Cute Honey: Bunny Girl is a lewd tower-defense game about a succubus that falls in love with her prey.
No. Woot! Woot!
Foreword: published December 28th, 2021
For the purposes of this review, I will only be discussing the patched game.
Gameplay: published December 28th, 2021 (2/5★)
Mechanically speaking, Cute Honey: Bunny Girl is a tower-defense game. The goal of each level is to inflict lethal damage to a succubus before she reaches the end of the stage. At your disposal are a variety of “props”, which offer a blend of damage dealing and stun-based effects. Props have reduced effectiveness when she “detects” them, encouraging crafty placement. Without a guide, you can expect to smash the “reset” button as you learn the solution of each level through trial and error. Due to the game’s small margin of error, I’m more comfortable calling Cute Honey: Bunny Girl a puzzle game.
Sexual Content: published December 28th, 2021 (4/5★)
There are ten animated, somewhat interactive CGs. Each animation focuses on Elise, the main protagonist in her human and succubus forms. The artwork is wonderful, and the animations are decent. There’s a lot of jiggly bits that shouldn’t jiggle, but the jiggly bits that should jiggle are sure to make you hard (or wet, either/or). The interactivity is weak — you may “grab” Elise’s breasts (dragging them about) or mash the “Space” key to progress the scenes. In some scenes, clothing may be individually toggled. There’s also a “climax” button, which will play an squirt or cumshot. Cum effects stick around, allowing you repeat animations with cum-covered lips and wet bedsheets!
Story: published December 28th, 2021 (3/5★)
There’s a surprising amount of lore in this game! There’s more lore than the game can support — without reading the blurb on the store page, you’ll probably be confused.
Elise is a succubus. Her kind was banished to the underworld long ago, but she managed to escape into the human world. While hunting for people to prey upon, she meets her match — entranced by a human singer, she struggles between opening her heart to a human’s love and her distrust of the mankind.
Sound: published December 28th, 2021 (1/5★)
There seems to be only one track. By the time I figured out how to play the game, I was sick of the stock music. The sounds of sex are alright, but I couldn’t understand a word that was said. Thankfully, there’s subtitles.
Visuals: published December 28th, 2021 (3/5★)
The game looks okay, but there’s something about the models that makes the game seem a little stock. The models differ in quality, in some cases taking on a low-poly style far-removed from Elise’s body. Dialogue is conveyed by a tiny text box, and it’s unskippable — if you want to jump into a level, you’re stuck mashing the mouse button. I wish dialogue were delivered via a full-screen visual-novel interface. Cute girl went through the effort to produce a 3D model of Elise, it’s silly not to use it as a visual tool for dialogue!
Verdict: published December 28th, 2021 (2.5/5★)
Wow, what a terrible game. The gameplay is slow and confusing. The hentai is pretty good, but it’s not worth the frustration. Cute Honey: Bunny Girl looks and plays like a tower-defense game, but it’s more akin to a puzzle game; if you don’t select the correct “props” and arrange them in one of few correct positions, you’ll absolutely lose. Sometimes, even if you produce the correct set-up, RNG will seemingly kick-in and force you to restart. There’s no room for error, no tutorial and no adjustable difficulty. Half way through the game, I had enough and started skipping levels. If you’re able to pick up Cute Honey: Bunny Girl during as steep sale, you may enjoy the game for the hentai alone. Otherwise, if you’re interested in gameplay, wait for a major rebalance.