
Probably not, because although the birds are very strong (they can lift a tray of gardening supplies while flying), the truck is clearly not designed for the bird’s body. There are other things in the truck. What is it?
I don’t have the answers to these questions — I still don’t know if rabbits can fish — but I know that Bunhouse allows you to customize your rabbit’s ears (upright, lop-eared, lion head, dwarf) and jump with your rabbit friends Go (only for local cooperation, but it supports Steam’s remote play together function), grow rabbit plants and do rabbit yoga. I like rabbits, so I fully support all these things.
Before spending 20 dollars to buy, think about how much you love rabbits bungalow, although. Once I was convinced that nothing sinister was hidden under the greenhouse or the backyard cemetery, the rabbit plant business could no longer attract my attention.This is a lovely project that can be played for an hour, and regardless of its value, Kickstarter supporters seem to have got what they want, but I still recommend it Stardew Valley If you want to get your brain stuck in a pretend farm, even if it doesn’t have rabbit yoga. (A serious mistake.)