DescriptionIn this 3rd person, Tomb Raider-esque action game, you take on the role of Allison Huxter, a truck-stop waitress who must save her kidnapped sister from the clutches of the evil Space Bunnies. Along the way you'll discover the Bunnies' plans and stop them to save the earth.
Gameplay involves Allison running about, climbing on things, hopping from various ledges, and shooting whatever stands in her way. An odd new feature in the genre is the ability to dance, which entices your opponents to do the same and let their guard down.
Space Bunnies Must Die takes a whimsical perspective on the whole Lara Croft-inspired genre, with its white trash humor, goofy designs, and silly objects.
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|PC Joker||Dec, 1998||80 out of 100||80|
|Game Over Online||Nov 01, 1998||68 out of 100||68|
|IGN||Dec 09, 1998||6.5 out of 10||65|
|Power Play||Dec, 1998||62 out of 100||62|
|GameSpot||Nov 16, 1998||5.7 out of 10||57|
|PC Accelerator||Jan, 1999||4 out of 10||40|
|Adrenaline Vault, The (AVault)||Dec 01, 1998||30|
|Computer Games Magazine||Nov 13, 1998||30|
|PC Gamer||Feb, 1999||23 out of 100||23|
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TriviaThe Space Bunnies Soundtrack is actually pretty good. Unfortunately, the quality of the audio on the game disc is quite poor and very difficult to extract. If you can't find the official soundtrack CD and want to mix your own, the full track listing is:
01 - Point Panic - The Surfaris
02 - Deja Varoom - Southern Culture on the Skids
03 - Mister Psycho - Space
04 - These Boots Are Made for Walkin' - Nancy Sinatra (singer)/Lee Hazlewood (composer)
05 - In Your Wildest Dreams - The Reverend Horton Heat
06 - My Girlfriend Is a Waitress - The Iguanas
07 - Rave On - Buddy Holly
08 - Who Do You Love? - Bo Diddley
09 - I'm a King Bee - Slim Harpo
10 - Next Door to the Blues - Etta James
11 - Bold Soul Sister - Ike & Tina Turner
12 - Born to Be Wild - Steppenwolf
Related Web Sites
- Space Bunnies Must Die! (official website)
- Phil Dirt - Reverb Central (Check out Phil Dirt's review of the Space Bunnies Must Die soundtrack CD.)