Bunny Parking from DillyFrame Games is a 3D puzzle game in which you must kick cars to move one car from one side to the other. Check our Bunny Parking review!
Bunny Parking from DillyFrame Games is a 3D puzzle game in which you must kick cars to move one car from one side to the other. It’s a sliding puzzle game in which you’ll kick cars instead of sliding blocks around. The puzzles are split into three different difficulty settings so that players of all skill levels can have a shot at playing through all stages. Just walk and jump over to the parking lot, kick it open, and move the red car with the rabbit ears so that it can move through the parking lot and reach the exit.
You’ll control your bunny with the left analog stick as you move the camera around with the right one. You can run by pressing and holding down the L2 button, and you can also select in the options menu to have your bunny always running around. The X button is for jumping, and the Square button is for kicking around the cars so that you can complete each puzzle. The D-Pad can be used to activate some dances for your bunny.
Along with taking on the many puzzles that Bunny Parking has to offer, there are also miscellaneous activities to complete on your own or along with a local co-op partner. These include jumping between two trampolines, playing a game of soccer to try and outscoring your opponent, kicking around some chickens, destroying a ton of carrots by kicking them, swimming around the main square, riding on top of cars, or taking a short boat trip.
As expected, these miscellaneous activities are tied to the trophies you can unlock in Bunny Parking. The game has a full trophy list with a Platinum trophy, split into 8 Bronze trophies, 4 Silver trophies, and 8 Gold trophies. There’s also some free DLC that adds three extra Bronze trophies. Two of those extra trophies are tied to obtaining 5 and 15 parking tickets, which are awarded as you complete the many puzzle levels you can play. The other one requires that you approach the carrot field while dressed up as a gardener. There’s a trio of trophy for completing the day one puzzle in each of the three difficulty settings. There’s a trophy for kicking 100 cars… and then there’s a trophy for kicking 1,000 cars. That is probably going to be the last trophy you’ll get since it will require a couple of hours of grinding through puzzle after puzzle to finally kick that many vehicles.
The parking tickets that you collect as you complete the puzzle levels can be used to customize the look of your bunny. You can change its color, add accessories such as a top hat, boxing gloves, slippers, small glasses, or a wig, or change into entire new outfits that will make you look like a deer, a zombie, a farmer, or a bunny with a Circle, Square, or Triangle face, to name some examples. Each of these options will be split into five different ticket groups so that you know how much each purchase will cost you, going from zero tickets all the way up to ten.
If you like 3D sliding puzzles, then Bunny Parking is another option on PlayStation 4. It features a bunny character – as has been the case for other releases from DillyFrame games – as well as miscellaneous activities on top of having to complete the puzzles by moving the red rabbit car from point A to point B. Bunny Parking is out on PlayStation 4 with a $5.99 asking price.
This Bunny Parking review is based on a PlayStation 4 copy provided by DillyFrame Games.