[PlayStation 4] Hidden Bunny Review
Hidden Bunny from DillyFrame Games is a colorful hidden object game on PlayStation 4 available at a budget price. Check our Hidden Bunny review!
Hidden Bunny from DillyFrame Games is a colorful hidden object game on PlayStation 4 available at a budget price. The premise is simple and to the point. You must find all of Bunny’s friends who have decided to hide within a small location that is easy to explore. Once you find all of the bunnies, you’ll then get a chance to find another type of collectible. After finding all bunnies, just go back to the main menu and choose the next collectible you’ll have to find.
Because of this, the controls are simple and to the point. You will move a cursor around the screen with the left analog stick as you use it to click on all collectibles by pressing the X button. If you need to get a closer look at a particular spot, you can zoom in by pressing up on the right analog stick, and then zoom out as needed by pressing down on the right analog stick. Do know that the camera might sometimes not move if it’s right next to an object – say, a tree – but this can be quickly fixed by zooming in and out so that the camera does not collide with said object.
Hidden Bunny has a full trophy list, and it’s a long one! There are 24 Bronze trophies, 20 Silver trophies, and a lone Gold trophy. As long as you find all 45 bunnies in the location you’ll be exploring, you’ll have a new Platinum trophy in your collection I no time. Having said that, if you feel that you might need some extra help, you can check out this Hidden Bunny Trophy Guide.
Hidden Bunny offers a colorful budget hidden object release in which your first goal will be to find 45 bunnies that are hidden around the area. Some will be out in the open. Others will be hiding behind an object. Some will be presented as statues that you need to click on. And once you find all bunnies, you can do it all over again while looking for a new type of collectible. Hidden Bunny is out on PlayStation 4 at a $0.99 asking price.
This Hidden Bunny review is based on a PlayStation 4 copy provided by DillyFrame Games.