Metascore
54

Mixed or average reviews - based on 19 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 19
  2. Negative: 8 out of 19
  1. 65
    Its real failing, though, is that it is difficult to a fault, and again, in solo play, a lot of victories or losses will be chalked up to chance. If you put a lot of stock into multiplayer, though, you could do a whole lot worse than boogying with these bunnies.
  2. Boogie Bunnies is a pretty good Live Arcade title for fans of games like Bejeweled and Hexic who aren't necessarily looking for anything new. The problem with this game really comes in when veterans of these puzzlers realize that this game is almost a clone of these previous titles.
  3. The whole experience just wasn’t very addictive and the super cute look and concept was just too much for me to stomach.
  4. Poor graphics, poor gameplay, poor everything.
  5. The biggest problem with the game is that it's simple but devoid of real depth. Without the challenge of precision-aiming, it becomes easy to blunder through levels without much planning and the experience is shallow and repetitive for it.
  6. An easy, cheerful way to burn through about half-an-hour of life.
  7. 45
    Boogie Bunnies isn't so much bad as it is unimaginative, derivative, and just plain boring.
  8. Yeah, it's cute. But damn, it's boring! It's not an original concept, the perspective is confusing and making combos doesn't help you.
  9. The downside of Boogie Bunnies comes only from the vast number of titles it’s up against. [Apr 2008, p.117]
  10. Boogie Bunnies is a fun, albeit shallow little puzzle game.
  11. Boogie Bunnies doesn’t stand out next to the best puzzlers on Live Arcade - Bejeweled, Puzzle Fighter, Zuma, etc. - but it is a solid title with something to offer.
  12. Boogie Bunnies is cute, exciting and a lot of fun ... for a few minutes. Unfortunately the shallow gameplay and boring levels keep this adorable game from being more than a silly time waster.
  13. 41
    Boogie Bunnies is neither cheap nor is it fun. It’s boring and unexciting gaming at its finest and should only be experienced by those so addicted to puzzle games that they’ve burned through everything else that’s out there.
  14. Well made and fun for kids newcomers, Boogie Bunnies still sadly amounts to little more than a handy Puzzle Bobble clone for Live Arcade – one that will ultimately be superseded when Taito decides to make the most of its own franchise.
  15. The two-player co-op game makes for mild (offline) fun, but the too-short music loops will drive you crazy and your teeth will hurt from the sugar content. The game’s biggest sin? These Bunnies are boring.
  16. Compared to the heavyweights on the scene like Puzzle Quest and Zuma, Boogie Bunnies is nothing more a crisp packet fluttering past in the breeze, temporarily catching your attention as it twists past your face with its trumpet blasts of cute noise and Haribo colour before it disappears forever, lost down the back of the Xbox Live Arcade sofa to hang out with Word Puzzle.
  17. Despite a few bungled dance steps here and there, Boogie Bunnies is still a strangely addictive experience. The game’s cutesy exterior may require the player to take a shot of insulin before playing, but the gameplay is hard to walk away from.
  18. At 800 points, there are at least three or four puzzlers on Live that should definitely precede this. [Issue#30, p.120]
  19. It's one of the pooer clones of the "Snood" formula, but at least it doesn't lack charm or character. [Apr 2008, p.96]
User Score
6.0

Mixed or average reviews- based on 10 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 3
  2. Negative: 0 out of 3
  1. Feb 8, 2011
    8
    I'm giving this a decently high review because I bought this when it first came out, and it is the only game my girlfriend will sit and playI'm giving this a decently high review because I bought this when it first came out, and it is the only game my girlfriend will sit and play with me on a regular basis. She loves the colors, the dancing, the cuteness, the bunnies... everyone talks about how there are better puzzle games out there and this may be true... but this game has a cute personality that none of those games come close to... (this is not Halo or GTA) for what this game is trying to be is is surprisingly addictive once you get the hang of it and dare I say freaking adorable... And the girlfriend keeps hounding me for a sequel... which sadly will probably never come...

    the bunnies also continue to change into strange outfits the more you play
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  2. JohnM
    Mar 26, 2008
    5
    the annoying music, its surprisingly hard, and the angle its all shot at makes it hard to see, it coulda been alot better if they swapped thethe annoying music, its surprisingly hard, and the angle its all shot at makes it hard to see, it coulda been alot better if they swapped the bunnies for gems or something else overall the game ruins itself by being overtop cute and stupid camera and graphics, buy zuma instead or wait for peggle, both are much better xbla games that deserve your money, especial peggle! Full Review »
  3. AndrewC.
    Jan 16, 2008
    7
    Boogie Bunnies is a solid match-3 game that's suprisingly fun. It's cute and fun to play. It's not perfect, but it's one Boogie Bunnies is a solid match-3 game that's suprisingly fun. It's cute and fun to play. It's not perfect, but it's one of the better XBoxLive games that I've bought. Full Review »