Gunny Bunny

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Gunny Bunny Instructions

Gunny Bunny is controlled by using the mouse and the keyboard. Use the mouse to aim and shoot. The D key is used to shoot your second weapon and the W key is used to take items.

Gunny Bunny Walkthrough

Gunny Bunny is a high-paced shooting game. Gunny Bunny features three-dimensional graphics, a variety of weapons, and wacky, action-packed gameplay!

The goal of Gunny Bunny is to massacre as many enemies as possible before losing your lives. This shooting game starts you off with three lives. If you need more lives, you can collect carrots to increase your life count. When all lives are lost, the game is over. There are no save games or checkpoints in this shooting game, so if you die, you will have to start over from the beginning.

Gunny Bunny uses an simple but innovative control scheme. Your character dual-wields weapons in this shooting game. Use the mouse to aim. To shoot the right gun, click the left mouse button; to shoot the left gun, press the D key. The queue of weapons for each side is displayed to the left and right sides of the screen respectively. To collect items, press the W key while hovering your mouse over the item. Moving your mouse left or right while picking up a weapon will place it in the weapon queue of that side.

In order to maintain your firepower, it is a good idea to make sure that both weapon queues are even. Unfortunately, weapons do not have an ammunition count in this shooting game. When a weapon's ammunition is expended, you will throw the weapon (thrown weapons are capable of dealing massive damage to rows of enemies!) and switch to the next weapon in queue. Try to use both weapons equally in Gunny Bunny to keep up a steady stream of firepower against your enemies.

Gunny Bunny is a fast-paced, action-packed shooting game. This shooting game may throw enemies at you too fast at first, but after learning the system and playing a few games, you'll eventually get the hang of it. Gunny Bunny isn't coming with a basket full of eggs and chocolate; he's bringing the pain!