Bunny Memory from DillyFrame Games has you flipping cards to find pairs and help the rabbit recover its memories. Check our Bunny Memory review!
Bunny Memory from DillyFrame Games has you flipping cards to find pairs and help the rabbit recover its memories. You’ll do this by collecting memory points by completing as many pairs as you need to collect the 21 memories – and one hidden memory. You can take on games with cards laid out in 2×2, 4×4, 6×5, 8×8, and 10×10 patterns and select if you’ll be matching numbers, letters, or images.
This is an easy one to play. You’ll control your bunny with the left analog stick, rotating the camera around as needed with the right one. The rabbit can jump with the X button while turning cards with the Square button. If you find two cards to form a pair, the cards will be removed from play, and you will get some memory points.
As for the trophies, the game has a full list with 2 Bronze trophies, 4 Silver trophies, and 10 Gold trophies, which means that by the end, you’ll have a new Platinum trophy for your collection. The trophies will unlock as you unlock one memory, unlock all memories, unlock the secret memory, collect 10, 50, and 100 memory points, making 50, 100, and 150 mismatches, complete a layout in 2 seconds or less, complete a layout of each card type in a single game session, and complete a layout of each type – 2×2, 4×4, 6×6, 8×8, and 10×10.
And if you want to speed things up, you can check out the trophy guide below:
Bunny Memory is a new take on the “flip cards over to try and match pairs” game of memory, and its budget release at only $2.99. It has easy controls, a Platinum trophy to unlock, and lots of replay value since you can play each puzzle size and theme. You can play this one on you own, orr use the local co-op for two players to take on the puzzles.
This Bunny Memory review is based on a PlayStation 4 copy provided by DillyFrame Games.