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Bayla Bunny: 3D Coin Collectathon With No Carrots in Sight

In a world full of pushy porcupines, evil mushrooms, and dancing fireballs, the average person would probably conclude one of two things. 1) They are an Italian plumber on a mission to save a princess, or 2) They have a very active imagination. Today, family-friendly games developer and publisher EnsenaSoft presents players with third option: Bayla Bunny, an energetic and exhilarating 3D platformer starring a rabbit protagonist.

baylaBayla’s journey begins when she locates a book full of maps that detail the whereabouts of secret treasures, prompting her to set out and find them. Bayla Bunny challenges players with guiding Bayla through 27 different courses of bunny-hopping action, which are scaffolded by coin collection and the discovery of hidden keys. A slew of different enemies keep players on their feet as they work their way through each level, including rowdy raccoons, raging bulls, and speedy cannonballs. A family-friendly game, Bayla Bunny is said to be suitable for people of all ages and promises addictive, 3D gameplay with a simple tilt-screen mechanic that governs Bayla’s movement.

EnsenaSoft is a Mexico-based company committed to making fun and well-designed games for children, which also encourage a spirit of learning. They believe that developing innovative experiences with high-quality graphics and wonderful music and sound effects are the key to make children want to play more-and therefore learn more.

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Bayla Bunny is now available from the App Store and via Amazon for Android phone users absolutely free. It is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, but is optimized for use with iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 plus. Those who are interested in learning more about Bayla Bunny and EnsenaSoft’s other products can check out their official website, follow them on Twitter, and like them on Facebook.



A keen retrogamer who grew up playing classics like Prince of Persia, Aladdin, and Diddy Kong Racing, Katrina believes that digital games are not just fun, but a great way to learn. These days she enjoys studying Japanese language acquisition, and designing her own games.