Barry the Bunny is a colourful platformer with an 8-bit pixel aesthetic. You take the role of Barry the bunny. He loves carrots like any other rabbit , but Barry also likes to build bridges. He must build them all in order for the other bunnies to return home. You'll do this by collecting enough wood, whilst punching enemies, hoping across obstacles and throwing objects.
It's a very basic platformer. It offers nothing fresh to the genre, but if your looking for a casual 2d platformer with easy achievements, then Barry the Bunny might be something to hop onto. As expected, levels do become a bit more challenging as you progress. You'll be jumping across moving platforms, fending off various critters as you go. Throughout the levels are carrots and hammers to collect, which are used as your weapons.
Anyone looking for easy achievements will find Bunny the Barry well worth a play. Yet, it offers nothing refreshing or new to the genre, so expect a very basic platforming.
Visually, the 8-bit aesthetics are colourful. The mechanics are what yo would expect too. It does the job, and just responsive enough. Yet, it still has some fiddly moments, which can make going up ladders a pain at times.