Co-hoperative farming title coming October 19
On one of my frequent circuits of the information superhighway, I came across Reky Studios’ incoming Steam release, Bunhouse, and felt obliged to share it with all of you. It’s been a pretty long week, after all, and we could all use a little of that “Team of Bunnies Maintaining a Greenhouse and Small Ownership Business” vibe this morning.
As you can see from the trailer above, Bunhouse sees players guide a small team of our hippity-hoppity friends as they develop, build, and maintain a greenhouse, caring and nurturing for a bedrock of various plants and flowers, before marketing the more mature plants for profit, which can then be spent on expansions, new plants, and further improvements to your garden of wonder. Thanks to generous Kickstarter backers, Bunhouse hit multiple stretch goals, adding a selection of fun hats, a range of emotive animations, and even a fishing mode to the available activities.
Described by its one-man dev team as a “cute and simple” adventure, Bunhouse has been designed as a stress-free distraction from the hustle and bustle of the everyday world. Players can work on their gardens solo, or team up with friends in relaxing couch co-hop play. There are no enemies, no strict competition, just our furry friends, a pleasant setting, some plants that need watering, and a greenhouse full of possibilities.
Oh, and you can also learn a variety of yoga poses… Look, I didn’t make it… Just go with it.
Bunhouse launches on PC via Steam October 19.