A downloadable game for Windows, macOS, and Linux
Carve the slopes of the Bunny Hill at a bone shattering break neck pace to overcome your cute animal competition in this fast paced skiing game! Choose from a cast of 8 unique characters to secure your shot at the crown. Dodge bushes, jump hoops, and tag flags to reach speeds unimaginable.
- 12 playable characters to get to know
- 4 unique themed courses, each with random generation, and length control
- Simple mechanics to pick up with depth and replayability, such as: speed multipliers that scale your speed infinitely, and unique obstacle interactions that can make or break your line!
- Time Trial Mode with set maps to speedrun
- Up to 4 Player local Co-Op with full controller support
- An awesome soundtrack by Gupi that gets right into the action!
- Domination of the competition in the form of high octane execution of your skiing prowess
Is Here, Check out the Update Trailer below!
- 4 new Unlockable Characters
- 15 new In Game Achievements to collect
- 2 new Courses, the Lava Pass and Lush Jungle!
- 6 new tracks in the Original Soundtrack by Gupi!
- Time Trial mode with unique set maps to speedrun
- Tons of small quality of life updates!
We hope you Enjoy! Let us know what you think!
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $7.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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Hey would you also be interested in releasing this game on Zoom Platform?
It's a DRM Free store like GOG and itch.io that has old and new PC games. They have a discord as well as email address you can contact them.
This would fit perfect on there especially since it has local multiplayer.
OMG this game looks like so much fun. By any chance, on Windows, is this an x86 executable, or is it a 64bit game?
I only ask since I have an ARM device, and would love to support your work, but 64bit games run terrible on my computer (even games that are not graphically busy)
Other than that, props to for your hard work :)
At the time of your comment, there was no x86 version, but I have now uploaded one! its is labeled BunnyHill_Windows32bit and was built using the x86 architecture, as opposed to the other x86_64. I'm not too knowledgeable about this, so let me know which one works best!
Thank you for the kind words and if there are any problems let me know!