This Adorable Bunny Game Is Going Viral Ahead Of Its Release
It’s rare for indie games to get as much attention as Bunhouse before release but Reky Studios has shown they can personally program that aww-worthy exception. It was fully funded in five days on Kickstarter while raising $36,691 and now it’s going viral on Twitter once more ahead of its release.
Bunhouse is a cute couch co-op greenhouse management where players get to play as the bunnies themselves! It has an Animal Crossing vibe with even more adorable added on top and looks like it will be a great game for casual gamers and management moguls alike. It features local co-hop (get it?) play and it will be possible to play with friends online through Steam’s plat together feature.
A Tweet promoting the game has already received over 29.8k retweets, 1.6k comments, and a whopping 61k likes. With its immense popularity, we reached out to talk with Patrick Gauthier, the sole developer at Reky Studios, to talk about the game, its creation, and more.
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The story behind the creation of Bunhouse is almost as adorable as the game itself. Gauthier told us about how it started as a passion project for his wife.
After his wife caught him creating the game, Gauthier decided to try and bring the game to Kickstarter for everyone to enjoy. From there, it quickly became something more than he ever could have imagined.
So how does Gauthier feel about their new full-time developing gig?
Bunhouse will be available on Steam on October 18th with a Nintendo Switch version planned to come out sometime next year. You can wishlist the game here.