Space Bunnies Must Die review by Al Giovetti

 

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By Al Giovetti
Price:$49.95
Genre:real-time 3-D adventure
Release:October 26, 1998
Developer: Ripcord Games
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Publisher: Panasonic Interactive Media
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Website: www.ripcordgames.com
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Space Bunnies Must Die

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SPACE BUNNIES MUST DIE! is a real-time 3-D adventure that pits a rodeo-riding, trash-talking truck stop waitress named Allison against an army of cute, cuddly 200 pound alien death machines. This tongue-in-cheek title created by Jinx is a bizarre twist on the typical 3D action-shooter, combining face-paced action with the style, atmosphere and humor inspired by the classic "B" horror movies of the 1950's.

Allison sets out to rescue her abducted twin sister, only to uncover a much more sinister plot. She must run, jump, swing, climb and shoot her way through hordes of evil bunny minions and crazed mutants. An array of stylish costumes protect her from the arsenal of alien weapons and, in a pinch, she'll break out the tunes and start dancing to soothe the savage beasts then blast 'em while they bust a move. SPACE BUNNIES MUST DIE! is supported by an original soundtrack on MCA/Universal's Hip-O record label.

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