If your child is begging you for a bunny, you may want to consider giving him or her this new Petz Bunnyz Bunch DS game by Ubisoft instead. Right in time for Easter, this new game captured the heart of my 7 year old son and I did not have to worry about cleaning up messes or allergy symptoms. He definitely inherited his parents' love for animals and the Petz games for his Nintendo DSi really allow him to experience different types of pets beyond our real life pets. In fact, our son enjoyed this game so much that he just purchased the Petz Horsez Family DS game with his own money. To me, that is the ultimate testament to how much he loved this Bunnyz Bunch game.
Our son's thoughts about the Petz Bunnyz Bunch game . . .
"I like the game a lot. Sometimes when I pet the bunny, he falls on his side and then stretches like a cat. I hadn't noticed that you could brush the bunny until I got my third bunny. I remember his name . . . it's Jr. Rex."
"A new bunny arrived at the adoption center. He has fur around his neck like a lion, but only under his ears. Cute, my first bunny, was the first to play the music mini game and he is still at the top of the score list. This is how you play the game: First the bunny makes a beat. Then you try to copy it. If you don't, you get an 'X' on the instrument mark. If you get it right, you get green circles around the instrument marks. In easy mode, if you get all three rhythms right, you get 181 coins."
"If you want to shop, you have to earn coins in mini games. I was able to get the same shelves, but with a green outline and a TV stand just like the shelves. These things are in the left side of my house in the family room. I can buy furniture, toys, food, and soap. In this picture of my bunny eating, his second favorite food is carrots. She is a new bunny and I haven't found out her first favorite food yet."
"I love the game because the bunnies are really really cute. I just bought another Petz game for horses. I don't know how you wash a horse. I'll find out in my new game. I hope I like it as much as this one."
You can purchase Petz Bunnyz Bunch, which retails for $29.99, at most major retailers of Nintendo DS games, including Amazon.com and Toys "R" Us.
Thank you to Ubisoft for providing a complimentary product sample for us to base this review upon. This article was written as part of a campaign for the Clever Girls Collective. While Ubisoft provided me with this game to review, the opinions I've expressed here are solely my own and represent my honest viewpoint. Ubisoft, Clever Girls Collective and I promote Blog With Integrity.
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