I had honestly never heard of Super Bunny Man until a reader emailed it in but it seems quite popular, one of those games to have a proper laugh with a friend as you fail together.

Currently in Early Access, a Linux version was added up on Steam back in September 2021! Somehow entirely missed here. There's a Very Positive user rating on Steam from over 2,000 people so the developer clearly has something a little bit special here.

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Honestly this looks like a genuinely good time. Think I might have to try it.

Game Features:

Story mode:

Play singleplayer, or get together with a friend (local or online) for some co-op mayhem! 40 challenging levels across 4 different worlds (Forest, snow, cave, beach, and more coming soon!)

Party Mode - Multiplayer for up to 4 players! (Online & Local)

  • Deathmatch: Kick your friends off cliffs, drag them onto spikes, break their necks! (Disclaimer: not recommended for fragile or strained friendships).
  • Basketball: Choose a team, then fight to get the ball into your hoop!
  • Carrot grab : Strap on a jet pack and collect more carrots than the other team!

And more!

  • Controller support for up to 4 players!
  • Physics-based character and world.
  • Mind-blowing 2.5D computer-generated graphical images.
  • Evocative musical soundtrack, with grooves so addictive they've been banned in dance clubs across the world.
  • Unbelievable dance moves.
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