This is a simple 16-stage retro level escape platforming game where your goal is to eat all the carrots on each stage.
Hop left and right as needed to make your way across the stage.
Eat all the carrots.
Do not fall off platform.
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Bouncing Bunny Game for Kids Video Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Collect all the carrots on each stage to make it to the next stage, but don’t fall off platform!
Starting the Game
Select anywhere on the game welcome screen to go to the level select screen.
Initially only the first level is available.
You unlock a level each time you beat one.
Your web browser automatically saves your game progress.
To move left or right you can use your mouse or the keyboard keys.
Tap the left arrow key to move left & tap the right arrow key to move right.
Tap on the left side of the screen with your mouse left click button to move left & tap on the right side of the screen to move right.
Press the down arrow key to stop flying after eating a beet red carrot.
Tap the left side of the screen to jump left & tap the right side of the screen to jump right.
Controls & indicators
In the upper right corner there are 4 buttons: sound control, level select, restart level, and go to game welcome page.
This game has 16 levels. Each level has a unique design & they tend to get more challenging as you progress through the game (though level 16 is super easy).
In early levels you have to jump over gaps in platforms. Two other wrinkles are added to the game in levels 6 and 11.
Red box platforms first appear in level 6. They can be stood on, but they quickly disappear, forcing you have to jump off them almost instantly.
Beet red carrots first appear in level 11. When you eat one of them you fly in a straight horizontal line toward the other side of the screen until either you run into something, go off screen, or press the down arrow key to stop the flight.
Levels are beat as soon as you eat the last carrot on them, even if the path you were on to do so would have you plunge off platform.
Whenever you move left or right you do so by bouncing.
The longer you hold in the mouse left click button, tap an arrow key, or press a touch screen the further you will jump.
To prevent falling off platform on some of the longer jumps it helps to do a number of small jumps to get where you are barely standing on the edge of a platform and then do a full jump from there.
When dealing with the red blocks be sure to stay in constant motion and work the path in such a way that you do not get stuck trying to jump over a wall that you left behind by only working on one part of the blocks.
You die if you fall off platform.
This game offers unlimited continues.
The game is suited for players who like pixelated platformer games.
The game has no adult themed content.
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Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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