Conclusion: Sierra also had the audacity to put costumes on them, making it difficult at times to estimate the color and row/colomn you are aiming for. To anyone that has 100% this game; I commend you on your skill and perseveranse. In conclusion, the game is worthless, and so so so much harder and not worth playing than any game I've played. I will never. NEVER support you Sierra or Artech Sudies. I swear it.
Excerpt: Sugar, spice and everything nice... Even a quick glance in the general direction of Boogie Bunnies is enough to give you cavities. The presentation is overly sweet with an incredibly colorful, joyful look. This isn't a bad thing, and considering the generally gloomy mood of most games, is actually pretty appealing. At the same time, the bright, cheery nature does get a bit overwhelming at times.
Conclusion: Boogie Bunnies is a pretty good Live Arcade title for fans of games like Bejeweled and Hexic who aren't necessarily looking for anything new. The problem with this game really comes in when veterans of these puzzlers realize that this game is almost a clone of these previous titles. It does, however get points for being visually appealing by looking really cute.
Summary: Boogie Bunnies is cute, exciting and a lot of fun ... for a few minutes. Unfortunately the shallow gameplay and boring levels keep this adorable game from being more than a silly time waster. This is yet another very average game on the Xbox Live Arcade. This product was submitted by the publisher for review. As a rule, Defunct Games does not review games we spent money on. However, that does not always apply to classic/retro games.
Conclusion: The other problem you’re likely to run into is a simple matter of color. Generally, no two colors are going to give you any problems. You’re not likely to mistake green for blue. The exception for this is the orange and red colors used in the game. These two are so close on the color scale in Boogie Bunnies , that it’s hard to tell any difference between them.