MONTREAL--(BUSINESS WIRE)--These aren’t the bunnies you’re looking for! Developed single-handedly by tower defense aficionado Dominic Hamelin-Blais, Bunnies’ Empire for iOS and Android has players take control of an army of bunnies with a very special set of skills to defeat the cunning Fox Clan. The future of the Bunnies’ Empire (and its vegetable garden!) is at stake in this hand-crafted strategy game for Android and iOS.
Bunnies’ Empire is a fast-paced, beautifully drawn tower defense game with 12 upgradeable units and more than 90 levels spread across 4 distinct environments. Relying heavily on strategy and resource management, Bunnies’ Empire has players assemble a team of highly skilled bunny operatives to defend their garden from wave after wave of enemy incursions. Starting with carrot plants (used to summon each individual unit), the goal is to build a sturdy defense able to handle progressively more challenging attacks – including last-resort measures such as the Explosive, Berserk, and Armor special skills. If a single unit of the Fox Clan sets foot on the garden, it’s Game Over.
“I’ve always felt that tower defense games would benefit from shorter levels and a more action-packed approach to combat,” says Dominic Hamelin-Blais, creator of Bunnies’ Empire. “Once I realized that the game I wanted to play didn’t exist, making that game myself was the logical conclusion. Bunnies’ Empire brings a new level of polish to tower defense with a well-rounded mix of top-notch character design, atmospheric music, and all sorts of crazy special skills. Don’t let the Foxes get through!”
- Bright, beautiful graphics
- Easy to learn, but hard to master
- Unlock up to 12 unique characters—each with special abilities
- Detailed world map with tons of variety
- Awesome music by Jose Antonini—composer of Kingdom Rush
- Quick bursts, where each round only lasts a few minutes
- Game Center Achievements
Bunnies’ Empire is free to download and play. Players can earn coins in-game to upgrade their units by winning battles or purchasing coins from the store. A “Coin Doubler” is also available for a one-time purchase of $2.75.
About Dominic Hamelin-Blais
Dominic Hamelin-Blais is a passionate indie developer with 10 years of experience making games. A programmer at Roofdog Games and EA Mobile, Dominic spends every spare moment working on his own creations. An avid RTS/strategy fan since childhood, Dominic has spent countless hours playing Warcraft II, Command & Conquer, StarCraft, Final Fantasy Tactics, and Age of Empires. His latest game, Bunnies’ Empire, is a clever homage to the strategy genre. For more information on Bunnies’ Empire and Dominic Hamelin-Blais, please visit http://bunniesempire.com/