Cat_In_RV | Added on: April 1, 2013
This game started out just fine. All the little bunnies are playing tricks on dear old Dad. They have hidden things he needs to set the table and decorate the house for Easter. There are a few hidden object scenes where you have to find the little bunnies (and they are pretty well hidden), but mostly it's a match three game. The match-3s started out all right. There are things like packages in the way or eggs to paint, and for those you have to match scissors (to cut the string on the packages) or paint brushes until you accumulate enough to use these items to help clear the board. But long about level 30 there appeared squares that you could not clear with matches or any tools at your disposal. This forces you to just keep matching, even though the rest of the board may be clear, until a bomb comes along in just the right place to blow those blocked squares. Sometimes that takes upwards of 15 minutes which gets really boring really quickly. I don't know what the developers had in mind, but in my opinion it ruins an otherwise cute game. And don't tell me little kids are going to be patient enough to wait until they get a bomb in the right place. Sorry: This was a great idea for an Easter game, but the developers shot themselves in the foot with this one.