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Boo Bunny Plague is out on Steam, features a singing robotic toy bunny who uses guitars as weapons


Players can now fight the ultimate villain of the known universe in the outlandish musical melee Boo Bunny Plague,the latest genre-bending title from On The Level Game Studios. Boo Bunny Plague is now available on PC for $4.99 on Steam:

The deluxe edition is $5.99 and includes a killer original soundtrack with 31 unique tracks, and a bonus digital comic book produced by DC Entertainment, home to DC Comics. To celebrate the launch, both the standard edition and the deluxe edition are available at a 25% off discount this week only. The digital comic offered in the deluxe edition is drawn and inked by Jon Sommariva, known in the online art community as Red-J. The comic is written by Tim Seeley, best known for his critically acclaimed series Hack/Slash.

In Boo Bunny Plague, players follow a six-foot-tall robotic toy bunny named Bunny who goes berserk when a disgruntled factory worker uploads a virus from a TI-82 calculator. What ensues is a ridiculous adventure through space and time, all while Bunny brandishes different guitars as his only weapons. Players can expect to be serenaded and/or bewildered as they experience the story through various musical interludes.

Boo Bunny Plague is brought to you by On The Level Game Studios, creators of 2013’s survival horror golf game Curse of the Nordic Cove.